Willingness to Pay for Nontraditional Attributes Among Participants of a Long-Distance Running Race
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- Magnus Söderberg, 2012. "Willingness to pay for non-traditional attributes among participants of a long-distance running race," Post-Print hal-00869785, HAL.
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