Administrative and transaction-related costs of subsidising agriculture
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- Katherine Falconer & Pierre Dupraz & Martin Whitby, 2001.
"An Investigation of Policy Administrative Costs Using Panel Data for the English Environmentally Sensitive Areas,"
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KeywordsAgricultural and Food Policy; Agricultural Finance; Research Methods/ Statistical Methods;
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