Realizing Efficient Use And Conservation Of Land Under Private Ownership: A Rebutment To Nobel Economics Laureate Theodore W. Schultz
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- Jian-Ming Zhou, 2001. "Sustainable Development in Asia, America and Europe with Global Applications," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 1637.
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- Zhou, Jian-Ming, 2003. "Proposals For The Eu On The 'Mid-Term Review Of Cap Of Agenda 2000' With Emphasis On The Environmental Protection," Miscellaneous Papers 11844, Agecon Search.
- Jian-Ming Zhou, 2003. "How to Achieve Efficient Land Use under Private Land Ownership - Overcoming a Global Obstacle Overlooked by Theodore W. Schultz and Albert O. Hirschman (?)," ERSA conference papers ersa03p134, European Regional Science Association.
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