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Review of Methods Used to Evaluate Returns to Agricultural Research

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  • Norton, George W.
  • Davis, Jeffrey S.

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  • Norton, George W. & Davis, Jeffrey S., 1981. "Review of Methods Used to Evaluate Returns to Agricultural Research," Evaluation of Agricultural Research, Proceedings of a Workshop, Minneapolis, MN, May 12-13, 1980, Miscellaneous Publication 8 49016, University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.
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