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Irrigation Water Rate Reform And Endogenous Technological Change

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  • Schuck, Eric C.
  • Green, Gareth P.
  • Sunding, David L.

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  • Schuck, Eric C. & Green, Gareth P. & Sunding, David L., 2000. "Irrigation Water Rate Reform And Endogenous Technological Change," 2000 Annual Meeting, June 29-July 1, 2000, Vancouver, British Columbia 36463, Western Agricultural Economics Association.
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