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Citizens’ Preferences over Nuclear and Renewable Energy Sources: Evidence from Turkey


  • Pinar Ertor Akyazi
  • Fikret Adaman
  • Begum Ozkaynak
  • Unal Zenginobuz


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  • Pinar Ertor Akyazi & Fikret Adaman & Begum Ozkaynak & Unal Zenginobuz, 2012. "Citizens’ Preferences over Nuclear and Renewable Energy Sources: Evidence from Turkey," Working Papers 2012/01, Bogazici University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:bou:wpaper:2012/01

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