Functional Forms, Sampling Considerations, and Estimation of Demand for Protected Natural Areas: The CÌes Islands Case Study in Galicia (Spain)
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KeywordsTravel Cost Method; Endogeneous Stratification; Truncation; Demand specification; Hurdle models;
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