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Impact Analysis of the Common Agricultural Policy Changes in Italy: a Two Sectors Input-output and Micro-econometric Modelling Approach

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  • Edoardo Pizzoli
  • Giuseppe Lecardane
  • Domenico Ciaccia

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  • Edoardo Pizzoli & Giuseppe Lecardane & Domenico Ciaccia, 2006. "Impact Analysis of the Common Agricultural Policy Changes in Italy: a Two Sectors Input-output and Micro-econometric Modelling Approach," EcoMod2006 272100070, EcoMod.
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