Estimating the Economic Benefits of Arsenic Removal in India: A Case Study from West Bengal
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- Joyashree Roy, "undated". "Estimating the Economic Benefits of Arsenic Removal in India: A Case Study from West Bengal," Working papers 15, The South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics.
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- Alam, M. Shahe & Islam, M. A., 2011. "Assessing The Effect Of Arsenic Contamination On Modern Rice Production: Evidences From A Farm Level Study," Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Economics, Bangladesh Agricultural University, vol. 34(1-2).
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Keywordswest bengal; water; environment; medical expenditure; welfare gain; case study; geological; Bangladesh; market goods; consumable; arsenic; households; health effects; family members; districts; contaminated;
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