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Private R&D Investments in Agriculture: The Role of Incentives, Public Policies, and Institutions

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  • Huffman, Wallace
  • Alfranca, O.

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Huffman, W.E. and O. Alfranca. モPrivate R&D Investments in Agriculture: The Role of Incentives, Public Policies, and Institutions,ヤ Econ. Dev. & Cult. Change forthcoming.

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  • Huffman, Wallace & Alfranca, O., 2003. "Private R&D Investments in Agriculture: The Role of Incentives, Public Policies, and Institutions," Staff General Research Papers Archive 10427, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
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