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Spanish Household Demand for Seafood Products


  • Jensen, Helen H.
  • Manrique, J.


J. Manrique and H.H. Jensen. Spanish Household Demand for Seafood Products. J. of Agricultural Economics 52 (3, September 2001): 23-37.

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  • Jensen, Helen H. & Manrique, J., 2001. "Spanish Household Demand for Seafood Products," Staff General Research Papers Archive 10439, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:isu:genres:10439

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