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Economic Evaluation with Hormetic, Hockey-Stick, and Linear Response Functions: An Application to Radon in Drinking Water


  • Hammitt, James K.


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  • Hammitt, James K., 2010. "Economic Evaluation with Hormetic, Hockey-Stick, and Linear Response Functions: An Application to Radon in Drinking Water," TSE Working Papers 10-267, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE).
  • Handle: RePEc:tse:wpaper:25456

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