'Direct and Indirect Shadow Price Estimates of Nitrate Pollution Treated as an Undesirable Output and Input', Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics Vol. 27, No. 2 (December 2002) pp: 420-432
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KeywordsDirect and indirect approaches; disposability; nitrogen pollution; nonparametric programming; shadow price;
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