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Endogeneity of acreage choices in input allocation equations: implied problems and a solution

By Elodie Letort and Alain Carpentier


Replaced with revised version of paper 07/10/09.input allocation, multi-output econometric model, control function approach, Crop Production/Industries, Production Economics,

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