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Land Economics publishes papers related to the economics of natural and environmental resources, emphasizing conceptual and/or empirical work with direct relevance for public policy. Founded in 1925 as the Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics, the publication features research related to environmental quality, natural resources, housing, urban and rural land use, transportation, and other areas in both developed and developing country contexts.
published byUniversity of Wisconsin Press
viewing issueVolume 96, Number 2, May 2020
Table of Contents
- Crop Yield and Democracy
- pp. 265-290
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