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DID THE GREAT RECESSION REDUCE VISITOR SPENDING AND WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR NATURE‐BASED RECREATION? EVIDENCE FROM 2006 AND 2009

John Loomis and Catherine Keske

Contemporary Economic Policy, 2012, vol. 30, issue 2, 238-246

Date: 2012
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