Corpus ID: 17729135

Incentivizing the Reduction of Pollution at Dairies: How to Address Additionality When Multiple Environmental Credit Payments Are Combined

@inproceedings{Murray2015IncentivizingTR,
  title={Incentivizing the Reduction of Pollution at Dairies: How to Address Additionality When Multiple Environmental Credit Payments Are Combined},
  author={Brian C. Murray and Tibor Vegh},
  year={2015}
}
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