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Are agricultural and developable land prices governed by the same spatial rules? The case of Belgium

Bibliographic reference Cavailhès, Jean ; Thomas, Isabelle. Are agricultural and developable land prices governed by the same spatial rules? The case of Belgium. In: Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 61, no.3, p. 439-463 (2013)
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