December 1997
American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec1997, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p1696
Academic Journal
Presents a summary of the article `The Law, Economics, and the Canadian Wheat Board,' by Linda M. Young, William Hartley Furtan, and Keith Groves.


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