The impact of agrarian policies on sustainable landuse.

R. Ruben, G. Kruseman, A. Kuyvenhoven

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAppl. of syst. Appr. at farm and regional level, vol. 1
EditorsP.S. Teng
Pages65-82
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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Ruben, R., Kruseman, G., & Kuyvenhoven, A. (1997). The impact of agrarian policies on sustainable landuse. In P. S. Teng (Ed.), Appl. of syst. Appr. at farm and regional level, vol. 1 (pp. 65-82)
Ruben, R. ; Kruseman, G. ; Kuyvenhoven, A. / The impact of agrarian policies on sustainable landuse. Appl. of syst. Appr. at farm and regional level, vol. 1. editor / P.S. Teng. 1997. pp. 65-82
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The impact of agrarian policies on sustainable landuse. / Ruben, R.; Kruseman, G.; Kuyvenhoven, A.

Appl. of syst. Appr. at farm and regional level, vol. 1. ed. / P.S. Teng. 1997. p. 65-82.

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Ruben R, Kruseman G, Kuyvenhoven A. The impact of agrarian policies on sustainable landuse. In Teng PS, editor, Appl. of syst. Appr. at farm and regional level, vol. 1. 1997. p. 65-82