Cost effectiveness of rural development programme instruments in denmark

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Cost effectiveness of rural development programme instruments in denmark. / Jensen, Jørgen Dejgård; Jacobsen, Lars Bo; Madsen, Bjarne; Dalgaard, Tommy.

Book of Abstracts of the 24th NJF Congress: Food, Feed, Fuel and Fun – Nordic Light on Future Land Use and Rural Development. ed. / Jan Hultgren; Paula Persson; Elisabet Nadeau; Fredrik Fogelberg. Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF), 2011. p. 236 (NJF Report; No. 3, Vol. 7).

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Jensen, JD, Jacobsen, LB, Madsen, B & Dalgaard, T 2011, Cost effectiveness of rural development programme instruments in denmark. in J Hultgren, P Persson, E Nadeau & F Fogelberg (eds), Book of Abstracts of the 24th NJF Congress: Food, Feed, Fuel and Fun – Nordic Light on Future Land Use and Rural Development. Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF), NJF Report, no. 3, vol. 7, pp. 236.

APA

Jensen, J. D., Jacobsen, L. B., Madsen, B., & Dalgaard, T. (2011). Cost effectiveness of rural development programme instruments in denmark. In J. Hultgren, P. Persson, E. Nadeau, & F. Fogelberg (Eds.), Book of Abstracts of the 24th NJF Congress: Food, Feed, Fuel and Fun – Nordic Light on Future Land Use and Rural Development (pp. 236). Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF). NJF Report, No. 3, Vol.. 7

Vancouver

Jensen JD, Jacobsen LB, Madsen B, Dalgaard T. Cost effectiveness of rural development programme instruments in denmark. In Hultgren J, Persson P, Nadeau E, Fogelberg F, editors, Book of Abstracts of the 24th NJF Congress: Food, Feed, Fuel and Fun – Nordic Light on Future Land Use and Rural Development. Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF). 2011. p. 236. (NJF Report; No. 3, Vol. 7).

Author

Jensen, Jørgen Dejgård ; Jacobsen, Lars Bo ; Madsen, Bjarne ; Dalgaard, Tommy. / Cost effectiveness of rural development programme instruments in denmark. Book of Abstracts of the 24th NJF Congress: Food, Feed, Fuel and Fun – Nordic Light on Future Land Use and Rural Development. editor / Jan Hultgren ; Paula Persson ; Elisabet Nadeau ; Fredrik Fogelberg. Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF), 2011. pp. 236 (NJF Report; No. 3, Vol. 7).

Bibtex

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