Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions

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Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions. / Czajkowski, Mikolaj; Zandersen, Marianne; Aslam, Uzma; Angelidis, Ioannis; Becker, Thomas; Budziński, Wiktor; Zagórska, Katarzyna.

I: Working Paper 11/2018 (270). Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland., 2018, s. 1-21.

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Czajkowski, M, Zandersen, M, Aslam, U, Angelidis, I, Becker, T, Budziński, W & Zagórska, K 2018, 'Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions' Working Paper 11/2018 (270). Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland., s. 1-21.

APA

Czajkowski, M., Zandersen, M., Aslam, U., Angelidis, I., Becker, T., Budziński, W., & Zagórska, K. (2018). Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions. Working Paper 11/2018 (270). Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland., 1-21. [11/2018 (270)].

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Czajkowski M, Zandersen M, Aslam U, Angelidis I, Becker T, Budziński W, Zagórska K. 2018. Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions. Working Paper 11/2018 (270). Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland. 1-21.

MLA

Czajkowski, Mikolaj o.a.. "Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions". Working Paper 11/2018 (270). Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland. 2018, 1-21.

Vancouver

Czajkowski M, Zandersen M, Aslam U, Angelidis I, Becker T, Budziński W o.a. Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions. Working Paper 11/2018 (270). Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland. 2018;1-21. 11/2018 (270).

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Czajkowski, Mikolaj ; Zandersen, Marianne ; Aslam, Uzma ; Angelidis, Ioannis ; Becker, Thomas ; Budziński, Wiktor ; Zagórska, Katarzyna. / Recreational Value of the Baltic Sea: a Spatially Explicit Site Choice Model Accounting for Environmental Conditions. I: Working Paper 11/2018 (270). Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland. 2018 ; s. 1-21.

Bibtex

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