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Estimating the choice behavior of self-employed business proprietors: an application to dairy farmers


, : Estimating the choice behavior of self-employed business proprietors: an application to dairy farmers. Southern Economic Journal 60(3): 579-595

The article investigates the choice behaviour of self-employed dairy farm households in Utah, USA, who engage in outside employment and face an imperfect labour market.

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Accession: 002373000

DOI: 10.2307/1060568

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