Document Type : Research Paper
1 PhD Student Economics Dept. Economics School Shiraz University
2 Faculty member Economics Dept. Economics School Shiraz University
3 University Professor. Shira University School of Agriculture Agricultural Economics
4 faculty member Economics Dept. Economics School Shiraz University
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