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Corrigendum: A Comment on “An Adding Up Test on Contingent Valuations of River and Lake Quality”

I made a basic mistake, one that I've made throughout my depressingly long career [a], in my comment on DMT (2015). In that post I said: Probit models estimating the effect of the bid on the yes responses with the $10 bid removed are in Table 2. Only two of...
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