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Users are willing to pay for sanitation, but not as much as they say: empirical results and methodological comparisons of willingness to pay for peri-urban sanitation in Lusaka, Zambia using contingent valuation, discrete choice experiments, and hedonic pricing
Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development (2020) 10 (4): 756–767.
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