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In this research the characteristics of consumer choice for cook stoves and the associated fuels in African households are described. In particular, the economic values associated with the tradeoffs that households make when they purchase a cook stove are assessed. The combination of a household survey approach with an econometric modelling technique makes it possible to conduct an experiment on the willingness of households to pay more for improved stoves and/or fuels.

The economics of modern and traditional bioenergy in African households

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