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I’m using your ... 2008 JES paper as a reference ..., and I came across a rather funny typo I thought I would share with you, just in case you want to keep track of these things.
It comes in the references cited (check out the very last word in the title). It gave me a bit of a chuckle, as I wondered what “quasi-public foods” might look like. Don’t you just love it when things like that sneak through?
Carson, R.T., Flores, N.E., Martin, K.M. and Wright, J.L. (1996) Contingent valuation and
revealed preference methodologies: comparing the estimates for quasi-public foods. Land Economics 72: 80–99.