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|APA||Mezgebo, G. K., & Ewnetu, Z. (2015). Households willingness to pay for improved water services in urban areas: A case study from Nebelet town, Ethiopia. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, 7(1), 12-19.|
|Chicago||Gidey Kidu Mezgebo and Zeleke Ewnetu. "Households willingness to pay for improved water services in urban areas: A case study from Nebelet town, Ethiopia." Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics 7, no. 1 (2015): 12-19.|
|MLA||Gidey Kidu Mezgebo and Zeleke Ewnetu. "Households willingness to pay for improved water services in urban areas: A case study from Nebelet town, Ethiopia." Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics 7.1 (2015): 12-19.|