Economic Research Institute Study paper
Utah State University
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Studies of the grazing fee problem by western universities and government agencies have focused on the economic and welfare implications of changes in grazing fee policy. Ignored in these studies are the problems of ethics and legal precedent. This paper examines (1) the theory and practice of handling real property and (2) legal precedent as they apply to the grazing fee problem.
Hooper, Jack F., "Implications for Decisions Concerning Grazing Fees" (1968). Economic Research Institute Study Papers. Paper 344.