Forestry and the environment: economic perspectives

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C.A.B. International, May 1, 1993 - Science - 304 pages
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Forestry and the environment in developing countries (How to account for environmental degradation; Household production and consumption for forestry and economic development; tests of hypotheses regarding women, fuelwood, improved stoves and open access resources in Nepal; An economic view of deforestation: concept and application in a severely deforested country; Multiple objective welfare functions: an application to Malaysian forestry); Forestry and the environment: policy options (Forest tenoure, management incentives and the search for sustainable development policies; The Wastepaper dilemma: can newsprint recyclin legislation kill two birds with one stone?; Recreation, tourism and propertry rights to land: the economics of public access rights in Sweden); Impacts on the environment (Existence values in benefit-cost analysis and damage assessment; What would an ecological economics actually do to integrate ecosystem and social system health? A spectrum of appoaches; The valuation of forest characteristics; The environmental economic impact of woodland: a tro stage hedonic price model of the amenity value of forestry in britain; Economic of reforestation in British Columbia When benefits of CO2 reduction are taken into account); Forestry, the environment and economic issues: dynamic issues in resource allocation; Resource economics; persistent conventions and contrary evidence; Empirical measures of factors affecting social rates discount; Dynamic inconsistency in valuain environmental goods).

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