In order to fill a growing need for research into forestry issues, Resources for the future held a symposium in 1977.Orignally published in the same year, all papers in this collection were written specifically for this symposium to highlight the most important forestry issues including pricing policy, supply and demand and the role of the public and private forestry sector. This title will be of interest to Environmental Students and professionals.
Preface; Attendees at RFF Symposium; 1. Research Needs in Forest Economics and Policy: An Interpretative and Evaluative Summary 2. American Forests in a Dynamic World 3. Balancing Supplies and Demands 4. Pricing Policy for Timber Products from Forest Lands: Resource Allocation and Income Distribution Effects 5. Promising Research Topics Regarding Non-Timber Products from Forest Related Lands 6. The Role of Public and Private Forestry Sectors 7. Land and Multiple Use 8. Social Aspects of Forest Policy Research 9. Information Resources for Research in Forest Economics and Policy 10. Research in International Forest Economics 11. Economics of Forest Management: Research Needs and Priorities 12. Forest Policy Research: an Examination of Research Needs
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