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Strong response by the scientists
One formula, myriad conclusions, 150 years of practicing the Faustmann Formula in Central Europe and the USA
Increasing rotation periods during a time of decreasing profitability of forestry - a paradox?
Moog, M.; Borchert, H.
Remunerating nature conservation in central European forests: scope and limits of the Faustmann-Hartman approach
The cost of sequestering carbon on private forest lands
Huang C.-H.; Kronrad, G.D.
Discount rate and harvest policy: implications for Baltic forestry
Brukas, V.; Jellesmark Thorsen, B.; Helles, F.; Tarp, P.
Land expectation values for spruce and beech calculated with Monte Carlo modelling techniques
Optimal forest stock and harvest with valuing non-timber benefits: a case of US coniferous forests
Gan, J.; Kolison, S.H.; Colletti, J.P.
Computing maximum willingness to pay with Faustmann's formula: some special situations from New Zealand
Manley, B.; Bare, B.B.
The German struggle between the 'Bodenreinertragslehre' (land rent theory) and 'Waldreinertragslehre' (theory of the highest revenue) belongs to the past - but what is left?
Faustmann in an uncertain policy environment