An Econometric Model of the United States Forest Products Industry
Abstract:A model of the US wood product industry is estimated and simulated. The model, designed for forecasting and policy analysis and consisting of 15 equations, links the principal structural elements of markets for lumber, plywood, saw logs, veneer logs, and stumpage. The model gives good simulation results over the sample period and has been used to make forecasts to 1975. Forest Sci. 19:82-96.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Research Fellow, Economics Research Unit, Dep. of Economics, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Publication date: 1973-06-01
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