An Econometric Model of Softwood Lumber and Stumpage Markets, 1947-1967
Abstract:An 8-equation econometric model of the markets for Douglas-fir and southern pine stumpage and lumber was estimated and then simulated over the 21-year sample period and 5 additional years to check its validity. The estimated short-run stumpage price elasticities of demand and supply suggest that a program of accelerated forest management on public lands in the Pacific Northwest could help the Nation achieve its housing goals if substantial volumes of timber are released annually to meet the anticipated increase in demand and to compensate for the declining cut on private lands. Forest Sci. 20:171-179.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Economist, Southeast. Forest Exp. Stn., USDA Forest Serv., Athens, Ga
Publication date: June 1, 1974
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