A Derived Demand Approach to Estimating the Linkage between Stumpage and Lumber Markets
Derived demand concepts were used to develop a general statement of the relationship between the elasticity of demand in the product market and the elasticity of demand in the factor market. When this general statement was applied to forestry data, the derived demand function for stumpage was found to be less elastic than the lumber demand function. Regional estimates of this relationship were found to differ widely with the South being more elastic than the West. Forest Sci. 23:281-288.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Economist, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Portland, Oregon 97208
Publication date: 1977-06-01
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