An Econometric Analysis of Aggregate Sawtimber and Pulpwood Supply in Sweden
This paper contains an econometric analysis of the sawtimber market and the market for pulpwood in Sweden. The sawtimber market is modeled as a market where the equality between demand and supply determine the price level, while the market for pulpwood is viewed as a market where the price level is exogenously determined. The results of the estimations, which are based on time-series data covering the period 1953-81, are satisfactory. All coefficients of the supply curves have signs that are consistent with the underlying theory, and most of them are statistically significant. The same holds true for the demand curve in the sawtimber market. More specifically, the own supply price elasticities of sawtimber and pulpwood are estimated to be approximately 0.6 and 0.7, respectively. Forest Sci. 31:595-606.
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Affiliations: Department of Forest Economics, College of Forestry, Umeå, Sweden
Publication date: 1985-09-01
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