Discussion Paper: König-Faustmannism: A Critique
The König-Faustmann form of marginal analysis derives a valid estimate of the financially optimal rotation for individual trees and other indivisible forest capital: forests whose age-class structure is not to be changed. For divisible capital, the applicable form of the marginal model derives a shorter rotation because it allows for interactions among forest compartments. For. Sci. 36(1):169-174.
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Affiliations: Distinguished Professor at the State University of New York, Syracuse; more Recently Thomas M. Brooks Professor of Forestry, Forestry Department, VPI & SU
Publication date: 1990-03-01
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