Analysis of Financial Returns from Liquidation and the Two-Cut System
Abstract:Using Stoddard's figures comparing liquidation and the two-cut system in the Lake States, the author presents a detailed analysis of costs and returns. This analysis differs from Stoddard's in the treatment of interest, taxes, and fixed investment in plant, but follows his fundamental assumptions even where disagreement is expressed, as the emphasis is on methods rather than on results. It gives, however, a lower present worth for the property under either type of management, and a smaller differential in favor of the two-cut system. Such analyses of the financial aspects of proposed management procedures are essential to the extension of forestry as a business enterprise.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: U. S. Forest Service
Publication date: 1940-07-01
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