Forests and Economic Development in Latin America: A Challenge for the American Forestry Profession
Abstract:Forest of Latin America have been ignored in the past as bases for development. They have the advantage of (1) an expanding internal market; (2) capital requirements are usually low; (3) they offer a wide range in investment ontlets: (4) labor requirements arc flexible; (5) economic linkage with the domestic economic is strong--especially with construction; (6) they may play an important role in land reform.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: George Willis Pack Professor of Resource Economics, Dept of Forestry, School of Natural Resources, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Publication date: 1965-02-01
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