Regional Economic Studies of Timber Supply
Four recent economic analyses of western forest regions demonstrate different approaches to the problem of estimating future wood yield and forest industry development. These studies are interesting and useful in themselves but are not entirely adequate for the use to which such information might be put. A more complete and better integrated program of regional studies could provide a much needed basis for public and private decision making in forest resource use.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Professor of Forest Economics in Yale University
Publication date: 01 February 1966