Forestry Trade and Population Growth in the Philippines in a General Equilibrium Framework
Forests are enormously important to mankind. They not only supply essential harvestable products, but also ornamental landscapes, regulate climate, hydrology, mineral cycling and soil erosion. Over the last few decades, crucial changes have taken place in the views and demands on forests by society at large. In this new book, the authors present topical research in the study of forestry ecology and policy. Topics discussed include forest management in Finland and Sweden; forestry-related GPS research; forestry trade and population growth in the Philippines and forestry education towards ecological civilization. [Book Description from publisher's website]
Stenberg, L. (2011). Forestry trade and population growth in the Philippines in a general equilibrium framework. In D. A. Boehm (Ed), Forestry: Research, ecology and policies (pp. 113-143). New York, NY: NOVA Science Publishers Inc.