5 edition of political economy of forest resource use found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-347).
|Statement||Niaz Ahmed Khan.|
|Series||Studies in green research|
|LC Classifications||SD387.P74 K48 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||98071400|
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The pages of this book provide a comprehensive and technical survey of forest resource economics, concentrating on developments within the past 25 years. The focus is especially directed toward understanding the economics behind forest policy problems and policy design, since the application of policy instruments is. Assistant professor of natural resource policy at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, CT , USA. Her publications include Rich Forests, Poor People: Resource Control and Resistance in Java (University of California Press, ), as well as numerous articles on Indonesian forestry and development issues. She is currently conducting research on political ecology.
The wise use movement in the United States is a loose-knit coalition of groups promoting the expansion of private property rights and reduction of government regulation of publicly held includes advocacy of expanded use by commercial and public interests, seeking increased access to public lands, and often opposition to government intervention. political ecology, Indonesia, resource policy and politics, forest and agrarian change, property and access Research Description: My students and I study the social processes that affect the management of land-based resources, using ethnographic, historical, and other broadly sociological research methods.
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In their non-political attributes, e.g., in their income levels, cultural heterogeneity, and religious beliefs, so their differences in natural resource use may stem from several sources. Still, the general pattern just sketched is broadly consistent with basic economic reasoning about how political economy affects the use of natural resources.
This is an examination of the political economy of forest use in south Asia, with special reference to Bangladesh and the status of social forestry within the surrounding socio-economic environment. This chapter examines evidence on the four ways in which a nation’s political system and its natural resource use are linked.
First, when property rights to resources are weak, competition to acquire resources can be wasteful and characterized by rent-seeking and violent conflict. Weak ownership claims are most likely in countries where the rule of law is not well-established.
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Robert T. Deacon and Bernardo Mueller. Introduction. Comparing how countries with diverse political systems use their natural resources suggests that systems of governance have important effects on resource use.
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This book can be used as a text for a course in forest or resource economics offered to advanced undergraduates or graduate students.
Kudos to Amacher, Ollikaine, and Koskela!"--Jon M. Conrad, Professor of Resource Economics, Cornell UniversityReviews: 3. Since conservation is premised on the sustainable use of natural resources, and since the human dimensions of resource use likely constitute the most significant opportunities as well as the greatest challenges for conservation, it is not surprising that conservation depends not only on science, but also people's perceptions and on politics.
In mountain areas, politics of power (or political. A comprehensive and technical survey of forest resource economics, concentrating on developments in the last twenty years regarding policy instrument choice and uncertainty. The field of forest economics has expanded rapidly in the last two decades, and yet there exists no up-to-date textbook for advanced undergraduate-graduate level use or rigorous reference work for professionals.
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Written by leading environmental, forest, and natural resource economists, the book represents a definitive reference volume for students of economics, environment, forestry and natural resource.
It is increasingly recognized that the economic value of forests is not merely the production of timber. Forests provide other key ecosystem services, such as being sinks for greenhouse gases, hotspots of biodiversity, tourism and recreation.
They are also vitally important in preventing soil erosion and controlling water supplies, as well as providing non-timber forest products and supporting. Millions of Javanese peasants live alongside state-controlled forest lands in one of the world's most densely populated agricultural regions.
Because their legal access and customary rights to the forest have been severely limited, these peasants have been pushed toward illegal use of forest resources.
Rich Forests, Poor People untangles the complex of peasant and state politics that has. and active involvement in natural resource management, for instance, with respect to Joint Forest Management, and the limited decentralization and empowerment of communities to manage and benefit from local resources.
NGOs have largely been excluded in resource management such as the CRBS under the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA). In regard to the extraction of forest resources, the figure for Brazil in was million m3 of which an estimated 58% consisted of timber for industrial use, with much of the remainder consisting of firewood (UNEP, ).
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