International Trade in Forest Products

Lumber Trade Disputes, Models and Examples

Professor G. Cornelis van Kooten (Redaktør) ; Linda Voss (Redaktør) ; Joseph Buongiorno (Innledning) ; Jinggang Guo (Innledning) ; Craig Johnston (Innledning) ; Xintong Li (Innledning) ; Fatemeh Mokhtarzadeh (Innledning) ; Harry Nelson (Innledning) ; Prakash Nepal (Innledning) ; Jeffrey Prestemon (Innledning)

Professional forest economists working as researchers and/or policy advisors in government departments with responsibility for private or public forest lands or at an international agency, such as the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, and consultants at private firms that provide advice to clients on issues related to wood products. Les mer
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Professional forest economists working as researchers and/or policy advisors in government departments with responsibility for private or public forest lands or at an international agency, such as the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, and consultants at private firms that provide advice to clients on issues related to wood products. It will also appeal to academic researchers interested in forest trade modelling or conducting research in other sectors where the consequences of trade policies need to be considered, and to instructors of courses that focus on international trade or forest economics

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Canada - U.S. Softwood Lumber Dispute: Background Chapter 3: Spatial Price Equilibrium Trade Modelling: Theory Chapter 4: Modeling Bilateral Forest Products Trade Chapter 5: Economic Analysis of a Softwood Lumber Quota Regime and a Policy To Subsidize Biomass Generation of Electricity Chapter 6: Global Forest Products Trade Model Chapter 7: Softwood Lumber Trade and Trade Restrictions: Gravity Model Chapter 8: A Global Vector Autoregression Model for Softwood Lumber Trade Chapter 9: Spatial Price Equilibrium Trade Modelling: Theory

Om forfatteren

G Cornelis van Kooten (Edited By)
G. Cornelis van Kooten is Professor in the Department of Economics, and the Canada Research Chair in Environmental Studies and Climate, at the University of Victoria. Professor van Kooten has been a consultant to various governments and government agencies, the United Nations, the World Bank, the European Union, and a variety of non-governmental organizations, including the International Fund for Animal Welfare and the WWF. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (2012) and was awarded its Publication of Enduring Quality Award in 2011.

Linda Voss (Edited By)
Linda Voss is research assistant in the Resource Economics and Policy Analysis Research Unit in the Department of Economics at the University of Victoria.