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Matti Keltikangas (email)

Quantification problems in the design of forest policy programs.

Keltikangas M. (1986). Quantification problems in the design of forest policy programs. Silva Fennica vol. 20 no. 4 article id 5286. https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.a27742

Abstract

Some of the quantification problems which face the designer of a forest policy program are discussed. Experiences drawn from the preparation of the Forest 2000 program in Finland are used as examples. Both the defining of goals and the choice of means are surveyed and their interconnection in the planning process emphasized.

Keywords
forest policy; Finland; forest policy design; quantification of means; planning process; Forest 2000

Published in 1986

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