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J. E. de Steiguer (email), J. P. Royer

Increasing forestry investments by means of public policy programs.

Steiguer J. E. d., Royer J. P. (1986). Increasing forestry investments by means of public policy programs. Silva Fennica vol. 20 no. 4 article id 5295. https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.a27751


In 1979, the Federal Research in the United States instituted a so-called ”tight money” policy which led to a decrease in the demand for stumpage. The decrease in demand brought about lower stumpage prices and, consequently, a waning interest in policies to stimulate NIPF production. The authors report on five recent studies on NIPF behaviour and raise concerns that increases in demand for housing may bring new pressure upon NIPF as a source of wood.

forest policy; forest owners; timber supply; timber prices; nonindustrial private forestry; timber demand; NIPF behaviour

Published in 1986

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