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by G. Cornelis van Kooten,Henk Folmer

  • Author: G. Cornelis van Kooten,Henk Folmer
  • ISBN: 1845428684
  • ISBN13: 978-1845428686
  • ePub: 1898 kb | FB2: 1329 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing (June 26, 2006)
  • Pages: 552
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Land and Forest Economics ePub download

Books: van Kooten, G. Cornelis, forthcoming (2019). Applied Welfare Economics, Trade and Agricultural Policy Analysis. van Kooten, GC and H Folmer, 2004. Land and Forest Economics. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Wang, S and GC van Kooten, 2001.

Books: van Kooten, G. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

By G. Cornelis van Kooten (Author), Henk Folmer (Author) . The book begins by explaining general economic concepts of well-being, welfare measurement and economic rents before providing a synopsis of various environmental economic issues including non-market valuation, cost-benefit analysis and sustainable development. The authors then move on to address several critical topics relating to land use, the conservation of nature and the protection of agricultural land.

This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the important issues of land use and forest economics. The authors employ economic tools to study the allocation of land among alternative activities such as agriculture, grazing and forestry which impact upon the landscape. The book begins by explaining general economic concepts of well-being, welfare measurement and economic rents before providing a synopsis of various environmental economic issues including non-market valuation, costA?"benefit analysis and sustainable development.

Cornelis Van Kooten, Henk Folmer. This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the important issues of land use and forest economics.

GC Van Kooten, CS Binkley, G Delcourt Land and forest economics. GC Van Kooten, H Folmer.

GC Van Kooten, CS Binkley, G Delcourt. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 77 (2), 365-374, 1995. The economics of nature: managing biological assets. GC Van Kooten, EH Bulte. Blackwell Publishers, 2000.

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C. Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:3466. Cornelis, 2005. Economics of Forest and Agricultural Carbon Sinks," Working Papers 37013, University of Victoria, Resource Economics and Policy. G. Cornelis van Kooten, 2005. Cornelis van Kooten, 2004.

This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the important issues of land use and forest economics. The authors employ economic tools to study the allocation of land among alternative activities such as agriculture, grazing and forestry which impact upon the landscape.

The book begins by explaining general economic concepts of well-being, welfare measurement and economic rents before providing a synopsis of various environmental economic issues including non-market valuation, costâ?"benefit analysis and sustainable development. The authors then move on to address several critical topics relating to land use, the conservation of nature and the protection of agricultural land. These include an analysis of agricultural land use from the perspective of urban expansion and the interface between crop production and nature. They also discuss the economics of public lands, range and ranching, forestry, and global climate change in a comprehensive fashion. Throughout the book, the focus is on enhancing welfare for society as a whole, rather than for particular individuals, interest groups or sectors. In this way, the authors present a balanced and just approach to policy decisions regarding the allocation of scarce land resources.

Accessible and self-contained, this text will become indispensable to postgraduate and undergraduate students on a range of courses including agricultural and environmental economics, geography and resource management. Although primarily a textbook, it will also provide a useful overview for policymakers, range scientists, public land managers and anyone with an interest in the economic evaluation of rural land use and forestry.

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