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Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy

Journal of the IUFRO Small-scale Forestry Group
ISSN 1447-1825

A journal specifically dedicated to small-scale forestry, published twice per year.

Volume 1, No. 1, August 2002
Editor in Chief: Steve Harrison

Contents include:


  • Non-industrial, smallholder, small-scale and family forestry: What's in a name?
  • The economic situation of family-farm enterprises in the Southern Black Forest;
  • The shrinking profitability of small-scale forestry in Japan and some recent policy intiatives to reverse the trend;
  • Efficient and equitable forest rent capture in three Pacific Island nations: Opportunities and impediments in forest policy reform;
  • Ecosystem managment and non-industrial private forest landowners in Washington State, USA;
  • Ecosystem management in the southeast United States: Interest of forest landowners in joint management across ownerships;
  • The role of Abaca (Musa textilis) in the household economy of a forest village;
  • Cabinet-makers' awareness and usage of rainforest cabinet timbers in Queensland.
Book reviews:
  • Sustainable Small-scale Forestry: Socio-economic Analysis and Policy
  • Production, Privatisation and Preservation in Papua New Guinea Forestry
  • Trees, Water and Salt: An Australian Guide to Using Trees for Healthy Catchments and Productive Farms
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