The Global Forest Products Model
Structure, Estimation and Applications
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Global Forest Products Model by Joseph Buongiorno
Book DescriptionThe Global Forest Products Model (GFPM) book provides a complete introduction to this widely applied computer model. The GFPM is a dynamic economic equilibrium model that is used to predict production, consumption, trade, and prices of 14 major forest products in 180 interacting countries. The book thoroughly documents the methods, data, and computer software of the model, and demonstrates the model's usefulness in addressing international economic and environmental issues. The Global Forest Products Model is written by an international multi-disciplinary team and is ideal for graduate students and professionals in forestry, natural resource economics, and related fields. It explains trends in world forest industries in the simplest terms by explaining the economic theory underlying the model. It describes six applications of the GFPM, three of which were commissioned by the Food Agriculture of the United Nations, the USDA Forest Service, and New Zealand Research. The authors show how to apply the model to real issues such as the effects of the Asian economic crisis on the forest sector, the effects of eliminating tariffs on international trade and production, and the international effects of national environmental policies. They provide complete explanations on how to use the GFPM software, prepare the data, make the forecasts, and summarize the results with tables and graphs.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780121413620
(229mm x 152mm x 20mm)
Imprint: Academic Press Inc
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
Publish Date: 24-Apr-2003
Country of Publication: United States
Books By Author Joseph Buongiorno
Decision Methods for Forest Resource Management, Hardback (February 2003)» View all books by Joseph Buongiorno
Focuses on decision making for forests that are managed for both ecological and economic objectives. This title describes the essential modern decision methods used in the scientific management of forests using basic algebra, computer spreadsheets, and numerous examples and applications.
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Author Biography - Joseph Buongiorno
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