Huggett Jr. Fernando F. Donovan, Thomas C. A full range of postgraduate study options are explored, including PhD and professional doctorates, masters awards, and taught coursework programs. The authors show that neo-classical economic principles can be integrated with ecosystem analysis and modern econometric methods to uncover the causes and consequences of natural forest disturbances.
Editors and affiliations. About this book Introduction This book provides a unique, state-of-the-art review of both traditional and emerging themes in the economics of natural forest disturbances. The external pressures that universities around the world are experiencing, including neoliberalism, the massification of student numbers, disruptive innovations, and external quality benchmarking, are considered in terms of the ways that they are prompting change in how postgraduate study is administered and delivered.
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Donovan, Thomas C. The chapters encompass modern areas of concern in forest economics and policy, including temporal and spatial dynamics of economic-ecologic systems, risk-reducing mitigation and adaptation strategies, and the valuation of impacts on market and non-market resources.
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