Fundamentals of Forest Economics (Hardback)
The book Fundamentals of Forest Economics is spinal cord of the forestry students to study the limited biotic and abiotic resources use patterns. This book Fundamentals of forest Economics is pioneer text-book for undergraduates, post-graduates, research scholars, and competitive examinees and students who are seeking knowledge in the field of forest economics. Those who teach forest economics will find this textbook to be a straightforward guide for a semester-long course, there are nine chapters in the book, which cover whole syllabi. The forest economics will benefit from the analysis, which links different economic principles with both private and public forestry decision making, including resource allocation over time and space, forest sector markets and market intervention including international trade, theory of demand, consumption, consumers' behavior, liquidity interest, risk and uncertainty and forest taxation.