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Economics of Forestry for Rural Development An Empirical Introduction from Asia

Edited By: William F Hyde and Gregory S Amacher
287 pages, Tabs
Economics of Forestry for Rural Development
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  • Economics of Forestry for Rural Development ISBN: 9780472111442 Hardback Dec 2000 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Presents an empirical overview of social forestry in Asia and how it relates to community development and household behaviour.

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Edited By: William F Hyde and Gregory S Amacher
287 pages, Tabs
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