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Record number 348505
Title Evaluating financing of forestry in Europe; country-level report - the Netherlands; a description of the Dutch forest policy framework and financial instruments for forestry in the period 1990-1999
Author(s) Wijk, M.N. van; Vliet, C.J.M. van; Klein, J.P.G. de; Lusink, M.; Blitterswijk, H. van; Aertsen, E.J.M.
Source Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-rapport 1140) - 139
Department(s) Landscape Centre
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2005
Keyword(s) bosbeleid - bosbouw - particuliere bosbouw - financiën - bosbedrijfsvoering - bosbouweconomie - europa - financieren - forest policy - forestry - private forestry - finance - forest management - forest economics - europe - financing
Categories Forest Policy / Forest Economics
Abstract The main idea behind the EU-project Evaluating Financing of Forestry in Europe (EFFE) is to find out how forest sector related financial policy instruments are handled in different countries. This report describes the Dutch policy framework and financial instruments for forestry in the period 1990-1999 and is used for further analysis by the principal contractors of the EFFE research team. In this report more insight is given in the finances (especially grant systems) for forestry. However, before making comparisons between types of ownership within the country or between countries it is necessary to have a better understanding of the cost structure and operational context for different types of forest owners. Without such detailed knowledge it is impossible to draw conclusions on financial support for (economically) sustainable forest management
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