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Gender Analysis in Forestry Research: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead
SUMMARY This review charts out recent developments in gender research in forestry research, with a focus on tropical and dry forests in developing countries. We reviewed 121 publications extractedExpand
HOW FAST IS THE POPULATION AGEING IN CHINA?
Using adjusted 2000 population census data, this paper conducts projections of China's population up to 2050. Three fertility and four mortality scenarios yield 12 sets of results. Even thoughExpand
MODELLING THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF AN AUSTRALIA-CHINA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT
In this study, we simulated three potential scenarios of an Australia-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA): removal of border protection on merchandise trade, investment facilitation, and removal ofExpand
Estimating the effects of China's Accession to the World Trade Organisation
Accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) marks a new era in China's economic reform. In this new era, state capital will lose its dominance of pillar industries such as iron and steel,Expand
CHINAGEM: A Monash-Styled Dynamic CGE Model of China
CHINAGEM is a MONASH-style dynamic Computable General Equilibrium model of China. This document provides an overview of CHINAGEM database and equation structure. We aim to provide CHINAGEM users withExpand
The Chinese Economy from 1997:2015: Developing a Baseline for the MC-HUGE Model
  • Y. Mai
  • Economics
  • 1 September 2006
MC-HUGE is a dynamic Computable General Equilibrium model of the Chinese economy. The core CGE part of the MC-HUGE model is based on that of the ORANI model. The dynamic mechanism of MC-HUGE is basedExpand
Removing Border Protection on Wheat and Rice: Effects on Rural Income and Food Self-Sufficiency in China
In this paper, I use the Monash Multi-Country model – a dynamic Computable General Equilibrium model of China, Australia and the Rest of the World – to analyse the effects of removing borderExpand
The economic effects of facilitating the flow of rural workers to urban employment in China
The Second Agricultural Survey in China revealed that during 2006 about 130 million rural workers spent more than a month working outside the township of their residence. Most of these migrantExpand
Introduction to the Special Issue on Forests and Gender
The United Nations General Assembly declared 2011 as the International Year of Forests (IYOF). The IYOF is intended to raise awareness and strengthen sustainable forest management, conservation andExpand
Women's Participation in REDD+ National Decision-Making in Vietnam
SUMMARY Numerous conceptual and empirical studies have been undertaken on the participation of women in decision-making bodies related to forestry. However, very little of this knowledge andExpand
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