Bioeconomic Approaches to Sustainable Management of Natural Tropical Forests

@inproceedings{Holmes2016BioeconomicAT,
  title={Bioeconomic Approaches to Sustainable Management of Natural Tropical Forests},
  author={T. Holmes and E. Sills},
  year={2016}
}
  • T. Holmes, E. Sills
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • Bioeconomic models are idealized representations of human-nature interactions used to describe how the decisions that people make regarding the harvest of biological resources affect the future condition of resource stocks and the flow of net economic benefits. This modeling approach posits an assumed goal or objective that a decision-maker seeks to optimize subject to a set of biological constraints. The power of this method derives from its ability to evaluate a wide array of alternative… CONTINUE READING

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