Has China’s new round of collective forest reforms caused an increase in the use of productive forest inputs?

@inproceedings{Liu2017HasCN,
  title={Has China’s new round of collective forest reforms caused an increase in the use of productive forest inputs?},
  author={Can Liu and Hao Liu and Sen Wang},
  year={2017}
}
Forestland tenure and financial incentives are the most important policy issue to sustainable forest resource management. The new wave of reform of collective forestland tenure (NRCFT) has been launched since 2003 and the governmental matching reform measures (MRMs) for the NRCFT have been introduced since 2009. The objective of these reforms is to enhance sustainable forest resource management in Chinese collective regions by encouraging rural households’ productive forest inputs. We use a… CONTINUE READING

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