Seeing the forest for the fuel

@article{Pattanayak2004SeeingTF,
  title={Seeing the forest for the fuel},
  author={S. Pattanayak and E. Sills and R. Kramer},
  journal={Environment and Development Economics},
  year={2004},
  volume={9},
  pages={155 - 179}
}
We demonstrate a new approach to understanding the role of fuelwood in the rural household economy by applying insights from travel cost modeling to author-compiled household survey data and meso-scale environmental statistics from Ruteng Park in Flores, Indonesia. We characterize Manggarai farming households' fuelwood collection trips as inputs into household production of the utility yielding service of cooking and heating. The number of trips taken by households depends on the shadow price… Expand
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