A Study on Compensation for Management and Protection Expenses of Non-commercial Forests

This paper analyzes the compensation nature of non-commercial forests under different ownership from two aspects, namely, whether the property right is limited and whether the management and protection expense has been incurred: there are no economic loss compensation problems caused by changes and limitation of property rights for the state-owned non-commercial forests with only the compensation on management and protection expense; but for the non-commercial forests owned by collectives or individuals, double compensation for both the economic loss and management expense exists because of limitation on the property right. In addition, an inframarginal economic analysis framework has been built for the management and protection compensation problems faced by non-commercial forests under different ownership in the perspective of the division of labor. Research results show that: the compensation standard for the management and protection expenses of non-commercial forests shall fall in between the “completely self-sufficient forestry economic structure U(Ayz)” and the “completely specialized productive structure of non-commercial forests U(B1)”.


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Issue Date:
2013-05
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/151698
Published in:
Asian Agricultural Research, Volume 05, Issue 05
Page range:
27-31
Total Pages:
5




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