Forest resources , Microeconomics

Forest Resources

This is the category of land for which common property rights may exist is land under forests. Unclassified forests, with very low productivity, are always open to use by local communities: Accordingly, both protected and unclassified forests are treated as forming a part of common property forest resources.

It is, therefore, the subset of total forest area minus reserve forests to which common property rights are assumed to exist.

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