1. Introduction: definitions, policy questions, topics.
2. Measures of abundance and responses to scarcity
3. Nonrenewable resource markets
a. Investments in exploration and development
b. Production from known reserves
The Chignik Salmon Cooperative
Professor of Economics
University of Alaska Anchorage
Fisheries Co-ops and Beyond: Realigning Fisheries Management
A Workshop on Fisheries Self Governance
June 24, 2003
The Chignik area, on the south side of the
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PERC POLICY SERIES
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Series E ditor Roger Meiners
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Environmental Policy Analysis
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Applied Policy Analysis
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Prob. of species survival
Benefits of biodiversity,
Note: Benefits of biodiversity include use and non-use values, Bi and Ui.
1. The values society places on natural resources
and the environment are changing
Historically forest were valued solely for timber harvests and cleared
land; now recognize benefits from standing forests.
Fisheries historically considered limitless, but
Forest Growth and the Harvesting Problem
Supply from Private Forests
Determination of rent and land use decision
Comparative dynamics of the harvesting decision
Total Timber supply.
Public Policy Toward Forests