Social and economical aspects of Miombo woodland management in Southern Africa: options and opportunities for research
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Dewees, P. A. 1994. Social and economical aspects of Miombo woodland management in Southern Africa: options and opportunities for research . CIFOR Occasional Paper No.2.
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Five themes are identified for social, economic and policy research relating to miombo woodland management in southern Africa. They are: (1) patterns of local institutional change; (2) household use of woodland products; (3) markets for woodland products; (4) longer term dimensions to woodland use and exploitation and (5) policy and legislation. These themes are by no means definitive or exhaustive, but are described here as a means of focusing on the scope of future research, and as a basis for identifying priorities.
SubjectsPOLICY AND EXTRASECTORAL ISSUES; FOREST MANAGEMENT; PLANTATIONS AND REHABILITATION OF DEGRADED FORESTS; FOREST GOVERNANCE AND COMMUNITY FORESTRY;
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