Scientific Summary 138 in IUFRO News Vol. 45, Issue 6, early July 2016
Non-wood products, forest services, urban forestry, bio-energy, financial reporting, national accounting, value chain analysis, payments for ecosystem services, forest planning, forecasting, perceptions and performance are just a few of the keywords illustrating the rich pool of contributions, related issues and approaches.
Future research in managerial economics and accounting seems especially promising in regard to the multi-functionality of forests and required adaptations in view of changing framework conditions. According to the heterogeneity of research issues, a broad range of methods - quantitative as well as qualitative ones - have to be applied and refined.
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