This book is designed for undergraduate forestry students who have taken at least one semester of introductory micro-economics, although basics are reviewed. Emphasis is on economics as a way of thinking in which added costs and benefits are compared in order to maximize net benefits. With the basics in capital theory, students learn how to evaluate forestry investments in a way which embraces important environmental factors.
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