This report, using Minnesota as a case study, outlines the results of an economic analysis of REAP-A7 cost-sharing. The emphasis is on: A) development of a method to evaluate forestry incentive programs; B) ex post evaluation of effectiveness and efficieny of a specific program; and C) discussion of application of the method and results in FIP and alternatives which need to be analyzed.
Gregersen, H.; Houghtaling, T.; Rubinstein, A..
Economics of Public Forestry Incentive Programs: A Case Study of Cost-Sharing in Minnesota.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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