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ArtikelDeforestation, Capital Accumulation and Consumption : Strategic Implications Sustainable Development  
Oleh: Wibowo, Dradjad Hari
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: Bisnis dan ekonomi politik vol. 3 no. 3 (1999), page 39-46.
Topik: DEFORESTATION; deforestation; capital cummulation; consumption; strategic implication; sustainable development
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    • Nomor Panggil: BB52.2
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Isi artikelThis paper discusses various mechanisms under which deforestation can be linked to the consumption and capital accumulation behaviour of farmers. It describes the role of small holders in forest clearing and compares the effect of poverty, capital accumulation and consumption in deforestatin decision - making. Also discussed are issues such as cat - and - mouse game as the resulting equilibrium between government's inspection policies and farmers' demand for land, the controversy of "who get the cake from forest conservation" and road development as an "official legalization" of previous forest clearing. The paper begins with empirical results obtained from the kerinci - seblat national park, indonesia, where the main route of deforestation is the establishment of cinnamon farming by local farmers. The results are put in perspective with the broader categories of deforestation mechanisms, i. e. neo - malthusian, government failure, micro - and macro - economic approaches. Making use of stochastic differential equations (SDEs) and stochastic optimal control, a theoretical model of deforestation, capital accumulation and consumption is developed. In these models, capital accumulation behaviour is treated as a delayed but continuous impulse. Finally, the paper explores alternative strategies for sustainable forestry and rural development, including inter alia the development of alternative rural portfolios, rural consumption and saving policies, and cinnamon eco - labelling as a means of forest conservation.
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