4 edition of Global effects of accelerated tariff liberalization in the forest products sector to 2010 found in the catalog.
Global effects of accelerated tariff liberalization in the forest products sector to 2010
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in [Portland, Or.]
Written in English
|Statement||Shushuai Zhu, Joseph Buongiorno, and David J. Brooks|
|Series||Research paper PNW-RP -- 534, Research paper PNW -- 534|
|Contributions||Buongiorno, Joseph, Brooks, David J, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
concentration of poor people in the world. The size of tariff reduction was large (the average drop in the tariff was 60 percentage points), and the rapid and externally-imposed implementation of the trade liberalization mitigates usual concerns about endogeneity of reforms. Multiple surveys. Zhu et al. () analyses the effects of accelerated tariff liberalization on the forest products sector and tariff changes on forest product trade have been studied mostly with single-country partial equilibrium approach.
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This publication, Non-tariff measures to Trade: Economic and Policy Issues for Developing Countries, is a product of the Trade Analysis Branch, Division on International Trade in Goods and Services, and Commodities (DITC), United Nations Conference on Trade andFile Size: 2MB. Equilibrium model that allows for quantification of income and welfare effects stemming from tariff reduction. The / Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) is fitted into the model and we simulated alternative policies scenarios depicting full and indiscriminating liberalization, gradual and rationalized liberalization and instantaneous tariff Cited by: 3.
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For developed countries, the average tariff of forest products (wood, pulp, paper and furniture) would be reduced from to %. In the United States, average tariffs would be cut from approximately to %. The tariff escalation for forest products in Cited by: Global effects of accelerated tariff liberalization in the forest products sector to Res.
Pap. PNW-RP Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 51 p. This study projects the effects of tariff elimination on the world sector. Projections wereCited by: 3. The objective of this study was to project the effects on the world forest sector of eliminating quickly all import tariffs.
The projections were done for two scenarios: (1) progressive tariff reduction according to the current schedule of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; (2) complete elimination of all tariffs within the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) by: Global Effects of Accelerated Tariff Liberalization in the Forest Products Sector to Article in USDA Forest Service - Research Papers RMRS March with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Global effects of accelerated tariff liberalization in the forest products sector to / Shushuai Zhu, Joseph Buongiorno, and David J. Brooks. By Shushuai. Zhu. Abstract. 51 p. Topics: Tariff on wood products., Lumber trade., Forest products industry Author: Shushuai.
Zhu. Effects of accelerated tariff liberalization on the forest products sector: a global modeling approach. Author & abstract Shushuai & Buongiorno, Joseph & Brooks, David J., "Effects of accelerated tariff liberalization on the forest products sector: a global "The Effects of Tariff Removals on the North American Lumber Trade.
Effects of accelerated tariff liberalization on the forest products sector: A global modeling approach Article in Forest Policy and Economics 2(1) April with 34 Reads. Effects of tariff liberalization on terms of trade, real GDP, and welfare The objective of this paper is to investigate the effects of tariff liberalization on the forest products sector and to compare the results with previous by: 5.
INTRODUCTION. Global consumption and trade in forest products has expanded over the past four decades, concurrent with a period of global trade liberalization that continues today (FAOWTO ).For small, open economies and developing countries with relatively large forest resources, trade provides the opportunity to generate wealth and develop and diversify the by: 9.
() analyses the effects of accelerated tariff liberalization on the forest products sector and tariff changes on forest product trade have been studied mostly with single-country partial equilibrium approach. Trade in timber products has generally benefited from. Global effects of accelerated tariff liberalization in the forest products sector to Author: Shushuai Zhu ; Joseph Buongiorno ; David J Brooks ; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.).
Effects of accelerated tariff liberalization on the forest products sector: A global modeling approach. Forest Policy and Economics, 2: 57– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. Accelerated Tariff Liberalization in the Forest Products Sector.
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Combining Revealed and Stated Preference. Abstract. The 21 st century continues a trend of rapid growth in both international trade of forest products and a concern for forests. These two trends are connected. Forces causing trade growth are linked to the loss of native forest resources in some countries and the accumulation of nonnative forest resources in other : Jeffrey P.
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The purpose of this book is to use model simulations to explore the implications of further trade liberalization as envisaged under the Uruguay round and to examine other dominant issues in world trade, including the effects of the opening up of the Soviet Cited by: The Global Forest Products Model (GFPM) book provides a complete introduction to this widely applied computer model.
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pulp and paper.(pdf) A tariff is a tax imposed on the import or export of goods.1 In general parlance, however, a tariff refers to “import duties” charged at the time goods are imported.2 (b) Functions of Tariffs Tariffs have three primary functions: to serve as a source of revenue, to protect domestic industries, and to remedy trade distortions (punitive File Size: 79KB.
Brooks, David J.: Global effects of accelerated tariff liberalization in the forest products sector to / (Portland, OR ( S.W. First Ave., Portland ): U.S. Dept. of Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, ), also by Shushuai Zhu, Joseph Buongiorno, and Or.) Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland (page.
C. To apply the model to investigate the effects, especially on U.S. forest industries, of: The Asian economic crisis and possible recovery, the accelerated tariff liberalization of the Uruguay Round of GATT, and the waste paper recycling policies of the United States and main trading partners.Trade in forest products can have significant impacts on forests in several ways (Part 1).
The liberalization of trade in forest products can increase trade and intensify its impacts, stimulating or facilitating new trade flows, expansion of existing flows, intensification of production techniques and expansion of productive capacity.
(Part 2).Also on the process of the negotiation of free trade of forest products, such approach has emerged from U.S. government. USTR published a report named ‘ Accelerated Tariff Liberalization in the Forest Products Sector: A Study of the Economic and Environmental Effects’.
In the report USTR.