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Economic impacts of alternative timber-cutting scenarios in Finland: an input-output analysis

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  • Rimmler, Thomas
  • Kurttila, Mikko
  • Pesonen, Mauno
  • Koljonen, Kauko

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  • Rimmler, Thomas & Kurttila, Mikko & Pesonen, Mauno & Koljonen, Kauko, 2000. "Economic impacts of alternative timber-cutting scenarios in Finland: an input-output analysis," Forest Policy and Economics, Elsevier, vol. 1(3-4), pages 301-313, December.
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