Edwards, J., Kay, J. and Mayer, C. (1987) The Economic Analysis of Accounting Profitability. Clarendon Press, Oxford, UK. Elwood, N. (1998) personal communication. Farley, S. (1993) Depreciation and the Costing of Forest Harvesting ...
Author: Geoff Bright
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book, written by Bright, provides information for students and practitioners on the tools on financial management within the context of forestry. Topics covered include the management process, budgeting steps for profit, cash and capital, recording, accounts construction and appraisal, evaluation of alternative investments, information technology and tax. The book is intended for a global audience, but it also includes specific appendices relating the content to the USA (by Ellwood), and Australia and New Zealand (by Bilek).
Written for the forest manager, land agent and the forestry/rural economy student, either at the technical or university level, this book describes how systems of cost and financial accounting and financial yield may be built up, every step ...
Author: K. Openshaw
Category: Business & Economics
Written for the forest manager, land agent and the forestry/rural economy student, either at the technical or university level, this book describes how systems of cost and financial accounting and financial yield may be built up, every step being illustrated by a series of interrelated examples. Financial accounting gives a precise view of a forest venture from year to year, whereas financial yield endeavours to show the profitability of a tree crop over its rotation. Cost accounting probes into detail and is an essential management tool for budget control, profit maximisation and planning. It may thus be said that the book deals with an important and essential aspect of forestry
Aspect Legal obligation for forest enterprises to keep books ( see also Overview 5 ) Recommendations for using ... to have double - entry book - keeping . other public forests : budgeting regulations - usually government accounts and ...
Author: Lawrence Dale TeeterPublish On: 2002-12-06
The book will be of interest to forest owners , forest industry decision makers , pol- icy makers and students of forestry and natural resource economics and policy . Also available from CABI Publishing Forestry Budgets and Accounts ...
Author: Lawrence Dale Teeter
Category: Electronic books
Annotation. There is currently great concern about the sustainability of forestry and the contribution of private forestry towards this aim. The need to better understand the impact of different policy choices on private forestry has never been more important. This book includes a selection of peer-reviewed papers from a conference held in Atlanta in March 2001.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural ResourcesPublish On: 2008
Since 2002 , almost $ 2 billion has been transferred from FS accounts to pay for fire fighting costs . ... In FY 2007 , there was a balance of $ 53 million in the Fire Suppression account and the Forest Service intends to trans- fer ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
PFES accounts for 22% of the total forestry budget and plays significant role in covering the costs of protection fees for more than 5 million hectares of forestland in Vietnam. Although REDD+ was implemented in Vietnam in 2009, ...
Author: Pham, T.T.
This CIFOR Occasional Paper assessed opportunities and challenges in mobilizing finance to implement the Vietnam Forestry Development Strategy (VFDS) for 2006-2020. After 10 years of VFDS implementation, the forestry sector has witnessed many achievements
the forest management and production goals and the size and nature of the forests. Binding forest-related budgeting regulations for standardised account groups need to be agreed on to ensure comparability among different public entities ...
Author: Franz Schmithüsen
Category: Business & Economics
Forestry has long been in a rather favourable position in offering a valuable raw material source in high demand. However, with rapidly changing end-user demands and cost competitiveness within the forest and wood chain as a whole, the industry is needing to adapt. Explaining entrepreneurial action as part of a chain of comprehensive value-added processes leads to a new perception of forest production and wood processing. This book applies the main concepts of modern managerial science to the world of forestry and is the perfect book for students studying forestry and wood processing, as well as entrepreneurs and managers within the sector. Topics are covered from an entrepreneurial perspective and include perspectives from accounting, finance, economics, supply chain management, marketing and strategy.
Author: United States. Office of Management and BudgetPublish On: 1998
Research is the key to sustaining our forest and rangeland productivity and health while providing a quality ... code 12–1104-0-1-302 Direct : Distribution of budget authority by account : State and private forestry Emergency pest ...
Author: United States. Office of Management and Budget
because all stumpage fees were received by the local budget . If a logging company , buying forest stands , put the stumpage fee directly on the current account of the forestry enterprise , these accruals would be considered to be an ...
Author: Max Krott
Category: Technology & Engineering
Policies for Sustainable Forestry in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine provides a thorough analysis of the key factors in the transition process affecting the forest sector in the eponymous countries. Moreover, it designs new strategies for sustainable development in these areas. The book attempts to strengthen selected trends in the forest sector in each country so that they may gradually achieve sustainability and create a market economy. The key factors are identified by making use of several different sources: scientific papers, interviews with experts from the three countries and the personal experiences of the co-authors living in the countries. The strategies propose new and interesting options for improving forest management by optimizing forestry within closed production units. Further strategies deal with reorientation of forest planning, transition oriented labor management and acquisition of resources for forestry from state and markets. Policies for Sustainable Forestry in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine also gives new insights into the political factors and informal strategies within the forestry sector. It serves as an important addition to existing economic market models and will draw attention to the political process driving the transition. This information is helpful to both experts in economics as well as foresters in the field as it gives them an understanding of the complexity of building up a market economy by transition.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and ForestryPublish On: 1999
More importantly , perhaps , we also found that the Forest Service could not account for maintenance expenditures ... to move previously charged ex- penses from one budgetary account , where funds may have been exhausted , to an- other ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry