Table of contents for China's forests : global lessons from market reforms / edited by William F. Hyde, Brian Belcher, Jintao Xu,


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 China's Forest Policy
Contents
Preface 	
Contributors	
1.	Introduction	
William F. Hyde, Jintao Xu, and Brian Belcher
2.	Devolution as a Means of Expanding Local Forest Management in the South: 
Lessons from the Last 20 Years	
Dachang Liu and David Edmunds
3.	Taxes and Fees in the South China Collective Forest Region	
Jinlong Liu, Wenfa Xiao, and Natasha Landell-Mills
4.	Central Characteristics of Reform: Measures of the Effects of Improved 
Property Rights, a Stable Policy Environment, and Environmental Protection	
Runsheng Yin
5.	Policy Reform and Investment in Forestry	
Daowei Zhang
6.	Forest Exploitation and Protection during and after Reforms: Assessing the 
Impact of Policy and Economic Growth	
Scott Rozelle, Jikun Huang, and Vince Benziger
7.	Deforestation and Reforestation in Hainan: Roles of Markets and Institutions	00
Yaoqi Zhang, Jussi Uusivuori, Jari Kuuluvainen, and Shashi Kant
8.	Forestry, Poverty, and Rural Development: Perspectives from the Bamboo 
Subsector	00
Manuel Ruiz Pérez, Brian Belcher, Maoyi Fu, and Xiaosheng Yang
9.	Impacts of Policy Reforms on Forest Environments and Biodiversity	00
Jeffrey A. Sayer and Changjin Sun
10.	Conclusions and Policy Implications	00
William F. Hyde, Jintao Xu, Brian Belcher, Runsheng Yin, and Jinlong Liu
Index	
About the Editors (?)	
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Forest policy China, Forest management China, Forests and forestry Economic aspects China