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Recreational and environmental markets for forest enterprises: a new approach towards marketability of public goods.

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This book is the published outcome of the RES project (Niche markets for recreational and environmental services from multiple forest production systems) funded by the European Commission. The book discusses the project's leading ideas, basic assumptions, summary and recommendations; an analysis of case studies in Germany, Italy, Austria and The Netherlands; economic strategies for transformation ...

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Chapter 3 (Page no: 95)

Economic strategies for transformation and product development.

This chapter analyses the transformation and development of public goods (environmental and recreational goods and services, ERGS) provided by forestry and the related environment into marketable private goods and services - what is defined here as recreational and environmental services (RES) products. This chapter in particular reports on the results of the section of the questionnaire entitled 'Strategies for transformation', used by the EU research project "Niche Markets for Recreational and Environmental Services from Multiple Forest Production Systems". The main goal is the identification of the general methods or paths of transformation/development of ERGS into RES products. Indications are therefore deduced so that the main factors behind the transformation/development can be outlined and their applicability to different cases/sites can be determined.

Other chapters from this book

Chapter: 1 (Page no: 1) The RES project - introduction and conclusion. Author(s): Mantau, U. Merlo, M. Sekot, W. Welcker, B.
Chapter: 2 (Page no: 29) Case-study analysis. Author(s): Mantau, U. Merlo, M. Sekot, W. Welcker, B.
Chapter: 4 (Page no: 149) Marketing tools for the development of RES products. Author(s): Mantau, U. Merlo, M. Sekot, W. Welcker, B.
Chapter: 5 (Page no: 239) Contracts and organizations as a basis of market development. Author(s): Mantau, U. Merlo, M. Sekot, W. Welcker, B.
Chapter: 6 (Page no: 309) Multifunctional forest management. Author(s): Mantau, U. Merlo, M. Sekot, W. Welcker, B.
Chapter: 7 (Page no: 409) Delimitation of property rights. Author(s): Mantau, U. Merlo, M. Sekot, W. Welcker, B.
Chapter: 8 (Page no: 465) Forest policy analysis - evaluation studies of public acceptance. Author(s): Mantau, U. Merlo, M. Sekot, W. Welcker, B.