Comparative advantage and government price intervention policies in forestry.
By: Power, John; Tumaneng, Tessie.Series: PIDS Working Paper No.8305.Publisher: Makati, Metro Manila : Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 1983. Description: 57 leaves : illustrations ; 28 cm.Subject(s): Lumber trade -- Philippines. Lumber -- Prices -- Government policy -- Philippines. Forest policy -- Philippines. Comparative advantage (International trade) Forest policy. Lumber -- Prices -- Government policy. Lumber trade. PhilippinesOnline resources: Click here to access online
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The export log ban would have the same effect as imposing an export tax. Similar to the quota system, a complete log ban on exports raises no revenue and only by accident would it accomplish the right output limitation. These are few among the many observations that this paper professes. It also notes a strong comparative advantage in producing logs and processing them for exports.