Technological change and tropical deforestation: a perspective at the household level
Daan van Soest (),
Erwin Bulte (),
Arild Angelsen () and
Gerrit van Kooten
Environment and Development Economics, 2002, vol. 7, issue 2, 269-280
We analyse the effects of technological change in agriculture on forest clearing by households in developing countries. The possible effects are found to be many and diverse, depending on the type of change and the institutional context. We conclude that agricultural intensification is certainly not the panacea that some believe it to be.
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