Communautarist networks in African rainforests
Jean-Marc Roda () and
No 40400, Working Papers from CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40
Since the 1970s world trade in unprocessed wood or preprocessed wood reached a stable level between 150 and 200 million m3, while, since 1985, world consumption varies between 3.2 and 3.4 billion m3 annually1. Thus, woodwork networks seem to be caught between two worlds with virtually independent structures, on the one hand, in developed countries, and, on the other hand, in developing countries. However, this apparent period of stabilization was undoubtedly a period of development, preparing the implementation of new organizations of production, whose forerunners emerge since the mid-1990s. The determining criteria are the ability to react and the rigorous response to demand. The very flexible strategies of supply and the mobility of capital are organized by companies on a global scale, which casts doubts on forest policies.
JEL-codes: D21 D23 D85 F23 L22 L73 O13 Q17 Q23 Q56 Q57 R12 Z13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 5 pages
Date: 2004-05, Revised 2005-12
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Published in African Geopolitics, january 2005, pages 117-126
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