Firewood Collections and Economic Growth in Rural Nepal 1995-2010: Evidence from a Household Panel
Jean-Marie Baland (),
François Libois and
Dilip Mookherjee ()
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A longitudinal household survey from World Bank Living Standards Measurement Survey (LSMS) was used for the study. A relatively small (but representative) sample of households residing in the mountainous regions of Nepal (i.e., excluding the low-lying Terai regions) were surveyed in three successive rounds of the Nepal LSMS corresponding to 1995, 2003 and 2010, while other sub-samples were surveyed in two of these waves, thus an unbalanced household panel was used. A household panel data set is used to investigate the effects of economic growth on firewood collection in Nepal between 1995 and 2010.[BREAD Working Paper No. 374]. URL:[http://ipl.econ.duke.edu/bread/papers/working/374.pdf].
Keywords: Nepal; fire wood; economic growth; livestock; education; connectivity and out-migration; non-farm business assets; road connectivity; media; scholars; environmental degradation; deforestation; India; urbanization; industrialization; income growth; forest (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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