Über den Autor
Professor Max Krott is director of the Institute for Forest Policy and Nature Conservation at the University of Göttingen, Germany. He is well experienced in forest policy throughout the whole of Europe. He explores the users of the forest and stakeholders comprised of forest owners, associations, political parties, government and administration. The analysis of the informational, economic and regulatory policy instruments covers the formal as well as the informal processes of policy formulation and implementation. The theory based results are highly relevant for forest policy in all European countries whereas the examples are drawn from Germany.
1. Professionalization Of Forest Sector Policy Making.
2. Interests And Conflicts In The Forest Sector.
3. Programs For Forest Protection And Utilization.
4. Forest Users: Owners, Workers and Employees, And The General Population.
5. Associations And Political Parties.
6. Government And Administration.
7. Informational Instruments.
8. Economic Instruments.
9. Regulatory Instruments.
10. Land-Use Planning.
11. Political System And Political Process.
Professor Max Krott, Director of the Institute of Forest Policy and Nature Conservation at the University of Göttingen, Germany, introduces the most important political players and stakeholders, including the forest owners, the general population, forest workers and employees, forest associations and administration, as well as the media. He illustrates the political and regulatory instruments using examples in current forest policy. Forest Policy Analysis places a special emphasis on the informal processes that are indispensable in understanding practical politics. References made to current English and German-language publications on forest policy studies enable further information to be found with concern to special issues.
Only social science based textbook on Forest Policy (from the original German "Politikfeldanalyse Forstwirtschaft")
Special emphasis on informal processes indispensable in understanding practical politics