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An econometric analysis of output supply and input demand in the Oregon softwood lumber and plywood industries Public Deposited

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  • The present study employs a normalized restricted quadratic profit function approach to estimate lumber and plywood supply and Marshallian factor demand elasticities for four region-product combinations in Oregon for the period 1970-2010. The four log demand functions will be employed as the "demand side" of the log market model of the NARA project, which is attempting to develop a new, viable, aviation fuel industry using wood and wood waste in the Pacific Northwest.
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