Diversity of incentives for private forest landowners: An assessment of programs in Indiana, USA

  • York A
  • Janssen M
  • Carlson L
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Abstract

Many government and private programs provide incentives for non-industrial private forest (NIPF) owners. Due to the complexity of this web of programs, the incentives of the programs are unclear. We focus on four specific programs that represent different rule structures-a federal cost-share program, a state tax incentive program, a nationwide private stewardship program, and a local private conservation organization. We perform institutional analysis of the formal and informal rules of the programs based on literature review, discussions with officers, and formal guidelines of the programs. We classify different types of rule structures, and explain them in relation to goals and organizational structures of the programs. © 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Forest
  • Government programs
  • Institutions
  • Non-governmental organizations

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