English, Article edition: Institutions as a Public Mechanism, Providing Profitability for Forest Owners and Users in the Models of Bulgarian Forest Sector Management Konstantin Kolev; Ivan Yovkov

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  • Institutions as a Public Mechanism, Providing Profitability for Forest Owners and Users in the Models of Bulgarian Forest Sector Management
Author
  • Konstantin Kolev
  • Ivan Yovkov
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  • The meaning of the categories contradiction and conflict is clarified. On this basis the conclusion is drawn up that contradictions in the different spheres of society are the source of changes in the institutions. The main characteristics of the Prussian and the American model of institutional changes and development of forestry are pointed out accordingly. As a result some lessons and trends for future institutional changes in the Bulgarian forest sector are formulated.
  • RePEc:bas:econth:y:2009:i:2:p:73-91
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  • English
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