Guidelines for authors for the Scandinavian Society of Forest Economics meeting in Järvenpää, Finland May 12-15, 2004. All papers may be published in the proceedings Scandinavian Forest Economics vol. 40. Deadline for full papers June 30, 2004.
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tables and text.
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Often the abstract makes a summary unnecessary. At the end of the abstract add up to 5
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Figur 1 Normalized histograms for efficiency scores assuming “crs” technology,
together with density function for the corresponding estimated censored
log- normal distributions. Farms with 30-60 cows.
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Please follow the format examples below. Do not use journal abbreviations, spell out the
whole name. Include total page numbers for books. Include the page numbers of the
relevant material whenever a textbook is cited (e.g., Kreps 1990, pp. xx-xx). Publisher of
book or proceedings is required.
Literature Citation Examples
Please use 10 point Times New Ro man for producing the reference list.
CHARNES, A., COOPER, W.W., LEWIN, A.Y. AND SEIFORD, L.M.(EDS.) 1995. Data
Envelopment Analysis: Theory, Methodology and Applications. Kluwer Academic
Publishers, Dordrecht, 528 pp.
Chapter in Book
JANSSEN, R. AND RIETVELD, P. 1990. Multicriteria Analysis and Geographical
Information Systems: An Application to Agricultural Land Use in the Netherlands. In:
Scholten, H.J. and Stillwell, J.C.H. (eds.). Geographical Information Systems for Urban
and Regional Planning. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 129-139.
Article in Journal
KEENAN, D.C. AND O’BRIEN,M.J. 1993. Competition, Collusion, and Chaos. Journal of
Economic Dynamics and Control 17: 327-353.
THOMPSON,W., HALME, M., BROWN, S., VERTINSKY, I. AND SCHREIER, H. 1994. Timber Harvest Scheduling Subject to Wildlife and Adjacency Constraints. In: Sessions, J. and Brodie, J.D. (eds.). Management Systems for a Global Economy with Global Resource
Concerns. Proceedings of the 1994 Symposium on System Analysis in Forest Resources,
California, pp. 261-269.
MASON, R.R. AND PAUL, H.G. 1994. Monitoring Larval Populations of the Douglas- fir
Tussock Moth and Western Spruce Budworm on Permanent Plots: Sampling Methods
and Statistical Properties of Data. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNWGTR-
333, 22 pp.
TORRES-ROJO, J.M. 1989. The Use of Relaxation to Solve Harvest Scheduling Problems
with Flow, Wildlife Habitat, and Adjacency Constraints. PhD Dissertation, Department
of Forest Resources, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR, 210 pp.