DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR INTER-USE STUDIES
Deer hunting, Sport hunting, Deer, Hunting seasons, Economic value, Demand curves, Forage, Buffalo hunting
Our traditional theory has much to offer in helping us solve the problems of multiple resource use. The most interesting economic problem is the straight-forward efficiency problem-- whether or not at the margin a unit of resources produces equal value or utility in every alternative use and for every alternative user. The problem is interesting because efficiency disparities obviously exist. In large measure they result from the use of non economic criteria which have been used to allocate the resources.
Original Publication Citation
Designing Research for Inter-Use Studies, Western Farm Economics Association Proceedings, 1962: 182-195, Reno, Nevada, Western Agricultural Economics Research Council Committee on Economics of Range Use Development, Report No. 4: 147-172, 1962.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Gardner, B. Delworth, "DESIGNING RESEARCH FOR INTER-USE STUDIES" (1962). Faculty Publications. 2207.
Western Agricultural Economics Association
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (Western Farm Economics Association) © 1962