TITLE

TIME TO CHANGE THE MANAGEMENT OF THE FOREST EXPLOITATION IN ROMANIA - A NATIONAL PRIORITY --

AUTHOR(S)
Moatar, Mihaela; Stefan, Carolina; Fora, Ciprian; Stanciu, Sorin
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
Proceedings of the International Multidisciplinary Scientific Ge;2014, Vol. 2, p509
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The thesis, the statements, the observations and the solutions of the identified problems are based on the following: Experience in the logging for a long period in two specific savings of Romania: centralized economics in the socialist period and the market economy today, with a long transition between the two phases; Diversified experience in the forest culture field and exploitation from the position of the Manager at Forest Districts, County Forestry Department, local authorities, wood logging companies to higher education fields and forestry researchers; Experience of logging and wood working in the private companies, after socialist period until now, where we observe closely the developments in the forestry sector of activity; Diagnostic tests performed on the types of companies mentioned above; The Ph.D. thesis, published by the researchers, within the field of higher education; The analyzes and the results of the work of Foresters Association of Romania (ASFOR); The careful observation of the phenomenon and forest exploitation activities in Romania and Central and Eastern European countries, similar in terms of the social and economic organization in the period 1980-2013, in order to determine the best model on the basis of experience in this field. This research presents concrete forestry management' measurements to reduce and even eliminate the pressure of these companies (for their economical benefits) on forestry staff.
ACCESSION #
101013704

 

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