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Analysis on the Drivers of Growth in Forestry Sector and Growth Projection through Growth Accounting Analysis
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  • Journal title : Journal of Korean Forest Society
  • Volume 104, Issue 4,  2015, pp.677-684
  • Publisher : Korean Forest Society
  • DOI : 10.14578/jkfs.2015.104.4.677
 Title & Authors
Analysis on the Drivers of Growth in Forestry Sector and Growth Projection through Growth Accounting Analysis
Lee, Yohan; Jung, Jaeho; Min, KyungTaek;
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 Abstract
This study analyzed a long-run growth trend of the forestry sector in the Republic of Korea, and forecasted the potential growth in the future after investigating main drivers of growth in the forestry sector through growth accounting analysis. Based on results, we finally suggested a direction to go forward in order to achieve a sustainable growth in the field. After Asia financial crisis, the growth rate of the forestry sector was getting stable with the fast recovery of Korean economy. While the main drivers of growth in the field was labor and capital accumulation in 1980s and 1990s, the main driver of growth has been the increment of capital accumulation since 2000. As the result of our analysis for forecasting the potential growth in the field, the contribution of labor, capital, TFP in total growth is expected as 0.09%, 1.58%, and -0.01%, respectively. The potential growth rate of the forestry sector during 2012-2020 is predicted to be 1.65% and the total production will become 36.25 trillion won.
 Keywords
forestry sector;growth accounting analysis;TFP;growth projection;
 Language
Korean
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