publication . Article . 2016

Analysis of Location Quotient index of poplar wood processing value chain in Iran

omid hosseinzadeh; Marzieh Hajjarian; Samira Porbar;
Open Access Persian
  • Published: 01 Jun 2016 Journal: Iranian Journal of Wood and Paper Industries (issn: 2008-9066, eissn: 2423-3242, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Iranian Scientific Association of Wood and Paper Industries
Abstract
Value added in the poplar wood value chain has great economic effects for poplar farmers and have a fundamental role in sustainable supplying of required cellulosic materials of industries in long-term. The purpose of this study was to analyze the value chain of poplar and use the results to improve it. In order to determine the poplar value chain, Porter's value chain analysis framework was used. The statistical society consists of 76 experts to identify poplar wood value who were active in different parts of the value chain. Value chain analysis was performed using the location quotient index. With this method the local economic conditions of poplar wood value...
Subjects
free text keywords: value chain, Poplar wood, Location quotient, Iran, Forestry, SD1-669.5, Printmaking and engraving, NE1-978
Communities
Agricultural and Food Sciences
Rural Digital Europe
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