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In general, (more) secure tenure will help the land user adopt long-term profitable solutions. In some circumstances, that will favour forest management, but in many cases it will not. It depends on whether forestry is actually the long-run most profitable option - or whether that is cattle ranching, oil-palm estates, soybean fields - or even to sell the land to other parties. Depending on the socio-economic context, secure tenure seems to have a more positive effect on tree planting and agro-forestry than on natural forest management Trees take time to grow, so the decision to allocate land almost per definition requires control over the land until harvest.
The opposite reaction occurs under the neo-classical standard economic assumptions of profit maximisation and unlimited wants. Farmers faced with a higher profitability in cocoa will allocate more labour, capital and land to cocoa to take maximum advantage of the price boom. This means normally that they will deforest more, rather than less. 4 Economic Models of Tropical Deforestation The book "Economic models of tropical deforestation" (Kaimowitz and Angelsen 1998) was a state-of-the-art review of a range of different types of models explaining forest loss in the tropics.
On the other hand, when people get less poor they also start to consume more protein-rich foodstuff like meat and dairies, which has an impact on forests. They may also save more money, which alleviates their capital constraints vis-a-vis investments requiring forest clearing. As we will see below, the aggregate impact of poverty alleviation on forests depends on the relative weight of these different factors. 2 The Role of Trade and Foreign-Exchange Inflows Both the forthcoming book on eight specialised oil and mineral exporters (Wunder 2003) and aggregate-level statistical comparisons of this group with tropical nonmineral exporters (Mainardi 1998; Sunderlin and Wunder 2000) confirm two basic facts.