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Institute of

WF Forestry

Peer-reviewed articles of Dr. Franziska Schier

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    Tandetzki J, Schier F, Köthke M, Weimar H (2022) An evidence and gap map of the environmental Kuznets curve and the forest transition hypothesis for estimating forest area development. Environ Res Lett 17(12):123005, DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/aca781

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    Schier F, Iost S, Seintsch B, Weimar H, Dieter M (2022) Assessment of possible production leakage from implementing the EU Biodiversity Strategy on forest product markets. Forests 13(8):1225, DOI:10.3390/f13081225

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    Szarka N, Haufe H, Lange N, Schier F, Weimar H, Banse M, Sturm V, Dammer L, Piotrowski S, Thrän D (2021) Biomass flow in bioeconomy: Overview for Germany. Renewable Sustainable Energy Rev 150:111449, DOI:10.1016/j.rser.2021.111449

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    Kallio AMI, Schier F (2021) Editorial for the special issue "Towards the bioeconomy: The role of traditional and emerging products and supporting actions". Forest Pol Econ 131:102573, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2021.102573

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    Schier F, Morland C, Dieter M, Weimar H (2021) Estimating supply and demand elasticities of dissolving pulp, lignocellulose-based chemical derivatives and textile fibres in an emerging forest-based bioeconomy. Forest Pol Econ 126:102422, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2021.102422

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    Egenolf V, Vita G, Distelkamp M, Schier F, Hüfner R, Bringezu S (2021) The timber footprint of the German bioeconomy - state of the art and past development. Sustainability 13(7):3878, DOI:10.3390/su13073878

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    Morland C, Schier F (2020) Modelling bioeconomy scenario pathways for the forest products markets with emerging lignocellulosic products. Sustainability 12(24):10540, DOI:10.3390/su122410540

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    Morland C, Schier F, Weimar H (2020) The structural gravity model and its implications on global forest product trade. Forests 11(2):178, DOI:10.3390/f11020178

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    Schier F, Morland C, Janzen N, Weimar H (2018) Impacts of changing coniferous and non-coniferous wood supply on forest product markets: a German scenario case study. Eur J Forest Res 137(3):279-300, DOI:10.1007/s10342-018-1111-6

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    Morland C, Schier F, Janzen N, Weimar H (2018) Supply and demand functions for global wood markets: Specification and plausibility testing of econometric models within the global forest sector. Forest Pol Econ 92:92-105, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2018.04.003

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