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Institute of

WF Forestry

Peer-reviewed articles of Dr. Dominik Jochem

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    Jochem D, Bösch M, Weimar H, Dieter M (2021) National wood fiber balances for the pulp and paper sector: An approach to supplement international forest products statistics. Forest Pol Econ 131:102540, DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2021.102540

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    Schweinle J, Geng N, Iost S, Weimar H, Jochem D (2020) Monitoring sustainability effects of the bioeconomy: a material flow based approach using the example of softwood lumber and its core product epal 1 pallet. Sustainability 12(6):2444, DOI:10.3390/su12062444

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn062173.pdf

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    Iost S, Labonte NT, Banse M, Geng N, Jochem D, Schweinle J, Weber SA, Weimar H (2019) German bioeconomy: economic importance and concept of measurement [online]. German J Agric Econ 68(4):275-288, zu finden in <https://www.gjae-online.de/articles/german-bioeconomy-economic-importance-and-concept-of-measurement/> [zitiert am 03.12.2019]

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    Jochem D, Janzen N, Weimar H (2016) Estimation of own and cross price elasticities of demand for wood-based products and associated substitutes in the German construction sector. J Cleaner Prod 137:1216-1227, DOI:10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.07.165

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    Jochem D, Weimar H, Bösch M, Mantau U, Dieter M (2015) Estimation of wood removals and fellings in Germany: a calculation approach based on the amount of used roundwood. Eur J Forest Res 134(5):869-888, DOI:10.1007/s10342-015-0896-9

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    Bösch M, Jochem D, Weimar H, Dieter M (2015) Physical input-output accounting of the wood and paper flow in Germany. Resources Conserv Recycl 94:99-109, DOI:10.1016/j.resconrec.2014.11.014

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