Michael Vasievich

Adjunct Associate Professor, Forest Economics

Michael  Vasievich


Research Interests

Economic analysis of forest management alternatives; intensive timber management; economic and biophysical risks in forestry; and computer applications for forestry decisions.

Selected Publications

Vasievich, J. M. 1989. Wood fiber production. In Forest resource economics and policy: Strategic directions for the future, Paul V. Ellefson (ed.), pp. 178-192. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press.

Vasievich, J. M. 1989. A dozen recommendations for managing hardwood forests profitably. In Proceedings, 7th central hardwood forest conference. March 5-8, Carbondale, Ill., George Rink, and C. A. Budelsky (eds.), pp. 18-24. General Technical Report NC 132. St. Paul, Minn.: USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.

Vasievich, J. M. 1988. Opportunities for increasing timber supplies through more intensive forestry. In The South’s fourth forest: Alternatives for the future, pp. 231-256, 469-492. Forest Research Report 24. Washington, D.C.: USDA Forest Service.

Vasievich, J. M., D. G. Kowalski, and S. L. Hobrla. 1988. FORSight: The timber price analysis system (version 1.0). Florence, AL: Forest Resources Systems Institute. 146 p. (software and user manual).

Royer, J. P., and J. M. Vasievich. 1987. Economic opportunities and landowner behavior: The responsiveness of southern landowners to market incentives. In Proceedings, Joint Southern Forest Economics Workers-Midwestern Forest Economists, Annual Meeting. Apr. 8-10, Asheville, N.C. 13 p.