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Dr. David Mateiyenu Nanang

Forest Ecology & Productivity Division

Natural Resources Canada, Canada

Director

 

Email: david.nanang@nrcan.gc.ca

 

Qulifications

2002  Ph.D., The University of Alberta, Canada

1996  M.Sc., Lakehead University, Canada

1992  B.Sc., Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana

 

Publications(Selected)

  1. Nanang, D. M. 2010. Analysis of export demand for Ghana’s timberproducts: A multivariate co-integration approach.Journal of ForestEconomics16(1): 47-61.
  2. Nanang, D. M., and G. K. Hauer. 2008. Integrating a random utility model for nontimber forest users into a strategic forest planning model.Journal ofForest Economics14(2): 133-153.
  3. Nanang, D.M., and A. Ghebremichael. 2006. Inter-regional comparisons of production technology in Canada’s timber harvesting industries. Forest Policy and Economics8(8) 797-810.
  4. Nanang, D. M., and G. Hauer. 2006. Estimating the costs of overlapping tenure constraints: A case study in Northern Alberta.Forest Policy and Economics8(6) 610 – 624.
  5. Ghebremichael, A., D. M. Nanang, and R. Yang. 2005. Economic analysis of growth effects of thinning and fertilization of lodgepole pine in Alberta,Canada.Northern Journal of Applied Forestry,22(4): 254-261.
  6. Duku-Kaakyire, A, and D. M. Nanang. 2004. Application of real option theory to forest investment analysis.Forest Policy and Economics6:(6): 539-552.
  7. Nanang, D. M., 2002. Statistical distributions for modeling stand structure of neem(Azadirachta indica A. Juss.) plantations.Journal of Tropical Forest Science14(4): 456-473.
  8. Nanang, D. M, 2000. A multivariate cointegration test of the law of one price for Canadian Softwood lumber markets.Forest Policy and Economics1(3-4):347-355.
  9. Nanang, D. M., and T. K. Nunifu. 1999. Selecting a functional form for anamorphic site index curve estimation.Forest Ecology and Management.118: 211-221.
  10. Nanang, D. M. 1998. Suitability of the normal, log-normal and Weibull distributions for fitting diameter distributions of neem plantations in Northern Ghana.Forest Ecology and Management103(1):1-7.
  11. Nanang, D. M., R. J. Day, and J. N. Amaligo. 1997. Growth and yield of neem (Azadirachta indicaA. Juss.) plantations in Northern Ghana.Commonwealth Forestry Review. 76(2): 103-106.
  12. Ghebremichael, A., and D. M. Nanang. 2004. Economic Viability Analysis of Commercial Thinning Applied on White Spruce Stands at Calling Lake, Alberta. Research Report, Northern Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  13. Ghebremichael, A., and D. M. Nanang. 2004. Inter-regional comparative measures of productivity in the Canadian timber harvesting industry: a multilateral index procedure. Nat. Resour. Can., Can. For. Serv., North. For. Cent., Edmonton, Alberta. Inf. Rep. NOR-X-391. 36p.
  14. Hauer, G., Wellstead, A., Hunt, T., and D. M. Nanang. 2004. An Economic analysis of Carbon Management for the Foothills Model Forest. Research Report. Northern Forestry Centre. Edmonton.
  15. Hauer, G. K, and D. M. Nanang, 2001. A decomposition approach to modeling overlapping tenures in Alberta: A case study. Sustainable Forest Management Network. Final Project Report. Project Report 2001-25. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 23 pp.
  16. Nanang, D. M., and W. Asante 2002. Effect of neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) on food crop production and quality in Northern Ghana. Final Project Report. National Agricultural Research Programme, Accra, Ghana.