Dr. Shashi Kant: Publications

MScSM Program DirectorShashi Kant

Professor, Forest Economies and Management

Institute for Management and Innovation
University of Toronto Mississauga
Innovation Complex, 3359 Mississauga Road, Ontario, L5L1C6
Phone: 905-569-5739

Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto
33 Willcocks Street, Toronto, Ontario. M5S 3B3Class of 2019
Phone: 416-978-6196  

E-mail: shashi.kant@utoronto.ca

Shashi's full CV can be found here

 

Books

Kant, S. and J. Alavalapati. (eds.) 2014. Handbook of Forest Resource Economics. Earthscan from Routledge, New York. 560 p.

Kant, S. (ed.) 2013. Post-Faustmann Forest Resource Economics. Dordrecht: Springer. 293 p.

Kant, S., and R. A. Berry (eds.) 2005. Economics, Sustainability, and Natural Resources: Economics of Sustainable Forest Management. Dordrecht: Springer, 272 p.

Kant, S., and R. A. Berry (eds.) 2005. Institutions, Sustainability, and Natural Resources: Institutions for Sustainable Forest Management. Dordrecht: Springer, 361 p.

Kant, S., N. M. Singh., and K. Singh. 1991. Community Based Forest Management Systems: Case Studies from Orissa. Published by SIDA, ISO/Swedforest, and IIFM Bhopal. 

Translation of Research Work

Yi Xie and Yali Wen. 2005. Chinese Translation, Kant, S. 2003. Extending the Boundaries of Forest Economics (Forest Policy and Economics, 5, 39-56). Forestry Economics Journal 

Foreword and Prefaces

Kant, S. 2007. Foreword. Geir, B. Asheim. Justifying, Characterizing, and Indicating Sustainability (pp. X-XI). Dordrecht: Springer.

Kant, S. 2005. Preface of the Series. In S. Kant, and R. A. Berry (eds.) Sustainability, Economics, and Natural Resources: Economics of Sustainable Forest Management (pp. XV- XVI). Dordrecht: Springer. 

Book Reviews

Kant, S. 2011. One Hundred Rings and Counting: Forestry Education and Forestry in Toronto and Canada, 1907-2007 By Mark Kuhlberg University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Buffalo London. Reprinted in The Forestry Chronicle, 87(3):444-445.

Kant, S. 2010. One Hundred Rings and Counting: Forestry Education and Forestry in Toronto and Canada, 1907-2007 By Mark Kuhlberg University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Buffalo London. International Forestry Review, 12(4): 428-429. 

Book Chapters Published

Casimirri, G., and Kant, S. 2017. Factors Affecting Success in a First Nation, Government and Forest Industry Collaborative Process. In Bullock, R., Broad, G., Palmer, L., and Smith, P. (eds) 2017.. Bridging Practice, Research and Advocacy for Communities and their Forests. University of Manitoba Press, pp. 137-181

Kant, S. 2014.Valuation of Ecosystem Services from Afforested Private Lands. In Bhojvaid, P. P. (ed.). Sustainable Forest Management for Multiple Values: A Paradigm Shift, Dehradun: Forest Research Institute, India.

Kant, S. and J. Alavalapati. 2014. Evolving Forest Resource Economic Thought. In Kant, S. and J. Alavalapati (Eds.) Handbook of Forest Resource Economics, New York: Routledge, pp. 1-8. 

Kumar, P. and S. Kant. 2014. Game theoretic modelling in forest economics. In Kant, S. and J. Alavalapati (Eds.) Handbook of Forest Resource Economics, New York: Routledge, pp. 490-503.

Kant, S. 2013. Post-Faustmann Forest Resource Economics. In Kant, S. (Ed.). 2013. Post- Faustmann Forest Resource Economics. Dordrecht: Springer. pp. 1-19.

Shahi, C. and S. Kant. 2013. Are Forest User Groups Rational Economic or Social Agents? Experimental Evidence from India. In Kant, S. (Ed.). 2013. Post-Faustmann Forest Resource Economics. Dordrecht: Springer. pp. 23-39.

Kijazi, M. and S. Kant. 2013. Complexity Theory and Forest Resource Economics. In Kant, S. (Ed.). 2013. Post-Faustmann Forest Resource Economics. Dordrecht: Springer. pp.41-70.

Kant, S. and C. Shahi. 2013. Multiple Forest Stocks and Harvesting Decisions: The Enhanced Green Golden Rule. In Kant, S. (Ed.). 2013. Post-Faustmann Forest Resource Economics. Dordrecht: Springer. pp. 259.275.

Natalie, S., S. Kant, and David C. Natcher. 2009. Aboriginal forest tenure attributes for the Kwadacha traditional territory. In Marc G Stevenson and David C Natcher (eds). “Changing the Culture of Forestry in Canada: Building effective Institutions for Aboriginal Engagement in Sustainable Forest Management”. CCI Press and SFMN. pp.127-142.

Kant, S. Economics of Woodfuels. State of the World’s Forests: 2005. FAO, Rome, pp. 98-105.

Kant, S. 2005. Institutions, Sustainable Forest Management, and Post-Newtonian Economics. In S. Kant and R. A. Berry (eds.) Sustainability, Institutions, and Natural Resources: Institutions for Sustainable Forest Management (pp. 341-356). Dordrecht: Springer.

Kant, S. 2005. Post Newtonian Economics and Sustainable Forest Management. In S. Kant, and R. A. Berry (eds.) Sustainability, Economics, and Natural Resources: Economics of Sustainable Forest Management (pp.1-22). Dordrecht: Springer.

Kant, S., and R. A. Berry. 2005. Sustainability, Economics, and Forest Management. In S. Kant, and R. A. Berry (eds.) Sustainability, Economics, and Natural Resources: Economics of Sustainable Forest Management (pp.253-267). Dordrecht: Springer.

Kant, S., and R. A. Berry. 2005. Sustainability, Institutions, and Forest Management. In S. Kant and R. A. Berry (eds.) Sustainability, Institutions, and Natural Resources: Institutions for Sustainable Forest Management (pp. 1-20). Dordrecht: Springer. 

Kant, S., and R. A. Berry. 2005. Institutions, Organizations, and External Setting: Dynamic of Institutions. In S. Kant and R. A. Berry (eds.) Sustainability, Institutions, and Natural Resources: Institutions for Sustainable Forest Management (pp. 83-114). Dordrecht: Springer.

Yaoqi Zhang and S Kant. 2005. Collective forests and forestland: physical asset rights versus economic rights. In Peter Ho (ed.) Developmental Dilemmas: Land Reform and Institutional Change in China (pp.283-307). London: Routledge. [change to TNR font]

Kant, S. and E. Lehrer. 2004. A framework for institutional analysis of agro-forestry systems. In Janaki Alvalapati and Evan Mercer (eds). Valuing Agroforestry Systems (pp.279-302). Dordrecht Kluwer.

Bengston, D., and S Kant. 2004. Recent Trends & Issues Concerning Multiple Values and Forest Management in North America. In Forests in the Global Balance – Changing Paradigms. IUFRO, Austria.

Yaoqi Zhang, Jussi Uusivuori, Jari Kuuluvainen, S Kant. 2003.The Extra-Sectoral Impacts on Forestry Development in Hainan, China. In William F Hyde et al. (eds.) China’s Forests: Global Lessons from Market Reforms (pp. 135-150). Washington, D.C.: RFF, and Bogor: CIFOR.

Kant S. 2001. The Evolution of Forest Regimes in India and China: A Comparative Analysis. In Palo, M., Uusivuori, J. and Mery, G. (eds.), World Forests, Market and Policy. Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherlands. pp. 341-352.

Kant, S. 2000. Path dependence, multiple euilibria, and adaptive efficiency in Forest Regimes in India. In H Johnston, R. C. Tremblay, and John R. Wood (eds.) South Asia between Turmoil and Hope. South Asia Council of Canadian Asian Studies Association and Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, Calgery, Alberta. pp. 59-91.

Kant, S., and Roshan Cooke. 1999. Minimising Conflict in joint forest management. In Daniel Buckles (ed.) "Cultivating Peace: Conflict and Collaboration in Natural Resource Management." IDRC, Ottawa and World Bank Institute, Washington, D.C. pp. 81-100.

Kant, S. 1999. Forests and tribal economy. In Klaus Seeland and Franz Schmith (ed.) "Man in the Forest" DK Agencies, New Delhi. pp. 249-268.

Kant, S. 1998. Socio-economic factors and dynamics of forest regimes in developing economies. Proceedings of the Symposium on "Institutional Aspects of Managerial Economics and Accounting in Forestry" Ostia/Rome. Pp307-336.

Invited Book Chapters in Process

Kant, S., Vertinsky, I., and Zhang, B. 2017. Subjective Wellbeing of Aboriginal Peoples of Canada: A Multi-domain Perspective. In Manning, M., and Fleming, Christopher (eds.). Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Wellbeing. Expected publication in 2018.

Kant, S., Vertinsky, I., and Zhang, B. 2017. Mother Earth and Wellbeing of First Nations People of Canada. In Maddison, D., Rehdanz, K., and Welsch, H. (eds.) Handbook on Wellbeing, Happiness and the Environment. Edward Elgar Publishing. Expected Publication in 2018.

Refereed Journal Articles

Kant, S., Deegen, P., Wang, S., Hostettler, M., Xu, J., and Valatin, G. 2016. New Frontiers of Forest Economics: forest economics beyond the perfectly competitive commodity markets. Forest Policy and Economics, 72, 1-6.

Kant, S., Vertinsky, I., Zheng, B. 2016. Valuation of Ecosystem Services Using the Life Satisfaction Approach: The Case of Land Use Activities of the First Nations Peoples of Canada. Forest Policy and Economics, 72, 46-55.

Kumar, P., and Kant, S. 2016. Revealed Social Preferences and Game Theoretic Modelling of Joint Forest Management. Forest Policy and Economics, 72, 37-45.

Kant, S., Vertinsky, I., Zheng, B., and Smith, P. 2014. Multi-Domain Subjective Wellbeing of two Canadian First Nations Communities. World Development, 64, 140-157.

Mehrotra, S., S. Kant., and I. Majumdar. 2014. Industry Cycles in the US Softwood Lumber Industry: 1985-2010. Forest Products Journal, 64(3/4), 116-125.

Kant, S., Vertinsky, I., Zheng, B., and Smith, P. 2013. Social, Cultural, and Land Use Determinants of the Health and Well-being of Aboriginal Peoples of Canada: A Path Analysis. Journal of Public Health Policy, 34:472-476.

Kant, S., Wang, S., Deegen, P., Hostettler, M., von Detten, R., Howard, T., Laband, D., Montgomery, C., Robert, R., Sekot, W.,Valatin, G., and Zhang, D. 2013. New Frontiers of Forest Economics. Forest Policy and Economics, 35:1-8.

Khajuria, Rajendra and S. Kant. 2012. Valuation of Timber Harvesting Options Using State- Space Specification of Timber Prices. The Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 42(1): 1-11.

Kijazi M., and S. Kant. 2011. Evaluation of welfare functions of environmental amenities: A
case of forest biomass fuels in Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
. Ecological Economics, 72(2011):129-139.

Shahi, C. and S. Kant. 2011. An evolutionary game theoretic approach to Joint Forest
Management.
International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics, 23 (11), 38-55.

Kijazi, M. and S. Kant. 2011. Social acceptability of alternative forest regimes in Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, using stakeholder attitudes as metrics of uncertainty. Forest Policy and Economics, 3(4): 242-257.

Kijazi, M. and S. Kant. 2010. Forest stakeholders' value preferences in Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Forest Policy and Economics. 12:357-369.

Khajuria, R. S. Kant., and S. Laaksonen-Craig. 2009. Valuation of timber harvesting options using contingent claims approach. Land Economics 85(4):655-674.

Yang, F., S. Kant, and Emmanuel R. Asinas. 2009. An Economic Perspective on the Determination of Dumping in the US-Canada Softwood Lumber Trade. The Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39:1011-1023.

Shahi C., and S. Kant. 2009. Cointegrating relationship and the degree of market integration among the North American softwood lumber product markets. The Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 39(11):2129-2137.

Mehrotra, S., and S. Kant. 2009. Use of composite forest commodity price indices for
Cointegration analysis.
Journal of Forest Economics, 15 (2009), pp. 237-260

Araujo, M., S. Kant., L. Couto. 2009. Why Brazilian companies are certifying their forests? Forest Policy and Economics, 11(2009):579-585.

Han Xiao, Y. Wen., and S. Kant. 2009. The global competitiveness of the Chinese wooden furniture industry. Forest Policy and Economics, 11(2009):561-569.

Robson, M., and S. Kant. 2009. Contextual Influences on Consensus-building and
Cooperation in Community-based Forest Co-management in Ontario, Canada. Human Ecology, 37(5): 547-558

Tang, X., S. Kant, S, Laaksonen-Craig., and E. Asinas. 2008. Measuring the competitiveness of the Canadian pulp and paper in the US Market. The Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38(12):2951-2964.

Fenge, Y., and S. Kant. 2008. Rent Capture Analysis of Ontario's Stumpage System Using an Enhanced Parity Bounds Model. Land Economics, 84(4):667-688.

Ha, Van. N., Kant, S., and Maclaren, V. 2008. Shadow Prices of Environmental Outputs and Production Efficiency of Household-Level Paper Recycling Units in Vietnam. Ecological Economics, 65:98-110.

Fenge, Y., and S. Kant. 2008. Forest Level Analysis of Uneven-aged Hardwood Forests. The Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38(2):376-393.

Khajuria, R. S. Laaksonen-Craig, and S. Kant. 2008. A marginal cost analysis of trade-offs in old-growth preservation in Ontario. Forest Policy and Economics, 10,326-335

Kant, S., and D. Brubacher. 2008. Aboriginal expectations and perceived effectiveness of forest management practices and forest certification in Ontario. The Forestry Chronicle,
84(3):378-391.

Kant, S. 2007. Sustainability, economics, and forest resources. Forestry Chronicle, 83(4); 478-481.

Robson, M. and S. Kant. 2007. Structure of Causation and its Influence on Cooperation: A Comparative Study of Forest Management in Ontario, Canada. Forest Policy and Economics,10(1-2):70-81.

Kumar, S, S Kant, and Terry L. Amburgey. 2007. Foresters’ Resistance to Community-based Forest Management: A Psychoanalytical Perspective. Administration and Society, 39(5):569-610.

Robson, M., and S. Kant. 2007. The development of government agency and stakeholder cooperation: a comparative study of two Local Citizens Committee's (LCCs) participation in forest management in Ontario, Canada. Forest Policy and Economics, 9(8):1113-1133.

Kant, S. 2007. Editorial: Sustainable Forest Management, Multiple Forest Values, and
Economics. Forest Policy and Economics, 9(7):733-740.

Shahi, C., and S. Kant. 2007. Evolutionary game theoretic approach to strategies of community members under Joint Forest Management Regime. Forest Policy and Economics, 9(7), 763-775.

Misra, D., and S. Kant. 2007. Shadow prices and production efficiency analysis of the village-level production units of Joint Forest Management (JFM) in India. Forest Policy and Economics, 9(7):799-810.

Kumar, S., and S. Kant. 2007. Exploded Logit Modeling of Stakeholders’ Preferences for
Multiple Forest Values.
Forest Policy and Economics, 9,516-526.

Shahi, C., S. Kant., and F. Yang. 2006. The North-American Softwood Lumber Trade and the Law of One Price. Forest Science, 52(4)353-366

Yang, F., S. Kant., C. Shahi. 2006. Market Performance of the Government Controlled but Market Evidence-Based Stumpage System in Ontario: A Co-integration Approach. Forest Science, 52(4):367-380

Kumar, S. and S. Kant. 2006. Organizational Resistance to Participatory Approaches in Public Agencies: An Analysis of Forest Department's Resistance to Community-based Forest management. The International Public Management Journal, 9(2):141-173

Ha, N Van, S. Kant, and V. Maclaren. 2006. Relative shadow prices of social capital for household-level paper recycling units in Vietnam. Ecological Economics, 57, 520-533.

Lee, S., and S. Kant. 2006. Forest Co-management, Personal and Group Forest Values, and Perceptions of Group’s Forest Values in Northwestern Ontario. Forestry Chronicle, 82(4):512-520.

Misra, D., and S. Kant. 2005. Economic Efficiency and Shadow Prices of Social and Biological Outputs of Village-Level Organizations of Joint Forest Management in Gujarat, India. Journal of Forest Economics, 11, 141-160.

Shi, H. A. Singh, S. Kant, Z. Zhu., and E. Waller. 2005. Integrating Habitat Status, Human Population Pressure, and Protection Status into Biodiversity Conservation Priority Setting. Conservation Biology, 19(4): 1273-1285

Kumar, S., and S. Kant. 2005. Structural equation modeling of foresters’ perceptions about Incongruity between forest departments’ bureaucracy and community-based forest management Forest Policy and Economics, 7, 651-669.

Tewari, D. and S. Kant. 2005. Production Structure, Factor Substitution, and Total Factor Productivity in South African Agriculture Sector. Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies, 16, 175-196.

Shi, H., A. Singh., S. Kant, and C. He. 2005. National and Regional-Level Environment (Ecosystems) -Human Interactions: Some Empirical Evidence from China. Environmental Planning and Management. 48(4),571-592

Van Ha, N., S. Kant., and V. Maclaren. 2004. The Contribution of Social Capital to Household Welfare in a Paper-recycling Craft Village in Vietnam. Journal of Environment and Development. 13(4), 371-399

Mahapatra, K, and S. Kant. 2004. Tropical deforestation: A multinomial logistic model and some country-specific policy prescriptions. Forest Policy and Economics, 7, 1-24.

Kant, S. 2004. Editorial: Economics of sustainable forest management. Forest Policy and
Economics, 6(3-4), 197-204

Kant, S., and S. Lee. 2004. A social choice approach to sustainable forest management: An analysis of multiple forest value in northwestern Ontario. Forest Policy and Economics, 6(3-4), 215-228

Misra, D. and S. Kant. 2004. Production analysis of collaborative forest management using an example of Joint Forest Management from Gujarat, India. Forest Policy and Economics, 6(3-4),301-320.

Prasad, R., and S. Kant 2003. Institutions, Forest Management, and Sustainable Human Development: Experience from India. Environment, Development, and Sustainability (A Special Issue on Natural Capital, Poverty, and Development), 5(3-4), 353-367.

Grima, L., S. Horton, and S. Kant. 2003. Introduction: Natural Capital, Poverty, and Development. Environment, Development, and Sustainability (A Special Issue on Natural Capital, Poverty, and Development), 5(3-4), 297- 314.

Kant, S. 2003. Ecosystem Choices without Discounting and Prices. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment,.86:105-127

Kant, S. 2003. Extending the boundaries of Forest Economics. Forest Policy and Economics 5,39-56.

Kant, S. 2002. The Marginal Cost Curves of Structural Diversity of Mixed Uneven-aged Stand of Hard Maple Forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 32, 616-628.

Kant, S., and R. Berry. 2001. A theoretical model of optimal forest regimes in developing economies. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics. 157(2): 331-355.

55. Kant, S. 2000. A dynamic approach to forest regimes in developing economies. Ecological Economics. 32(2000): 287-3000.

Kant, S., and M. Chiu. 2000. Bamboo sector reforms and the local economy of Linan County, Zhejiang Province, People's Republic of China. Forest Policy and Economics. 1(2000):283-299.

Greene Sarah M., A. L. Hammett., and S. Kant. 2000. Non-timber forest products marketing systems and market players in Southwest Virginia: crafts, medicinal and herbal, and speciality wood products. The Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 11(3):19-39.

Pande, H., D. N. Roy., and S. Kant. 2000. Tear and tensile properties of soda pulps from Kenaf bast fibers. TAPPI.

Kant, S. 1999. Endogenous rate of time preference, traditional communities, and sustainable forest management. Journal of Social and Economic Development. 2(1):65-87.

Kant, S. 1999. Sustainable management of uneven-aged private forests: a case study from Ontario, Canada. Ecological Economics. 30(1999):131-146.

Spinazze, M. C. and S. Kant. 1999. Market potential for certified forest (wood) products in
Ontario, Canada.
The Forestry Chronicle. 75(1):39-48.

Kant, S. 1997. Integration of biodiversity conservation in tropical forest and economic development of local communities. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 4(1/2)1997:33-61.

Kant, S. and Anke Redantz. 1997. An econometric model of tropical deforestation. Journal of Forest Economics. 3(1):1-36.

Kant, S. and J. C. Nautiyal. 1997. Production structure, factor substitution, technical change, and total factor productivity in the Canadian logging industry. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 27(5): 701-710.

Gustavo, R. Braier., J. C. Nautiyal, and S. Kant. 1997. Identification of the economically efficient sources of wood for a large pulp mill in Argentina. INFOR. 35(1): 15-36.

Kant, S., W. Al-ameen., and J. C. Nautiyal. 1996. The Canadian forest product sector: a sectoral econometric model. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 26:1122-36.

Kant, S., J. C. Nautiyal., and R. A. Berry. 1996. Forest and economic welfare. Journal of
Economic Studies. 23(2):31-43.

Nautiyal, J. C., S. Kant and J. S. Williams. 1995. A mechanism for tracking the value of standing timber in an imperfect market. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 25(4): 638-648.

Nautiyal, J. C., S. Kant and J. S. Williams. 1995. A transaction evidence based estimate of the stumpage value of some southern Ontario forest species. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 25(4): 649-658

Kant, S., and J. C. Nautiyal. 1994. Sustainable joint forest management through bargaining: a bilateral monopoly gaming approach. Forest Ecology and Management. 65:251-264.

Kant, S., and N.G. Mehta. 1993. Forest based tribal economy: a case study of Motisingloti village. Forests, Trees and People. 20:34-38.

Kant, S. 1992. Digital mapping of vegetation cover using Landsat data. Journal of Tropical
Forestry. 8(1):51-54.

Professional Papers

Kant, S. 2010. Market, timber pricing, and forest management. The Forestry Chronicle, 86(5); 580-588.

Kant, S. 2009. Sale of Canada’s public forests: Economically non-viable option. The Forestry Chronicle, 85:841-848.

Kant, S. 2009. Recent global trends in forest tenures. The Forestry Chronicle, 85:849-858.

Paper Discussions

Kant, S. 2013. Discussion of “Economics of the external and the extended orders of markets and politics and their application in forestry” by Peter Deegen. Forest Policy and Economics, 35 (October 2013), 21-30. 

Kant, S. 2013. Discussion of “Special problems of forests as ecologic-economic systems” by J. Barkley Rosser, Jr. Forest Policy and Economics, 35 (October 2013), 31-38. Available at: 

Other Refereed Publications

Mehrotra, S. N and S. Kant. 2010. Global competitiveness index for forest products industries. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Alberta, 52 p.

Swaak, N., S. Kant., and D. Natcher. 2010. Aboriginal expectations and forest tenures in
Northern British Columbia.
SFM Research Note Series No. 62. 6 p.

Kant, S., Tzschupke, W., Peyron, J., and Jobstl, H. A. (eds) 2008. Managerial economics and accounting in an evolving paradigm of forest management. Proceedings of the International Symposium organized by the IUFRO 4.05.00 and held at University of Applied Forest Sciences, Rottenburg, Germany. May 17-20, 2006. Rottenburg an Neckar, 2008.

Kant, S. 2008. Managerial economics and accounting perspectives of evolving paradigm of forest management. In Kant, S., Tzschupke, W., Peyron, J., and Jobstl, H. A. (eds) 2008. Managerial economics and accounting in an evolving paradigm of forest management. pp.6-14.

Shahi, C., and S. Kant. 2006. Multiplicity of stocks and optimal use of a forest resource. In the Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress of Resource and Environmental Economists, July 3-7, 2006, Kyoto, Japan

Shahi, C., and S. Kant. 2006. Evolutionary strategies of community members under joint forest management regime. In the Proceedings of the 3rd World Congress of Resource and Environmental Economists, July 3-7, 2006, Kyoto, Japan

Kant, S. 2003. Economic Theory of Emerging Forest Property Rights. Conference Proceedings of the XII World Forest Congress, Quebec City, Canada, September 21-28, 2003): C-People and Forests in Harmony, pp.207.

Kumar, S., and S. Kant. 2003. Community-based Forest Management in a Bureaucratic Organization: Are Ethos Compatible? Conference Proceedings of the XII World Forest Congress, Quebec City, Canada, September 21-28, 2003): C-People and Forests in Harmony, pp.155.

Misra, D. and S. Kant. 2003. Production Functions for Multiple Outputs of Joint Forest Management. Conference Proceedings of the XII World Forest Congress, Quebec City, Canada, September 21-28, 2003): A-Forests for People, pp.89.

Shuter, J. L. and S. Kant. 2003. A Multi-dimensional Framework and its Application to Aboriginal Co-management Arrangements in the Forest Sector of Canada. Conference Proceedings of the XII World Forest Congress, Quebec City, Canada, September 21-28, 2003): C-People and Forests in Harmony, pp.113.

Kijazi, M., and S. Kant 2003. Forest Management Institutions and the Implementation of Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management. Conference Proceedings of the XII World Forest Congress, Quebec City, Canada, September 21-28, 2003): A-Forests for People, pp.340.

Jabbour, J. D. Balsillie, and S. Kant. 2003. The Application of Choice Modelling in Developing Sustainable Forest Policy: A Potential Instrument for Analysing and Integrating Social Values. Conference Proceedings of the XII World Forest Congress, Quebec City, Canada, September 21-28, 2003): C-People and Forests in Harmony, pp.132.

Sustainable Forest Management Network Working Papers

Shuter, J., S. Kant, and P. Smith. 2005. A Multi-level Typology for the Classification and Comparative evaluation of Aboriginal Co-management Agreements in the Forest Sector, Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Working Paper, 2005.

Kijazi, M. and S. Kant. 2003. Conformance of Ontario’s Forest Management Planning Manual with Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management, Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Working Paper, 2003.

Susan, L., and S. Kant. 2003. Forest Values, Perception, and Co-management in North-western Ontario. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Working Paper, 2003.

Kant, S., and Y. Zhang. 2002. Co-management of Forest Resources in Canada: An Economically Optimal Institutional Arrangement. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Working Paper, 2002.