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Cox, Michael A. & Quayle, Michael J. (2001) Developing export markets for Australian forest products. In Harrison, Steven R. & Herbohn, John L. (Eds.) Sustainable farm forestry in the tropics: Social and economic analysis. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 105-120.
Quayle, Michael J. & Cox, Michael A. (2001) Stumpage price determination and investment in Australian forests: Implications for plantations and small-scale producers. In Harrison, Steven R & Herbohn, John L. (Eds.) Sustainable farm forestry in the tropics: Social and economic analysis and policy. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 257-270.
Quayle, Michael J. (2003) Log supply and price adjustment mechanisms in industrialised economies: Impacts on small scale forest farmers. Small-scale Forest Economics Management and Policy, 2(1), pp. 93-108.
Quayle, Michael J. (2004) Alternative Price Adjustment Models for long-term log contracts – impacts on Small Scale Forest Farmers. In International Union of Forest Research Organisation (IUFRO) Research Group 3.08, Small-Scale Forestry: Contributions of Family-Farm-Enterprises to Sustainable Rural Development, July 28 – 1st August 2002, Gengenbach, Germany.
Quayle, Michael J. (2004) The Importance of Price in Re-Negotiating Long-Term Supply Contracts from Softwood Plantations – The Case of Queensland Australia. In International Symposium Human Dimensions of Family, Farm and Community Forrestry, 19 March - 3 April, Pullman, Washington, USA.
Quayle, Michael (2004) Some Pricing Issues of Long term Contract Log Sales in Tropical North Queensland, Australia. In Suh, Smorfitt, Harrison, & Herbohn (Eds.) Marketing of Farm Grown Timber in Tropical North Queensland, 18 June 2003, UQ, Brisbane.
Quayle, Michael (2003) The Theoretics of Log Pricing in Structurally Uncompetitive Markets - The Case of Log Long Term Contract Log Sales in Queensland Australia. In McLachlan, Eleanor (Ed.) ANZIBA The challenge of International Business Conference Proceedings 2003, 7-8 November 2003, Dunedin New Zealand.