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Cultural models of GE agriculture in the United States (Georgia) and New Zealand (Canterbury)
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 2008-07)
The goal of this research was to assess why genetic engineering (GE) agricultural technology was embraced in some industrialized nations (United States) while it evokes extreme concern and aversion in others (New Zealand). GE ...
The effect of higher energy costs on New Zealand beef producers' exports to United States
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
In this thesis the energy intensity of marginal New Zealand and United States beef production is estimated and the effect of any difference on New Zealand beef producers' exports to the United States is analysed. After ...
The application of solatium payments in the assessment of public works compensation
(Lincoln University, 2009)
The need for public infrastructure is essential in modern society, efficient transport and communications networks are the grease in the machinery of any economy while provisions of hospitals, schools, modern sewerage and ...
Setting limits to regulate non-point source pollution: a comparative study of New Zealand and the United States
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Diffuse, or non-point source pollution, derives from a vast array of activities which involve no single distinct source thus making it difficult to manage with regulations. Efforts to do so have been gaining considerable ...