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The specification of property rights and compensation payments for conservation : an application of Bromley’s model of property rights
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1997-11)
Bromley developed a model of property rights which used agricultural land to illustrate how those with existing property rights had the advantage over those with emerging and competing demands, Bromley (1991) and Bromley ...
The potential for expansion of the organic industry in New Zealand : a contingent valuation of consumers WTP for organic produce
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1999-09)
This paper examines the past and current development of the organic industry in New Zealand. Organic farming in New Zealand has changed and grown rapidly over the last 10 years. This has mainly been due to the development ...
Covenants as a policy mechanism for providing conservation of natural features : survey of QEII covenantees in Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1995-10)
Conservation covenants have received scant attention internationally as a tool for providing conservation. This paper examines their use in New Zealand where they have been almost the sole policy measure in protecting land ...
Subsidies without farming : the reform of the CAP : current and future pressures
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1994-11)
The GATT agreement has been a major factor behind the current reforms of the CAP essentially providing an external constraint on policy developments. This has enabled a radical switch from unlimited support based upon ...
Agri-environmental policy and market developments in the European Union and their potential impact on New Zealand trade
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1998-08)
The developments in the European Union and its environmental policy have important implications for New Zealand. While the importance of the European Union as a market for New Zealand produce has diminished, it is still ...