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A review of the New Zealand goat industry
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1979-07)
The goat in New Zealand has long been an accepted but largely ignored animal. In recent years interest in the goat has revived. This is especially so in terms of mohair production, as a result of the current high prices ...
Dumping, protectionism and free trade
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1994-09)
This Discussion Paper addresses the issue of anti-dumping actions and presents an evaluation of such measures in the context of the intemational liberalisation of trade. It concerns the recent General Agreement on Trade ...
Contingent valuation of improved water quality in the lower Waimakariri River
(Lincoln University (Canterbury, N.Z.). Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1993-12)
Market evaluation: a systematic approach: frozen green sprouting broccoli
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1980-12)
This paper presents, in Part One, a review of some basic marketing concepts involved in market and demand identification. The second part of the paper applies some of the concepts to a market evaluation of the prospects ...
The further processing of meat
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1981-11)
The New Zealand meat export industry is characterised by the predominance of exports of carcass meat (sheep and lambs) and bulk packs of manufacturing grade beef. Over the decade from 1970, there has been some movement ...
Potential markets for New Zealand goatmeat : a literature search : a second report to the New Zealand Goat Council (Meat Section)
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1983-07)
This second report attempts to identify the best potential markets from the preliminary list of 80 countries presented in the first report to the New Zealand Goat Council. The criteria of market size, market growth, selling ...
An economic evaluation of the benefits of research into biological control of Clematis vitalba
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1990-03)
Clematis vitalba, or Old Man's Beard is a weed which is invading New Zealand's native bush. Introduced as a garden species, it has now spread into native bush in many areas of the country and is regarded as a very serious ...
Changes in United Kingdom meat demand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1980-05)
The research covered by this report was completed in order to allow an improved understanding of the United Kingdom retail meat market, with special emphasis on lamb and mutton. The report presents some reworked price ...
Supporting the agricultural sector : rationale and policy
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1983-09)
This paper provides a framework within which financial assistance to New Zealand agriculture may be discussed. It reiterates a number of principles that can be found in what may be termed a State of the Art paper given ...
Tomatoes and the closer economic relationship with Australia
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1983-11)
The Closer Economic Relationship with Australia agreement (CER) was brought Into effect on 1 January 1983. The CER provided for the liberalisation of trade between New Zealand and Australia. This liberalisation is to be ...