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Japanese agricultural policy development : implications for New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1981-07)
Agricultural policy in Japan has played an important role in limiting New Zealand's exports of agricultural products to that country. While there have been many specific changes in the policy over the last two decades, ...
The current situation and policies of the New Zealand cereals sector
(Lincoln College (University of Canterbury). Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1984-12)
In New Zealand's agricultural sector, the dominant position of pastoral enterprises has resulted in relatively little importance being attached to the production of arable crops. At times of strong demand and remunerative ...
The current situation and future development of the New Zealand pig industry
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1985-03)
Although in the past pig production has been an important export industry, today it is only concerned with the domestic market. It is an industry which has not benefitted from direct government subvention, as has been ...
The development of rational policies for agricultural trade between New Zealand and Japan: proceedings of a seminar sponsored by the Japan Advisory Committee, held at Wellington on 12 December 1978
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1979-06)
This discussion paper covers the development of rational polices for agricultural trade between New Zealand and Japan. The paper includes the full text of the following papers: J. G. Pryde, Trends in Agricultural Protectionism ...
Supply response parameters in New Zealand agriculture : a literature search
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1985-07)
Over the last twenty years there have been a number of studies carried out of agricultural supply response in New Zealand. The parameters estimated in these studies are an essential ingredient in a wide variety of policy ...
Public sector reform in the Asia-Pacific
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1998-10)
The world recessionary period of the 1980's forced many governments to re-evaluate their economic management strategies. Today, existing strategies are being supplanted by a belief that economic growth is best achieved by ...