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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 ...
Credit and price determination in a developing economy
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1995-01)
This paper examines in the context of a developing agrarian economy aspects of the Post Keynesian theories of inflation caused by income distribution conflict and of endogenous money creation. It highlights the ability of ...
The economic impact of tourism on Christchurch city and Akaroa township
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2003-04)
In recent years tourism has been one of the fastest growing sectors of the New Zealand economy, and has become particularly important in some smaller communities. Some of the larger cities also have high visitor numbers, ...
Real world agents, REH agents and the econometrician
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1995-05)
This paper aims to explain from within mainstream theory why incorporating the rational expectations hypothesis in new classical macroeconomics leads to stable market equilibria, while other branches within the mainstream ...
The impacts of attitudes, information, situation and behaviour on problem recognition : the impact on agrichemical training
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1995-09)
In spite of the significant benefits that can be derived from training on safe and efficient agrichemical application and management, many primary producers do not undertake formal agrichemical training. An identified ...
Option value: improving resource allocation efficiency
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management, 1991-10)
Measuring consumer benefits associated with a policy or a project in a world where prices and outcomes are known with certainty is, at least in theory, straightforward. Changes in consumer surplus provide an appropriate ...