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Productivity and income of New Zealand agriculture 1921-67
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1969)
This discussion paper updates the data on income and productivity for the New Zealand agricultural sector for the period 1921-1967 in the AERU research report titled: Productivity and income of New Zealand agriculture, 1921-67.
The impact of recent government policies on the economics of South Island hill and high country farming
(Lincoln College and University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1986-05)
The policies of the present Government for the management of the New Zealand economy are clearly 'more market' (Douglas. 1984). The economy, in the judgement of the Government and its economic advisor, The Treasury, is ...
Economic problems of New Zealand agriculture
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1968-04)
Before devaluation in November 1967, New Zealand faced the most marked deflationary pressure on the economy since the 1930’s. Since 1964, economic policies had emphasised the need for growth, based on an expanding flow ...
Processing peas : a survey of growers’ returns 1967/68
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1968)
In recent years, some 12,000 acres in New Zealand has been used for green pea production for processing. The greater proportion of this land is in Hawkes Bay, but commercial crops are also grown in Nelson, Marlborough, ...
An economic survey of New Zealand wheatgrowers : financial analysis, 1977-78
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1979-12)
This report is the first in a new series of economic surveys on New Zealand wheatgrowing farms. Until now, the surveys, undertaken by the Agricultural Economics Research Unit at Lincoln College on behalf of the wheatgrowers ...
Trends in the terms of exchange and productivity in the New Zealand dairy industry
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970-06)
This paper sets out the available information on price trends facing the dairy industry since 1948/49, and some estimates of productivity increases over the same period. The general aim of the paper is to ascertain how the ...
Trends in rural land prices in New Zealand 1954-1969
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1971)
This paper examines post-war trends in rural land prices. New Zealand has a freehold system of land tenure and a land registration system based on the Torrens system first used in South Australia. As a result, reliable ...
An evaluation of the Southland flood relief temporary employment programme
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1979-11)
The 1979 Budget statement reasserted the Government’s commitment to full employment as a policy objective but considered that inflation and the balance of payments limited the scope of monetary and fiscal measures to ...
Dairying in Japan and the benefits of adopting New Zealand pasture grazing techniques
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1987-04)
This discussion paper describes the dairy farming situation, the changing domestic demand and the changes in imports of dairy products that Japan is experiencing. Some of the problems the dairy farming industry is facing ...
An economic analysis of soil conservation and land retirement on South Island high country
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970)
In this paper, the soil conservation plan for Grasmere Station, Cass, is examined from the economic point of view. The conservation plan was drawn up in 1964 by the North Canterbury Catchment Board, and was to cover the 7 ...