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Economic factors affecting wheat areas within New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1979-12)
A stated objective of the current Government's wheat policy is that New Zealand should be self sufficient in the production of wheat. A means by which this could be achieved is through changes in the announced price for ...
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 ...
The pastoral livestock sector and the supplementary minimum price policy
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1983-09)
The Supplementary Minimum Price policy has been a major topic of debate in the past few years, but there have been relatively few attempts to quantify the impacts that the scheme has had on the agricultural sector. Although ...
An illustrative example of evaluation procedures (Drainage scheme -- North Canterbury)
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1968-06)
The objective of the project is to provide information on an accept-reject decision on the Osborne’s Drain Improvement Scheme. The scope of the project is to prevent flooding and to improve the efficiency of drainage, so ...
Proceedings of a New Zealand seminar on project evaluation in agriculture and related fields
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1968)
The evaluation of projects which demand capital strikes at the heart of the economic problem - that is - the making of decisions about the allocation of scarce resources amongst competing ends. In a perfectly competitive ...