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Reducing the inequality of market incomes
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2013-07-18)
Outline of the Presentation 1. Market income inequality and labour market skills. 2. A skills mismatch in New Zealand. 3. An integrated model of skills formation. 4. Two hypotheses of problems in skills formation in New ...
Assessing the effects of the adoption of a low carbon diet in the EU & US on trade and the environment
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2011-11)
The livestock sector generates 18% of total GHG emissions. There is a demand for reduction in meat and dairy consumption- a low carbon diet.
The economic value of potential irrigation in Canterbury
(Lincoln University. AERU, 2012-09)
The purpose of this report is to provide CDC with the ability to estimate the total benefits for Canterbury and New Zealand from irrigation scenarios under the implementation of the Canterbury Water Strategy. This report ...
Modelling agricultural impacts of EU-NZ trade liberalisation
(AERU, Lincoln University, 2016-11)
The European Union and New Zealand have signalled a desire to negotiate a free trade agreement (FTA). This paper seeks to determine what form such an agreement would take by considering previous FTAs negotiated by each ...
International trade implications for consumer attitudes to New Zealand food attributes
(Lincoln University. AERU, 2016-09)
Price premiums for New Zealand’s exported agricultural products can be achieved through the inclusion of credence attributes. This paper aims to test the value of price premiums in international markets for agri-food ...
Credence attributes and New Zealand country of origin: A review
(AERU, Lincoln University, 2018-08)
On 12 September 2017, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment announced that a research programme entitled Unlocking Export Prosperity from the Agri-food Values of Aotearoa New Zealand had been selected for ...
What is New Zealand’s competitive advantage – efficient farming or customer value?
(New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM), 2014-06)
For most of the last century New Zealand led the world in efficient agricultural production. This began in the late 1800s with exports of wool, meat and dairy products, and relied on a competitive advantage based on this ...
Constraints to commercialisation of smallholder agriculture in Tanintharyi division, Myanmar
(Kassel University Press, 2019-12-17)
Myanmar is a country in rapid economic and political transition, with opportunities emerging for its smallholders to benefit from current economic growth. However many smallholders are trapped in semi-subsistence agriculture, ...
Support for smallholder farmers through Islamic instruments: The case of Bangladesh and lessons for Nigeria
(Emerald Publishing, 2019)
Purpose – In societies with strong presence of Islam, Islamic instruments with more scope for fairness and equity can be innovatively harnessed to play an increasing role in the development process and poverty ...
Analysing the robustness of spice chains in Nepal from a smallholder perspective
(Asian Economic and Social Society, 2015)
This study assesses the performance of supply chains for ginger and large cardamom, two major export crops produced in Nepal. In particular, it aims to identify factors that constrain marketing choices available to ...