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Papers presented at the New Zealand Branch, Australian Agricultural Economics Society sixteenth annual conference, Lincoln University, August 1991
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1991-08)
The themes for the 1991 Conference of the New Zealand Branch of the Australian Agricultural Economics Society were Agricultural Outlook, Economics and Policy, Farm Management, and Marketing and Business. This discussion ...
Papers presented at the New Zealand Branch, Australian Agricultural Economics Society seventeenth annual conference, University of Waikato, August 1992
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1992-08)
The main themes for this Conference are: Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, Resource Management, Marketing and Trade Policy, and Agricultural Finance, Risk and Return. This discussion paper includes the full text ...
Monetary policy and agricultural lending by private sector financial institutions
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1983-11)
Over a decade ago the Committee of Inquiry into Lending to Farmers (1972:19) reported that the evidence submitted to us indicated that there has been reasonable availability of loan finance for creditworthy borrowers. ...
A postal survey of the opinions of a group of Farm Management Society members on incentives and obstacles to increasing farm output
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1976-03)
Following a postal sample survey of sheep farmer attitudes to incentives and obstacles to increasing farm output and other agricultural policy issues in November 1975 a postal survey of a group of members of the New Zealand ...
Energy use in New Zealand agricultural production
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1983-03)
This paper reports estimates of the energy used in New Zealand agricultural production up to the farm gate during the decade 1972-1981. As well as a description of total energy usage, the paper shows how the most important ...