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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 ...
The shape of the New Zealand economy in 1980
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1968-08)
The purpose of this paper is to present, in broad outline, some projections for around the end of the next decade, of the shape of the New Zealand economy. By shape of the economy we mean not only the level of the main ...
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 ...
The development of rational policies for agricultural trade between New Zealand and Japan: proceedings of a seminar sponsored by the Japan Advisory Committee, held at Wellington on 12 December 1978
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1979-06)
This discussion paper covers the development of rational polices for agricultural trade between New Zealand and Japan. The paper includes the full text of the following papers: J. G. Pryde, Trends in Agricultural Protectionism ...
Reaganomics and the New Zealand agricultural sector
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1983-01)
The U.S.A. is an important force in world economic activity and agricultural trade. Developments in the United States impact on New Zealand farmers on both the demand and supply side. The net effect of Reaganomics depends ...