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Marketing margins for New Zealand lamb and for all lamb and mutton in the United Kingdom
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1970-07)
The marketing margin is a general term used to cover all the multitude of costs and profit margins which make up the difference between the price paid for lamb by consumers in retail markets, and the price at some earlier ...
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 ...
Fresh vegetable retailing in New Zealand : an economic survey
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1968)
A good deal of interest has been shown in the marketing of vegetables over recent years particularly with reference to marketing margins. This survey is a study of such margins for different groups of retailers for two ...
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 ...
Regional economic development in the context of the changing New Zealand economy
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1969-03)
The purpose of this discussion paper is to give some ideas of the changes in the New Zealand economy which have been occurring, and are likely to continue in the future, and to relate these to the theme of regional economic ...
Recent trends in capital formation in New Zealand agriculture 1964-69
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1972)
This discussion paper updates the data on gross capital formation in the AERU research report titled: Capital formation in New Zealand agriculture, 1946-67.
The effect of taxation method on post-tax income variability
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970)
Income variability is one of the serious disadvantages of farming. It makes it difficult to organize farm development wisely and upsets the farm family's standard of living. In the past there have been boom years when ...
New Zealand, The Ten, and future market strategies
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1972-04)
Britain, along with Ireland, Denmark and Norway will become a full member or the European Economic Community (EC) in January 1973. Thus the original signatories of the Treaty of Rome of 1957 (France, West Germany, Italy, ...
A forecasting model of New Zealand’s lamb exports
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness & Economics Research Unit., 1994-03)
Export markets for New Zealand lamb have changed rapidly over the past decade. Traditional markets have been in decline, while new markets, in Continental Europe, the Middle East and Asia have grown rapidly. The nature of ...
A review of the world sheepmeat market: North America, Japan and the Middle East
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1981-12)
This paper reviews the sheepmeat markets in three importing regions (North America, Japan and the Middle East) over the period 1960-80. These regions form so called 'development' markets for N.Z. sheepmeat exports as ...