The Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce provides teaching, research and professional services in the areas of Accounting, Business Management & Law, Economics, Finance, Marketing and Property.

The faculty has a high research profile and a proven ability to work closely with industry, government, professional bodies and other end users.

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  • Factors affecting variation in SMEs' export intensity 

    Revindo, Mohamad; Gan, Christopher (Institute of Economic and Social Research. Faculty of Economics and Business. Universitas Indonesia. (LPEM-FEB UI)Indonesia, 2018-05)
    Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) are more constrained to participate in export market than their large counterparts despite various export assistance provision by the government. Extant literature on SME ...
  • Pastoral farming on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau 

    Lucock, Xiaomeng; Woodford, Keith B. (Institute of Agricultural Management and the International Farm Management Association, 2018-01-01)
    We report on pastoral farming systems in Henan County (altitude 3600 metres) within the Sanjiangyuan (Three-River Headwaters) Region of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Our information comes from in-depth interviews of 16 pastoral ...
  • Economic analysis of a target diameter harvesting system in radiata pine 

    Perry, C. J.; Bloomberg, Mark; Evison, D. C. (New Zealand Institute of Forestry, 2015-05)
    Target diameter harvesting (TDH) is a singletree selection system where harvesting takes place periodically, and all stems above a minimum target diameter at breast height (DBH) are removed. This report analyses economic ...
  • Air freighting of perishable agribusiness products: Process and issues 

    Bowie, Benjamin (Lincoln University, 2018)
    In 2017 New Zealand’s export revenue from the primary industry sector reached $38.101b, meaning that over half of the country’s export revenue was produced through the agribusiness sector. Within this sector there has also ...
  • A behaviourally plausible decision centred perspective on the role of corporate governance in corporate failures 

    Kaur, Navdeep (Lincoln University, 2018)
    The primary focus of this thesis is to answer “What is the role of corporate governance in corporate failures? Does poor corporate governance lead to corporate failures? If so how?”. In doing so the thesis examines the ...

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