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The impact of the euro on New Zealand's bilateral trade with the European Union
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 2005-11)
Since 1990, the European Union (EU) is New Zealand’s second biggest trading partner after Australia. New Zealand’s exports to the EU are mainly in agricultural products, such as sheep-meat, butter, venison, kiwifruit, ...
Real effects of monetary policy in New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 2005-10)
This paper analyzes the dynamic effects of unexpected domestic and foreign monetary policy shocks on 'industrial output' in New Zealand based on a 'new open economy macroeconomic' (NOEM) model. Empirical analyses are ...
How do Australian macroeconomics shocks transmit to New Zealand?
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 2005-05)
New Zealand and Australia are highly interdependent in many ways. However, New Zealand is more reliant on Australia than Australia is on New Zealand. Given high economic relation, business-cycle transmission is expected ...
Consumer choice prediction : artificial neural networks versus logistic models
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 2005-07)
Conventional econometric models, such as discriminant analysis and logistic regression have been used to predict consumer choice. However, in recent years, there has been a growing interest in applying artificial neural ...
An analysis of credit scoring for agricultural loans in Thailand
(Science Publications, 2005)
Loan contract performance determines the profitability and stability of the financial institutions and screening the loan applications is a key process in minimizing credit risk. Before making any credit decisions, credit ...