Papers presented at the New Zealand Agricultural Economics Society (Inc.) Third Annual Conference : New Zealand agriculture in the 21st century : incorporating the 21st Annual Conference of the NZ Branch of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (Inc.) : Blenheim Country Lodge, July 1996.
With the choice of forward looking theme for this year's conference, we have embarked on providing a vision for the New Zealand agricultural sector in the 21st Century. We decided to address this theme by focusing on four sub themes: the advent of the first MMP based government to be elected in October this year and the consequences; major and minor land use changes already taking place and likely to continue within and out of the sector; the implementation phase of the last GATT/WTO agreement underway with its current and future trade implications; and the potential ramifications for property rights and land use of those Waitangi Treaty land claims highlighted in the media and others. This discussion paper includes the full text of the following papers: Paul Harris, The Implications of MMP for New Zealand; R.M. Davison, Agricultural Land Use Change with Reference to Sheep and Beef Farmland – Salient Points; Peter Kennedy, Current and Future Likely Trade Developments in Agriculture; M.H. Durie, The Treaty of Waitangi Settlements: Implications for Maori Development; D. Bolger, R Lincoln, P. Narayan, and I. Rowe, Agricultural Marketing: Recent and Proposed Changes to Producer Board Legislation; F. Scrimgeour, The Evolution of Institutions in New Zealand Agriculture; A.M.L. Perkins, Participatory Inquiry - A Methodology for Correcting Market Failure and Addressing Sustainability; T. Banks, Decollectivisation of the Chinese Pastoral Sector: a Property Rights Analysis of an Institutional Change; N. McConnell, R. SriRamaratnam Exchange Rate Impacts on Farm Income: an Historical Analysis (1981-1995); P. Narayan, Value Added in Agriculture: The Rise in Off Farm Contribution to the New Zealand Economy; I Parminter, The Significance and Implications of Off Farm Income; P Narayan, R SriRamaratnam, Factors Determining Agricultural Sector Debt and Debt Servicing; R W M Johnson, Cost Benefit and the Environment Debate; P Simons, Trade, Technology and Agricultural Development; K B Bicknell, R J Ball, R Cullen, H Bigsby, Estimating New Zealand's Ecological Footprint; H Bigsby, Quantifying Technical Trade Barriers: Phytosanitary Measures; H McCrostie Little, C N Taylor, M Fairburn, Farm Based Entrepreneurial Diversification: Shaking a Tail Feather at Tradition - Ostriches Aren't The Only Option; P Journeaux, Cost Benefit Approach to a Rural Subdivision Scenario; D Anderson, Social Impacts of Land Use Change; S Shaku, Accountability in Funding Flood Control Schemes; P Nuthall, Feed Practices on New Zealand Farms; R D Plank, Sharefarming, Partnership, Leasehold: an Ex-Post Comparison; G P Rauniyar, W J Parker, An Economic Analysis of Dairy Farm Ownership Structure: Evidence from the Manawatu Region; R G Gavigan, W J Parker, Management and Performance Characteristics of Sheep Farms in the Wairarapa and Tararua Districts; T G Parminter, A M L Perkins, The Application of Systems Analysis to Group Goal Setting; P B Walker, W J Parker, Farm Management Impacts of the 1990 East Coast Technology Transfer Programme; S D Lysaght, E A Cameron, K A Funnell, C K Dake, A Spreadsheet Model of the Economics of Nerine Production; J I Reid, J L Coulson, E A Cameron, A Framework for Understanding the Adoption and Use of Technologies by Dairy Farmers; L G Barioni, C K Dake, W J Parker, A Stochastic Model for Rotational Grazing Using Extend Simulation Package; N M Shadbolt, Forestry, a Valuable Crop for the Pastoral Farmer; N Rogers, L Kemp, D Gray, J Gardner, The Role of Financial Analysis in the Farm Management Consultancy Process; G N Christensen, J W Gardner, W J Parker, The Role of Stock and Station Firms in the Farming Enterprise; N R Lambie, K B Bicknell, Towards an Economically Optimal Level of Control for Rooks in Canterbury; D W Mardle, Do New Zealand Food and Beverage Manufacturers Plan for Product Recall.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordsland use change; agricultural trade; agricultural marketing; agriculture; farm income; Treaty of Waitangi; farming sectors; agricultural sector; agricultural development; farm management; financial analysis; financial performance
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