Recent Submissions

  • Wellbeing and Economic Policy: Lessons from New Zealand 

    Dalziel, Paul C.; Saunders, Caroline M. (Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit (AERU), Lincoln UniversityLincoln University | Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2020-09)
    In November 2018, New Zealand became a founding member of the Wellbeing Economy Governments partnership (WEGo), alongside Scotland and Iceland. Wales joined the partnership in May 2020. The governments of these four countries ...
  • Examining developed versus emerging economy online food and beverage purchase behaviour and predictors: A survey comparison of Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese and United Kingdom consumers 

    Driver, Tim; Tait, Peter R.; Saunders, Caroline M.; Dalziel, Paul C.; Guenther, Meike; Rutherford, Paul (Sciencedomain International, 2020)
    Aims: Consumers are increasingly using online shopping for purchasing food and beverage (F&B) products. A challenge to industry stakeholders is understanding which elements of online digital media and smart technologies ...
  • The potential for horticultural development in Taranaki 

    Greer, Glen (Venture TaranakiNew Plymouth, NZ, 2014)
    The Taranaki horticultural sector is very small, and production areas have declined significantly over the last decade. A number of industries that were represented in the region in the past (kiwifruit, asparagus, berryfruit, ...
  • Wellbeing Economics: The Capabilities Approach to Prosperity 

    Dalziel, Paul C.; Saunders, Caroline M.; Saunders, J. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018-09-13)
    Alternatives must be found. This open access book addresses that challenge. It sets out a wellbeing economics framework that directly addresses fundamental issues affecting wellbeing outcomes.
  • New Zealand books on wellbeing: A review essay 

    Dalziel, Paul C. (Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 2020-03-29)
    This essay reviews three recent New Zealand books on the topic of wellbeing, against the backdrop of the world’s first Wellbeing Budget delivered to the New Zealand Parliament on 30 May 2019. The essay argues that the ...

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