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Tiger! Tiger! burning less bright : first report of the Asian Economic Crisis Monitoring Group
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1998-02)
The crisis in Asia has dominated economic, financial, and much business thinking for more than seven months. It looks set to continue to do so for an extended period. The effects on the countries concerned, on the region, ...
Measurement of Asian income elasticities for New Zealand exports : a cointegration approach
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1999-09)
This paper estimates short and long run income elasticities of demand for New Zealand exports to several Asian countries. Export demand is modelled as a function of spending power using cointegration analysis. The results ...
World dairy policy and New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1998-03)
The New Zealand dairy industry has been well placed to take advantage of the relaxing international market barriers that have long plagued the dairy trade. At the same time it is very important to keep the size of New ...
Evaluating the application of planning legislation : the Resource Management Act 1991 and forestry investment
(Lincoln University, 1997)
In 1991, the New Zealand government enacted the Resource Management Act (RMA). The RMA directs councils to write planning rules for their district based on the effects of activities on the environment. This study is concerned ...
In the forests of the night : second report of the Asian Economic Crisis Monitoring Group
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1998-07)
In this paper we focus on the effects of the crisis on New Zealand exports, including the effects on New Zealand manufacturers, on the effects of the crisis on growth in East Asia, on the effects of the crisis on the ...