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A Keynesian theory of monetary inflation without government
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1996-01)
This paper presents a model of inflation that is generated by an excess supply of credit-money without any money base impulse from government. Instead, inflation turns out to depend on just three variables: the marginal ...
The implication of a merger announcement on share price : an event case study of Trust Bank New Zealand Limited
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1996-09)
The purpose of this paper is to examine the behaviour of the share prices on the acquired bank, Trust Bank New Zealand Limited, involved in a merger proposal. Asquith, Burner and Mullins (1983) have identified a number of ...
A nested logit model of vehicle fuel efficiency and make-model choice
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1996-09)
Using data from a 1989 household survey of new vehicle buyers, this paper develops and estimates a nested logit model of new vehicle demands where the make-models in the lower nest are partitioned by their fuel efficiencies ...
Rent determination for differentiated retail space in shopping centres
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1996-11)
The purpose of this paper is to estimate a model of rent determination for shopping centers in the Central District of Hong Kong, one that allows for differentiation among retail units. Besides some of the commonly-studied ...
An optimal control model for pest management under bait-shyness
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1996-12)
This paper presents a dynamic bioeconomic model of vertebrate pest management which incorporates a behavioural trait in the target population known as toxin or bait avoidance. Pests who exhibit such avoidance after exposure ...