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Corruption, tax evasion and the Laffer curve
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1996-04)
In a corrupt tax administration a rise in tax rate sets about complicated strategic decision moves by both tax payers as also tax administrators. It is shown that in some circumstances, this may bring about a Laffer like ...
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 ...
The role and importance of branding in agricultural marketing
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1996-03)
A branding strategy is often employed in the marketing of manufactured or processed food products but many other food products have comparatively lower levels of branding. At the same time there are frequent calls to utilise ...
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 ...