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Internalizing environmental assets : an environmental accounting perspective
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1996-11)
Increases in national income are usually treated as economic growth. If large enough to produce increases in per capita income, they are generally considered as welfare enhancing. Yet, at the same time, these increases in ...
A model for sustainability using the Rawlsian principle
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1995-09)
There is a substantial and growing literature on the topic of sustainability, but no consensus on a working definition has emerged yet. The rational pursuit of sustainability is only possible if we can develop a working ...
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 ...
Hedonic analysis of waterfowl hunting lease attributes : an evaluation of owner-provided services
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1994-07)
The role of owner-provided services in fee-based recreation access is evaluated for the case of waterfowl hunting. An hedonic framework is used to analyze and estimate the implicit price of some waterfowl hunting lease ...
The economic characteristics of the Asian crisis and the IMF economic stimulus recovery program
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1999-05)
Two years ago Asia’s tiger economies were celebrating the Asian miracle, operating in an environment of relatively low inflation with a stable but cautious monetary policy. However, the rising wave of growth has suddenly ...