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The economics of hill country development
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1966)
The problem is, is hill country development a good avenue for investment; if so, how, in general, should it be done? To help answer the question, a method of ranking alternative investments is required. With this, ...
Budgeting further development on intensive sheep-farms in Southland
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1967)
This publication is the second report arising out of the Unit's research programme on fertiliser economics in New Zealand farming. The first report analysed actual farm output at the intensive margin in Southland; ...
The profitability of hill country development
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1965)
Earlier publications of the Research Unit describe methods which have been developed for assessing the profitability of development projects requiring long periods of time to come to fruition. In this paper the author ...