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Valuing the impact of plant pest and biological controls on New Zealand agriculture
(Lincoln University, 2017-09-15)
The agricutural industry plays a key part of the New Zealand economy. However the incidence of plant pests in New Zealand threaten the viability of the sector. There are various options for controlling and mitigating the ...
An international comparison of models of cultural and national identity and their implications for New Zealnd innovation
(Lincoln University. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 2011-08)
Recent research in the AERU has focussed on the study of technology users’ innovation (TUI). The primary objective of the research was to identify the conditions under which socio-technical networks best foster technology ...
Unlocking export prosperity: An introduction to the research programme
(Lincoln University. AERU, 2017-10)
On 12 September 2017, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment announced that 27 proposals to the Endeavour Fund for science research programmes had been selected for funding over the next five years. One of the ...
The socio-technical networks of technology users' innovation in New Zealand: a fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis
(Lincoln University. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 2010-10)
Technological innovation by the actual users of technologies is receiving more attention, and deservedly so, as these users combine their passions and expertise into improving the technologies which they employ in their ...
Impacts of changes in consumption, production and trade policies in China and India on trade and greenhouse gases emissions, particularly in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Population growth, urbanisation and rising incomes are changing the level and composition of food consumption in emerging countries. In India and China particularly, this development is accompanied by shifts in dietary ...
What is New Zealand’s competitive advantage – efficient farming or customer value?
(New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM), 2014-06)
For most of the last century New Zealand led the world in efficient agricultural production. This began in the late 1800s with exports of wool, meat and dairy products, and relied on a competitive advantage based on this ...