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A postal survey of the opinions of a group of Farm Management Society members on incentives and obstacles to increasing farm output
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1976-03)
Following a postal sample survey of sheep farmer attitudes to incentives and obstacles to increasing farm output and other agricultural policy issues in November 1975 a postal survey of a group of members of the New Zealand ...
Staying or leaving New Zealand after you graduate? – reflecting on brain drain and brain circulation issues facing graduates
(Lincoln University, 2009)
Brain drain and brain circulation are forms of skilled labour migration which have a significant impact on New Zealand’s economic growth. Based on their importance, it is suggested that economies rethink how they compete ...
An economic survey of New Zealand town milk producers, 1985-86
(Lincoln College. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit., 1987-10)
The principal objective of the 1985-86 survey was to determine the average net farm income received by town milk producers in New Zealand. Information produced by the survey is used for a variety of purposes. It assists ...
Managerial factors in primary production: data from a sample of New Zealand farmers with an emphasis on experience as a factor in success
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness & Economics Research Unit, 2009-05)
This report presents the data collected from a postal survey of a wide ranging sample of all types of New Zealand farmers. The survey schedule was designed to collect information enabling models to be developed explaining ...
Managing energy use in tourism businesses - survey results
(Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division, 2008-08)
In partnership with the Tourism Industry Association an online survey was sent via email to all members recorded in the TIA database. As part of a three-year project on Tourism & Oil, the responses of tourism businesses ...