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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 ...
Assessing the consequences of the Lake Taupo Nitrogen Trading Programme in New Zealand, using a landscape approach
(Lincoln University, 2017-04-05)
This thesis investigates the consequences of implementing a local policy regime that potentially enables a viable agricultural sector to operate within environmental limits. The Lake Taupo Nitrogen Trading Programme is ...
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 ...
New Zealand food and beverage consumer preferences for product attributes and alternative retailers, and in-market use of digital media and smart technology
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2017-05)
While much of New Zealand’s primary products are exported, it is still important to understand how domestic consumers value the attributes of food and beverage products, including willingness-to-pay (WTP) for particular ...
Assessing New Zealand public preferences for native biodiversity outcomes across habitat types: A choice experiment approach incorporating habitat engagement
(AERU, Lincoln University, 2017-12)
• A central policy priority for New Zealand national biodiversity strategy concerns the protection of indigenous habitat within highly threatened environments. However, comparison of New Zealand’s protected areas with ...