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Economic benefits of Mt. Cook National Park
(Lincoln College. Centre for Resource Management., 1986-02)
Market and non-market valued decisions are associated with New Zealand's system of national parks. The use benefits of Mount Cook National Park are not priced by the market mechanism, whereas many of the inputs necessary ...
Maori fishing rights in New Zealand : an economic perspective
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1986-06)
The present call for recognition of Maori fishing rights is based on the Treaty of Waitangi. Similarities between the Maori rights and recent developments with North American Indian fishing rights are presented and ...
Government’s role in adverse events assistance
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1986-07)
Despite the many factors that contribute to the annual variations in agricultural production, climatic fluctuations explain much of the variability. Although these fluctuations include flood, snow, hail and wind damages, ...
Proceedings of the New Zealand Rural Economy and Society Study Group Seminar
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1986-10)
This Discussion Paper includes the contents of a one day seminar held at Lincoln College on 3 July 1986 for the first meeting of the New Zealand Rural Economy and Society Study Group. Included are two papers read by two ...
An economic survey of New Zealand town milk producers, 1984-85
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1986-09)
This report is the twelfth in an annual series of economic surveys of New Zealand town milk supply farms. As in the past the major objective of this survey has been to estimate the average net farm income received by town ...
Environment and ethics : a New Zealand contribution
(Centre for Resource Management, 1986)
This collection of essays promotes a dialogue between a group of philosophers and ecologists on the subject of environmental ethics. Through group meetings and a mutual exchange of drafts over a period of two years, each ...