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Using option pricing theory to estimate option value - a preliminary study
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1993-08)
The purpose of this report is to compare and contrast two approaches to incorporating uncertainty when evaluating natural resource problems. The first approach incorporates option pricing theory which is derived from the ...
Water: towards a bicultural perspective
(Lincoln University & University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management., 1990-10)
The research presented here was commissioned by the Centre for Resource Management because a need was perceived for written material that might guide managers as well as users of resources about topics Maori. Legislative ...
Information for environmental decision making: a case study approach
(Lincoln University. Lincoln Environmental. Centre for Resource Management., 1994-09)
A review of environmental mediation: theory and practice
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1992-02)
Environmental mediation is a process whereby existing or potentially conflicting parties concerned with an environmental and/or land resource get together with a neutral third party to discuss their positions with regard ...
Environmental indicators for state of the environment reporting
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management, 1990-08)
Natural resource accounting - an overview from a New Zealand perspective with special reference to the Norwegian experience
(Lincoln University & University of Canterbury. Centre for Resource Management, 1990-09)
Early in 1989, the New Zealand Ministry for the Environment commissioned a small research project in order to set directions for work on natural resource accounting in this country. Three recommendations were made in the ...
Cultural sensitivity of the contingent valuation method
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1992-09)
Resource management decision making usually involves balancing the costs of a public policy with the benefits. In the last two decades there has been growing recognition that the public good nature of resource management ...
The costs and benefits of implementing an environmental management system
(Lincoln University. Centre for Resource Management., 1994-07)
The concept of environmental management systems (EMS) has developed as a way of recognising the need for change in the way individuals and organisations manage resources. The EMS approach has derived from quality management ...