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Analyzing cycles in remittances and foreign direct investment: Evidence from the Philippines (AfricaGrowth Institute, 2022-12-01)This paper is devoted to analyzing the associations between business cycles, remittances, and foreign direct investment (FDI), using data from the Philippines. First, we use the Hamilton filter to isolate the cyclical ...
Background to fruit production (Lincoln College. Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks., 1981)Proceedings of a course in "Fruit Production" at Lincoln College in November 1980, with an additional paper from an earlier course in "Alternative Land Uses" held in February 1979.
Meat me for lunch: Consumer attitudes to alternative proteins (2023)Presentation at the CETA Workshop held on 3 February 2023, a pre-AARES Conference event.
The grape experiments at Lincoln College (Lincoln College. Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks., 1984)In 1973 a small area of grapes was planted to evaluate the potential of Canterbury as a grape-growing district. At that stage, there was no significant commercial production of grapes in the South Island and it was widely ...
Guidelines for personnel involved in policy making, administration and management of parks and recreation within managing authorities in New Zealand (Lincoln College. Department of Horticulture, Landscape and Parks., 1977)Local authorities have a prime responsibility for providing basic park and recreation services needed by citizens of all ages who are living in a primarily urban environment. Most public officials are concerned as to how ...