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An econometric study of the New Zealand meat market with special reference to pigmeats
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1968)
Among countries with high per capita incomes, the New Zealand economy has one unusual and striking feature, a large proportion of its gross national product is derived from temperate farm product exports. Of the total ...
The theory and estimation of Engel curves: some estimates for meat in New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970)
This paper is one of a series based on original research conducted by Christopher Yandle at Lincoln on the New Zealand Meat Market. In the course of this work the author conducted a questionaire survey of 300 families ...
A survey of Christchurch consumer attitudes to meat
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1967-11)
This paper presents the analysis, methods, and results from a survey of meat buying attitudes and consumption patterns in the Christchurch metropolitan area. The project is part of a larger study to determine and measure ...
Quarterly estimates of New Zealand meat price, consumption and allied data, 1946-1965
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1968-06)
This publication is one of a series based on a thesis by Mr C. A. Yandle entitled “An Econometric Study of the New Zealand Meat Market”, written for the Degree of Master of Agricultural Science at Lincoln College. This ...
Estimates of farm income and productivity in New Zealand 1921-65
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1967)
The purpose of this bulletin is to bring together the complete set of data on income and productivity for the New Zealand agricultural sector for the period 1921 - 1965. It is anticipated that the resulting tables will ...