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Measuring Chinese food consumers’ preferences for sustainability attributes: The case of the Shanghai yogurt market
(RossiSmith Academic Publications, 2020-09)
Sustainable development is becoming established as a central public policy tenant globally. This agenda explicitly promotes sustainable agriculture to embrace agricultural practices that maintain environmental quality, ...
Examining the influence of purchase occasion on consumer preferences for credence attributes in the Californian beef market
This study tested the hypothesis that consumers preferences over beef product credence attributes may differ when purchasing for a celebration than for usual personal consumption. Estimation of willingness-to-pay for ...
State of the Canterbury food and fibre sector, 2020
(Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit. Lincoln University | Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki, 2020-09)
As part of the Canterbury Regional Economic Development Strategy, the Canterbury Mayoral Forum has initiated the Canterbury Food and Fibre Innovations programme. As part of that work, the Canterbury Mayoral Forum commissioned ...
Regenerative agriculture in Aotearoa New Zealand – research pathways to build science-based evidence and national narratives
(Our Land and Water, 2021-02)
Regenerative agriculture (RA) is proposed as a solution to reverse climate change, biodiversity loss, declining water quality and health of freshwater ecosystems, wellbeing crisis in rural and farming communities and food ...
The organic market in New Zealand
(AERU, Lincoln University | Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki, 2017-07)
This report describes the organic market in New Zealand. There is no consistent data on the domestic organic market in New Zealand. Different sources were used to define the market and its players.
Examining generational preferences for sustainability attributes of wine: A discrete choice experiment in California
Millennials are the largest demographic segment in the USA (Wine Market Council, 2016) and have gained market share of high frequency wine drinkers while Baby Boomers and Gen-X generations are falling in market share ...
Changing consumer use of digital media and smart technology in relation to New Zealand's food product exports in key international markets
New Zealand is a geographically isolated country that relies heavily on maintaining market access for its exports of agricultural products. This export focus has shifted from traditional European markets to other international ...
Rewarding responsible innovation when consumers are distant from producers: Evidence from New Zealand
(Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society, 2017-02-10)
Recognising that increased intensification of agri-food production is pushing up against environmental constraints, a New Zealand national science challenge aims to enhance primary sector productivity while improving land ...
How Canterbury and New Zealand benefit from Antarctic activities
This presentation shows results from the study on the economic benefits of Antarctic related activities in Canterbury and New Zealand.
The economic impact of Antarctica activities to Canterbury and New Zealand
Presentation made to Gateway Antarctica masters students, University of Canterbury, 23 January 2020.