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Impacts on New Zealand’s agricultural sector from premiums of attributes in food in developed and emerging markets
Consumer preferences for different credence attributes in food vary across different countries and commodities; and consumers in both developed and developing countries are willing to pay premiums for food carrying these ...
Maximising export returns: consumer preferences for food attributes in developed and developing countries and their potential impact
This study examined consumer attitudes in food and beverages in China, India, Indonesia, Japan and the UK. The attributes such as price and quality, but also included food safety, health benefits, environmental and social ...
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.
Future options for the New Zealand economy: Model, data and futures
(Ministry of Transport, 2014-11)
The New Zealand Government (2011, p. 3) is seeking “an effective, efficient, safe, secure, accessible and resilient transport system that supports the growth of our country‟s economy, in order to deliver greater prosperity, ...
Consumer attitudes towards attribute of food and the use of digital media and smart technologies to inform and purchase food
Understanding international consumer preferences and attitudes towards food is important for countries like New Zealand that depend heavily on food exports. New Zealand’s export focus has changed over the last few decades ...
Impacts of changes of consumption and production patterns in China and India on New Zealand trade and the environment
There is a global increase in food consumption with changes in dietary patterns away from staples towards more livestock products, especially in China & India. Currently the livestock sector generates 18% of global GHG ...
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 ...
The impact of Brexit on agricultural trade with New Zealand
Presentation made at EUCN Seminar Series, University of Canterbury, 26 Jul 2019.
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.