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Incentive compatibility and procedural invariance testing of the one-and-one half-bound dichotomous choice elicitation method: distinguishing strategic behaviour from the anchoring heuristic
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 2006-09)
The contingent valuation method for estimating willingness to pay for public goods typically adopts a single referendum question format which is statistically inefficient. As an alternative, Cooper, Hanemann and Signorello ...
Managerial factors in primary production: data from a sample of New Zealand farmers with an emphasis on experience as a factor in success
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness & Economics Research Unit, 2009-05)
This report presents the data collected from a postal survey of a wide ranging sample of all types of New Zealand farmers. The survey schedule was designed to collect information enabling models to be developed explaining ...
Staying or leaving New Zealand after you graduate? – reflecting on brain drain and brain circulation issues facing graduates
(Lincoln University, 2009)
Brain drain and brain circulation are forms of skilled labour migration which have a significant impact on New Zealand’s economic growth. Based on their importance, it is suggested that economies rethink how they compete ...
Public opinion on freshwater issues and management in Canterbury
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2008-08)
Water quality in some parts of New Zealand is degraded by agriculture. Streams, lakes and rivers are affected by an increase in nutrients and sediments that impact upon ecology, recreational users and raise concern over ...
Managing energy use in tourism businesses - survey results
(Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division, 2008-08)
In partnership with the Tourism Industry Association an online survey was sent via email to all members recorded in the TIA database. As part of a three-year project on Tourism & Oil, the responses of tourism businesses ...
An assessment of the economic costs of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis in the Canterbury / Westland Region of New Zealand
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2001-09)
This research report is of a cost of illness study of multiple sclerosis in the Canterbury / Westland region. It outlines the economic costs of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis to the people with the condition, those ...