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A comment on fisheries and agricultural trade relationships between New Zealand and Japan
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1978-02)
The primary objective of this paper is to assess the validity of New Zealand's negotiating strategies with Japan over the question of improved access for New Zealand's agricultural, forestry and fish products in the ...
A linear programming model for economic planning in New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1972-11)
A good deal of research into the likely future structure of the New Zealand economy has been carried out in the Agricultural Economics Research Unit. The aim has been to provide realistic quantitative sectoral targets or ...
The effect of taxation method on post-tax income variability
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970)
Income variability is one of the serious disadvantages of farming. It makes it difficult to organize farm development wisely and upsets the farm family's standard of living. In the past there have been boom years when ...
The development of rational policies for agricultural trade between New Zealand and Japan: proceedings of a seminar sponsored by the Japan Advisory Committee, held at Wellington on 12 December 1978
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1979-06)
This discussion paper covers the development of rational polices for agricultural trade between New Zealand and Japan. The paper includes the full text of the following papers: J. G. Pryde, Trends in Agricultural Protectionism ...
Economic factors affecting wheat areas within New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1979-12)
A stated objective of the current Government's wheat policy is that New Zealand should be self sufficient in the production of wheat. A means by which this could be achieved is through changes in the announced price for ...
A statistical analysis of sources of variance of income on sheep farms in New Zealand
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1976-06)
This paper uses a variance partitioning technique to attempt to measure the relative contribution of several factors to variation in sheep farm incomes. The analysis covers individual farms, individual regions, and the ...