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Criteria to evaluate the application of policy instruments designed to internalise externalities from commercial fisheries : report to Ministry of Fisheries
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2000-12)
New Zealand has the world's fourth largest Exclusive Economic Zone and a very large commercial fishery. Arguably this fishery is one of the best managed in the world. Nevertheless, many problems remain to be solved, ...
Instruments for internalising the environmental externalities in commercial fisheries : report to Ministry of Fisheries
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2000-07)
Commercial fisheries in New Zealand having significant environmental externalities are identified and a framework for comparative Environmental Impact Assessment is proposed. From this analysis and from a survey of ...
Environmental budget allocation : public preferences
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 2003-08)
It is important for central government to have good information about public preferences regarding budget allocations. Consumer sovereignty, government popularity, and efficiency are all dependent on clear articulation of ...
Enhancing financial and economic yield in tourism: dimensions and measurements of tourism yield
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre., 2007-11)
This discussion paper Dimensions of Tourism Yield represents the first in a series of papers that describe and refine various aspects of ‘tourism yield’ as currently manifesting in New Zealand. By way of background the ...
Tourism, water and waste in Westland : implications of increasing demand on infrastructure
(Lincoln University. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, 2001-07)
The growth of tourism, and its consequent benefits, are dependent on the maintenance, if not enhancement, of the West Coast's unique natural environment. Parts of this natural environment have been described as ecologically ...
Values of ecosystem services associated with intense dairy farming in New Zealand
(Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2007-02)
The increase in greenhouse gas emissions and degradation of water quality and quantity in waterways due to dairy farming in New Zealand have become of growing concern. Compared to traditional sheep and beef cattle farming, ...