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  • The application of linear programming to problems of national economic policy in New Zealand 

    O'Malley, T. R. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1971)
    This study is part of the Lincoln interindustry research programme. Using the same basic interindustry data the task will be to determine the maximum amount of consumption which can be achieved in the target year. Rather ...
  • Land development by Government 1945-69 

    Plunkett, H. J. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1971)
    From the earliest European settlement in New Zealand the wealth of the country has depended heavily upon agriculture. With a lack of useful mineral resources, small population, isolation from markets, moist temperate ...
  • Consumer demand for beef in the E. E. C. 

    Hannah, A. C. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1971)
    In the negotiations connected with Britain' s entry into the E. E. C., New Zealand possesses very little true bargaining power. The only advantage we can use is to be better informed than the other side about the structure ...
  • An application of demand theory in projecting New Zealand retail consumption 

    Court, R. H. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1966)
    The increasing emphasis on economic planning in recent years has made it important that planners and policy-makers should know, or at least have some idea of, the likely future courses of leading economic variables. This ...
  • The theory and estimation of Engel curves: some estimates for meat in New Zealand 

    Yandle, C. A. (Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970)
    This paper is one of a series based on original research conducted by Christopher Yandle at Lincoln on the New Zealand Meat Market. In the course of this work the author conducted a questionaire survey of 300 families ...

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