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Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce

Research Archive

Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce

 

The Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce provides teaching, research and professional services in the areas of Accounting, Business Management & Law, Economics, Finance, Marketing and Property.

The faculty has a high research profile and a proven ability to work closely with industry, government, professional bodies and other end users.

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  • Revindo, Mohamad Dian (Lincoln University, 2017-04-12)
    Indonesia faces rapid changes in its international trade policies and environment owing to its engagement in various bilateral, regional and multilateral free trade agreements. Free trade escalates business competition for ...
  • Toh, Moau Yong (Lincoln University, 2017-02-23)
    Standard bank liquidity creation theory asserts that banks create liquidity by issuing credit for liquidity-constrained agents who have production opportunities with returns increasing on the investment horizon, and in the ...
  • Old, Kevin; Nuthall, Peter L. (New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM), 2015-06)
    There is a strong belief that few farmers think well ahead on matters of farm asset succession. Nor do they take action, despite most professionals recommending that plans should be developed early in the life of a farm ...
  • Woodford, Keith B.; Lucock, Xiaomeng (New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management Inc., 2014-09)
    Wine production and consumption in China has been increasing rapidly. The wine producing regions are mainly in the drier northern part of the country and span the geographic breadth of China from west to east. About 80 per ...
  • Anyanwu, Anthony Amarachukwu (Lincoln University, 2016-10-20)
    Banks are more liquid, better capitalized, and more profitable in oil-dependent countries. However, bank credit to the private sector is relatively low as a percentage of GDP. The low level has been blamed, amongst other ...

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