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A review of the world sheepmeat market: North America, Japan and the Middle East
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1981-12)
This paper reviews the sheepmeat markets in three importing regions (North America, Japan and the Middle East) over the period 1960-80. These regions form so called 'development' markets for N.Z. sheepmeat exports as ...
A study of Japan’s protection for selected agricultural commodities in the period between 1972 and 1977
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1979)
This thesis looks at the level of protection afforded to Japan's agricultural industry (selected commodities), with respect to the 'self-sufficiency in foodstuffs' objective and the reliance on imported feedgrains. Sp ...
An empirical analysis of idiosyncratic volatility and extreme returns in the Japanese Stock Market
(Lincoln University, 2012)
Traditional finance theory assumes that systematic risks cannot be diversified in the market and need to be priced, while idiosyncratic risks should be diversified away in a rational investor’s portfolio and should not be ...