The Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit (AERU) provides research expertise focused on natural resources, environment and public policy, agricultural economics, regional development, trade and environment, rural sociology and marketing (both institutional and consumer).

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  • International trade implications for consumer attitudes to New Zealand food attributes 

    Saunders, John; Driver, Tim (Lincoln University. AERULincoln, New Zealand, 2016-09)
    Price premiums for New Zealand’s exported agricultural products can be achieved through the inclusion of credence attributes. This paper aims to test the value of price premiums in international markets for agri-food ...
  • Consumer insights and willingness to pay for attributes: Kiwifruit in Shanghai, China 

    Tait, Peter R.; Rutherford, Paul; Driver, Tim; Li, Xuedong; Saunders, Caroline M.; Dalziel, Paul C. (Lincoln University. AERULincoln, New Zealand, 2018-06)
    A theme of the Our Land and Water (OLW) National Science Challenge is to achieve “greater value in global markets”. This includes “understanding our international customers’ demands for products from New Zealand’s land and ...
  • Consumer insights and willingness to pay for attributes: New Zealand wine in California, USA 

    Tait, Peter R.; Rutherford, Paul; Driver, Tim; Li, Xuedong; Saunders, Caroline M.; Dalziel, Paul C. (Lincoln University. AERULincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2018-06)
    A theme of the Our Land and Water (OLW) National Science Challenge is to achieve “greater value in global markets”. This includes “understanding our international customers’ demands for products from New Zealand’s land and ...
  • Consumer insights and willingness to pay for attributes: New Zealand beef products in California, USA 

    Tait, Peter R.; Rutherford, Paul; Driver, Tim; Li, Xuedong; Saunders, Caroline M.; Dalziel, Paul C. (Lincoln University. AERULincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2018-06)
    A theme of the Our Land and Water (OLW) National Science Challenge is to achieve “greater value in global markets”. This includes “understanding our international customers’ demands for products from New Zealand’s land and ...
  • Consumer insights and willingness to pay for attributes: New Zealand yogurt products in Shanghai, China 

    Tait, Peter R.; Rutherford, Paul; Driver, Tim; Li, X.; Saunders, Caroline M.; Dalziel, Paul C. (Lincoln University. AERULincoln, New Zealand, 2018-06)
    A theme of the Our Land and Water (OLW) National Science Challenge is to achieve “greater value in global markets”. This includes “understanding our international customers’ demands for products from New Zealand’s land and ...

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