Capturing more value from primary industry

Saunders, Caroline
Dalziel, Paul
Tait, Peter
McIntyre, Tiffany
Driver, Tim
Guenther, Meike
Rutherford, Paul
Saunders, John
Conference Contribution - unpublished
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Caroline Saunders, professor at Lincoln University and director of Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, speaks at E Tipu 2022: The Boma Agri Summit on capturing more value from New Zealand’s primary industry — measured for both economic and virtuous gain. "Nothing should leave New Zealand at a commodity price." "By targeting consumers who share our values, we can get win-wins: higher prices for our produce that reward social, cultural and environmental standards." Caroline Saunders has long been engaged in research relating to the economics of agriculture, with a particular focus on sustainable, social, environmental and cultural wellbeing. She is the professor of Trade and Environmental Economics and director of the Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit at Lincoln University. Her research spans a wide range of private and public bodies, industries and sector groups, both within Aotearoa and abroad — including the EU commission, Fonterra, Beef and Lamb, and more. She is a Crown appointee on the board of Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research and a member of the Reserve Bank Monetary Policy Committee. In 2020, Caroline was appointed to the board of Wool Research Organisation of New Zealand.
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