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With emphasis upon Central Australia, an assessment is made of the economic problems of pastoral firms in meeting the climatic conditions of the arid zone. Analysis ranges over the responsibility for conservation and drought planning, the inadequacy of a purely physical approach to conservation,...
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Applying econometric analysis to a model recently used by Parish, this article examines the short‐run implications for consumers and producers of the pricing decisions of the Western Australian Egg Board over the period 1953‐54 to 1962‐63.
The potato industry in South Australia is characterised by very unstable prices. One hypothesis for this instability is that potato growers' acreage responses follow a cobweb pattern, that is, a one year lag of acreage to price. This hypothesis is tested, together with a two year lag and a...
The economic criterion of public investment choice is aggregate consumers' surpluses and producers' rents generated by the investment. Its analytical model is a social revenue function and a social cost function. It is a welfare criterion only so far as efficiency is a welfare component and then...
Effective limitations on farm working capital are not easily identified but behaviour consistent with such limitations is observed. Using a linear programming analysis, the results of having limited working capital are shown. It is also shown that the value of the working capital resource is so...
One measure of the economic activity generated by the primary sector is the extent to which the demand for its products is retained within the sector or is transmitted elsewhere. In this article an analysis is made of these inter‐relationships between industries and between each industry and the...
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