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Maximising Export Returns: Academic Articles

Welcome to a list of academic articles produced by the AERU on its research on maximising export returns.

Maximising Export Returns: Academic Articles

Welcome to a list of academic articles produced by the AERU on its research on maximising export returns.

Kia ora tatou katoa.

Since 2012, the AERU has been undertaking original research on international consumers of New Zealand food and beverage products. Research reports produced in the programmes can be accessed here.

This page gives a list of academic articles that have resulted from the research. The list can be downloaded as a PDF file here.

  • Dalziel, Paul, Tim Driver, Meike Guenther, Sini Miller, Paul Rutherford, Caroline Saunders, John Saunders and Peter Tait (2018). Developing and communicating credence attributes through agri-food global value chains to maximise export returns.International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, Special Issue on Responsible Innovation in the Agri-food Sector, 21(4): pp. 487-504, https://doi.org/10.22434/IFAMR2017.0012.

  • Dalziel, Paul and Caroline Saunders (2018). Treasury’s refreshed views on New Zealand’s economic strategy: A review article. New Zealand Economic Papers, 52(1): pp. 91-107, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00779954.2016.1268196.

  • Miller, Sini, Peter Tait, Caroline Saunders, Paul Dalziel, Paul Rutherford and Walt Abell (2017). Estimation of consumer willingness-to-pay for social responsibility in fruit and vegetable products: A cross-country comparison using a choice experiment. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 16(6): pp. e13-e24, https://doi.org/10.1002/cb.1650.

  • Miller, Sini, Saunders Caroline and Peter Tait (2016). Consumers or citizens: How do respondents answer a choice experiment about freshwater management? International Journal of Ecological Economics & Statistics, 37(4): pp. 24-39.

  • Tait, Peter, Caroline Saunders, Meike Guenther and Paul Rutherford (2016). Emerging versus developed economy consumer willingness to pay for environmentally sustainable food production: A choice experiment approach comparing Indian, Chinese and United Kingdom lamb consumers. Journal of Cleaner Production, 124(2): pp. 65-72, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.02.088.

  • Tait, Peter, Caroline Saunders, Meike Guenther, Paul Rutherford and Sini Miller (2016). Exploring the impacts of food label format on consumer willingness to pay for environmental sustainability: A choice experiment approach in the United Kingdom and Japan. International Food Research Journal, 23(4): pp. 1787-1796.

  • Guenther, Meike, Caroline Saunders, Peter Tait, John Saunders, Paul Dalziel and Paul Rutherford (2016). Consumer attitudes towards attributes in food products in the UK, Korea, Japan, India, China and Indonesia and their impact on the EU and New Zealand. Korea Review of International Studies, 19: pp. 17-35.

  • Saunders, Caroline, Meike Guenther, Peter Tait, John Saunders, Paul Dalziel and Paul Rutherford (2016). Consumer preferences for attributes in food and beverages in developed and emerging export markets and their impact on the European Union and New Zealand. Australia and New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 8(1): pp. 54-69.

  • Saunders, Caroline and Paul Dalziel with Peter Tait, Sini Miller, Meike Guenther, John Saunders, Paul Rutherford and Tim Driver (2016). “What do Overseas Customers Want from our Milk and What are They Willing to Pay For?” Workshop at the DairyNZ Farmers’ Forum, Mystery Creek Events Centre, Hamilton, 17-18 May. Published at http://www.dairynz.co.nz/media/4363865/Caroline_Saunders-What_global_customers_want_from_our_milk.pdf.

  • Tait, Peter, Caroline Saunders and Meike Guenther (2015). Valuing preferences for environmental sustainability in fruit production by United Kingdom and Japanese consumers. Journal of Food Research, 4(3): pp. 46-55, http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/jfr.v4n3p46.

  • Guenther, Meike and Caroline Saunders (2015) “The Market for Health-Enhancing Foods”. Invited contribution to an Auckland University of Technology Briefing Papers series, published at http://briefingpapers.co.nz/2015/11/the-market-for-health-enhancing-foods.

  • Miller, Sini, Peter Tait and Caroline Saunders (2015). Estimating indigenous cultural values of freshwater: A choice experiment approach to Maori values in New Zealand. Ecological Economics, 118: pp. 207-214, doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.07.031.

  • Saunders, Caroline, Meike Guenther, Peter Tait, John Saunders, Paul Dalziel and Paul Rutherford (2015). Consumer preferences in developing and developed country markets and the impact on EU and New Zealand. Asia Pacific Journal of EU Studies, 13(2): pp. 1-24.

  • Saunders, Caroline, Paul Dalziel, Peter Tait, Sini Miller, Meike Guenther, John Saunders and Tim Driver (2015) “Sustainable Economic Development and Trade.” Paper presented to the Pipfruit New Zealand annual conference, Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington, 5 August, published in Pipfruit New Zealand Inc Conference and AGM 2015 Proceedings, pp. 1-5.

  • Saunders, Caroline, Meike Guenther, Peter Tait and Paul Dalziel (2015). “Consumer Attitudes towards Attributes of Food and the Use of Digital Media and Smart Technologies to Inform and Purchase Food.” Paper presented to the 89th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Economics Society, Warwick University, Coventry, 13-15 April, published at http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/handle/204206.

  • Saunders, Caroline, Peter Tait, Meike Guenther and Paul Dalziel (2015) “Consumer Preferences in Developing and Developed Country Markets of Relevance to New Zealand Exporters.” Paper presented to the 143rd Joint EAAE/AAEA Seminar, European Association of Agricultural Economists, Naples, 25-27 March, published at http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/handle/202722. Also published at http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/202722/2/173.pdf.

  • Dalziel, Paul and Caroline Saunders (2014). Wellbeing Economics: Future Directions for New Zealand. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books.


  • Contacts: Professor Caroline Saunders at Caroline.Saunders@lincoln.ac.nz and Professor Paul Dalziel at Paul.Dalziel@lincoln.ac.nz.

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