Agricultural Economics Unit publications

The Centre for Rural Policy Research was  formerly known as the Agricultural Economics Unit. These are the publications of the AEU up to February 2000.

In the Centre's own publications series:

  • 250 Who Cares? A Study of Farmers' Involvement in Managing and Maintaining the Countryside
    John McInerney, Martin Turner, Donald Barr, Greg MacQueen - February 2000 - £10.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 47 2
  • 249 Farm Groups and Red Meat Marketing: A survey of retail and marketing group members
    Ben Davies - November 1999 - £10.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 50 2
  • 248 Vertical Coordination in Agriculture: A review of forces, strategies, and their implications for producers
    Ben Davies - November 1999 - £10.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 49 9
  • 247 Future Search for Rural Community Development: Insights from a Devon conference
    Julie Whittaker - December 1999 - £4.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 48 0
  • 246 A Way Forward for Devon's Rural Communities: A report on the Future
    Search Conference held in Devon, July 3rd-5th 1998, to consider the future of Devon's Rural Communities
    Julie Whittaker - August 1998 - £6.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 39 1
  • 245 Farm Incomes in South West England 1994-95
    Martin Turner and Keith Robbins - March 1996 - £8.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 37 5
  • 244 Resource Use Adjustment in the Rural Economy
    Keith Howe, John McInerney, Jo Traill Thomson, Martin Turner, Julie Whittaker - March 1996 - £6.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 36 7
  • 243 Rural Futures: Issues for the Forthcoming Rural White Paper
    Jo Trail Thomson - September 1995 - £4.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 33 2
  • 241 Agricultural Adjustment in West Somerset
    John McInerney and Martin Turner - August 1993 - £7.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 28 6
  • 240 Farm Incomes in South West England 1991-92
    Martin Turner and Keith Robbins - February 1993 - £6.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 27 8
  • 239 Fair Trade in Bananas?
    Editors: Professor John McInerney and Lord Peston - December 1992 - £8.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 24 3
  • 238 Beyond 5000 Litres: The Economics of Milk Production in a Quota Environment
    John McInerney, Martin Turner and Lester Bowker - July 1992 - £7.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 20 0
  • 237 Farm Incomes in South West England 1990-91
    Martin Turner and Keith Robbins - February 1992 - £6.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 22 7
  • 236 Patterns, Performance and Prospects in Farm Diversification
    John McInerney and Martin Turner - June 1991 - £7.50
    ISBN No. 1 870558 19 7
  • 235 Farm Incomes in South West England 1989-90
    Martin Turner and Keith Robbins - February 1991 - £5.00 ISBN No. 1 870558 17 0
  • 234 Farming, Food and Conservation
    John G Quicke - January 1990 - £3.00
  • 232 Diversification in the Use of Farm Resources
    John McInerney, Martin Turner and Michael Hollingham - November 1989 - £5.00
    ISBN No. 1 870558 10 3
  • 231 Readjustments in Dairying: An Analysis of Changes in Dairy Farming in England and Wales Following the Introduction of Milk Quotas
    John P McInerney and Michael A Hollingham - August 1989 - £5.00
  • 230 Horticultural Training: An Enquiry into its Provision in South West England
    W John Dunford with John P McInerney and Martin M Turner - July 1989 - £7.50
  • Trends in Agricultural and Horticultural Labour in South West England
    Volume I Regular and Seasonal Farm Worker 1955 to 1985
    Volume II Farmers and Family and Hired Workers 1970 to 1985
    W John Dunford and Martin M Turner - February 1988 - £6.00
  • 226 Milk Production: An Economic Survey in South West England 1985/86
    Betty J Roscoe and Martin M Turner - May 1987 - £2.50
  • 219 A Study of Minor Holdings in Devon 1983
    December 1983 - £3.00
  • 218 The Role of Farm Tourism in the Less Favoured Areas of England and Wales 1981
    August 1983 - £5.00
  • 217 Cattle and Sheep: A Financial Study of a Sample of Farms in South West England 1977/78 to 1981/82
    B R Nixon and M M Turner - March 1983 - £4.00

Agricultural Economics Discussion Papers

  • 91/01 Strategic Interaction, Vertical Market Linkages and Government Intervention in Food Markets
    S McCorriston and I M Sheldon - March 1991 - £1.00
  • 89/01 Government Intervention in Imperfectly Competitive Agricultural Input Markets: The Case of Fertiliser in the UK
    S McCorriston and I M Sheldon - November 1989 - £1.00
  • 88/03 The Welfare Implications of Nitrogen Limitation Policies
    S McCorriston and I M Sheldon - September 1988 - £1.00
  • 88/02 Estimating the Real Depreciation Rate of Agricultural Machinery
    S Cunningham - September 1988 - £1.00
  • 88/01 The UK Agricultural Input Industries: Estimating the Effects of EC Accession
    S McCorriston and I M Sheldon - May 1988 - £1.00
  • 86/01 Intra-Industry Trade and Market Fragmentation with reference to the European Tractor Industry
    S McCorriston and I M Sheldon - July 1986 - £1.00

Agricultural Economics Briefing Papers

  • 1/95 Farm Performance 1993/94: Farm Business Survey Results
    Martin Turner and Keith Robbins - May 1995 - £4.00
  • 1/90 Very Small Farms - A South West Study
    Martin M Turner - January 1990 - £1.00
  • 1/89 Diversification of Resource Use on Farms in England and Wales
    John McInerney, Martin Turner and Michael Hollingham - December 1989 - £1.00
  • 1/86 Agricultural and Horticultural Training in Somerset
    W J Dunford and M M Turner - September 1986 - £1.00

Agricultural Economics Occasional Papers

  • 5 Labour Use on UK Farms: Some Empirical Results
    Martin Turner and Mark Fogerty - October 1994 - £4.00
  • 4 Marketing Speciality Foods: A Study of 'Taste of the West'
    M M Turner, H Bowker and L B Bowker - 1993 - £4.00

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