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Duncan Overfield & Luke Irog, Small holder research and monitoring: methodological considerations and preliminary results, Coffee Discussion Paper No.8, Goroka, Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd, Industry Affairs Division, Aug 1992, 48pp.

This paper discusses the study of smallholder research and monitoring, and it is designed to collect reliable data on factors that affect and influence coffee production and to disentangle the individual factors and quantify their impact. This paper contains material on methodological considerations, data analysis and preliminary monitoring results of this study. It can be useful in areas related to rural development in Papua New Guinea.The study lasted until the end of 1993.

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Duncan Overfield, Coffee and smallholder households in Benabena District, Eastern Highlands province: economic issues and interim results, Coffee Discussion Paper No.10, Goroka, Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd, Industry Affairs Division, Mar 1993, 32pp.

This paper is on coffee and smallholder households in Benabena District, Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea with its economic issues and interim results. It discusses (1) smallholder coffee production: household statistics, (2) Coffee as part of rural livelihood systems, (3) Determinants of household coffee production and income levels, and (4) Policy implications.

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Duncan Overfield, The smallholder coffee system: production costs, grower returns and economic sustainability, Coffee Discussion Paper No.15, Goroka, Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd, Industry Affairs Division, May 1994, 12pp.

This paper is on the smallholder coffee system production costs, grower returns and economic sustainability and it is concerned with costs of production in the smallholder coffee sector and the associated economic returns to its labour. It contains (1) smallholder production levels and associated yields, (2) labour inputs and appropriate economic evaluation (3) Smallholder production costs, (4) prices and marketing patterns (5) grower returns, (6) Coffee production and labour inputs and (7) policy recommendations for sustainability.

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Kessy Kufinale, The case of catimor in Papua New Guinea, Coffee Discussion Paper No.17, Goroka, Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd, Industry Affairs Division, Oct 1994, 35pp.

Economist Kessy Kufinale writes this discussion paper on the case of Catimor in Papua New Guinea. This paper evaluates Catimor, a larger research project in PNG, to provide a justification for its introduction in PNG and to provide economic values and establishment in this field.

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Gerald Stapleton, Plantation cost of production survey 1995, Coffee Discussion Paper No.19, Goroka, Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd, Industry Affairs Division, Jan 1997, 19pp.

This paper describes plantation cost of production survey in 1995. It discusses the survey, its methodology, characteristics of respondent plantations and factories and discusses the results. It also refers to relevant issues of labour costs, profitability, competitiveness and yields.

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P.M. Bodman, Quarterly Coffee Report No.15, Goroka, PNG Coffee Industry Board, Apr 1989, 12pp., and appendices, p/c.

This coffee report of April 1989 provides updated report on coffee market developments as well as data on coffee production and exports, global trends and quotas, and bounty rates. This report contains coffee statistics and tables on average prices per exporter of robust and Arabica coffee.

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