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Group assessment survey: Coffee Large Holder Study, Goroka, 7 July 1988, Coffee Discussion Paper No.1, Goroka, PNG Coffee Industry Board

This paper is on the results of the Group Assessment survey that was carried out with the coffee plantation managers from the Eastern Highlands Province. The finding shows that with the increasing production costs, Papua New Guinea plantations could hardly cover their operating costs. It includes graphs of their monthly export costs and other operational costs.

P.M. Bodman

Coffee marketing margins in Papua New Guinea, Coffee Discussion Paper No.3, Goroka, PNG Coffee Industry Board.

This paper is presented for the a workshop organised by National Centre for Development Studies at the Australian National University in Brisbane 5-8 February 1991. It provides some background information on the size marketing margins at the processing and export stage for the last five years and presents a simple analysis o the prices series.

DGV Smith

The economics of small holder coffee production: analysis, policy and future research directions, Coffee Discussion Paper No.6, Goroka, PNG Coffee Industry Board.

This discussion paper attempts to quantify smallholder responses to changes in prices using historical time-series data and assesses the value of the economic, social and cultural factors that influence price movements showing that there is a relation between prices and supply. The study also includes qualitative approach. This paper then offers policy implications as well as future areas for policy research on coffee sector.

Duncan Overfield

The economics of small holder coffee production: analysis, policy and future research directions, Coffee Discussion Paper No.6, Goroka, PNG Coffee Industry Board.

This discussion paper attempts to quantify smallholder responses to changes in prices using historical time-series data and assesses the value of the economic, social and cultural factors that influence price movements showing that there is a relation between prices and supply. The study also includes qualitative approach. This paper then offers policy implications as well as future areas for policy research on coffee sector.

Duncan Overfield

Luke Irog, Plantation survey and production costs, Coffee Discussion Paper No.7, Goroka, Coffee Industry Corporation Ltd, Industry Affairs Division, Apr 1992, 18pp.

The Coffee Industry Act of 1976 mandated the lodging and completion of a plantation survey form. In 1991, two sets of surveys the compulsory (1) Plantation survey form and the optional (2) cost of survey form were sent out to the existing plantations and block developments identified and listed by the Coffee Board Inspectors in 1988 to update their listing database as well as and cost of production in the plantation sector. Despite receiving poor response rate due to several contributing factors,
this paper further discusses plantation surveys results and included different tables showing plantation survey results in 1989 and 1990 as well as plantation costs of production.

PNG Coffee Industry Board

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