2005 Conference (49th), February 9-11, 2005, Coff's Harbour, Australia

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The agricultural sector of Sri Lanka, which was the back bone of the economy, suffered due to various reasons including the mostly argued policy reforms called Structural [...]
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There has been growing interest in the use of market-like instruments to achieve cost effective environmental outcomes, and a range of new tools are being explored. While [...]
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The potential supply of water quality mitigation actions from diffuse sources is difficult to assess, although important for designing policies to encourage such actions. [...]
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The distributional effects of trade policies involving food are always controversial, particularly in countries for which staple foods are net imports. Indonesia is the w [...]
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Farming in the rainfed lowlands of northwest Luzon, Philippines, is highly intensive, diversified, and commercialised. The cropping-system is predominantly rice-based in [...]
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This paper presents the theoretical and empirical structure of WOOLMOD – a model of the world wool market which treats raw wool and wool products as heterogeneous commo [...]
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Wik people on Cape York Peninsula, Queensland, aspire to economic independence. Commercial processing of native forest timbers is seen by Wik people as a culturally appro [...]
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