Agriculture and Environment

The Agriculture and Environment research theme has a long tradition at UNE. We address issues of international relevance in Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, Environmental Economics, Climate Policy, Development, and Biosecurity. We work in collaboration with our extensive networks within Australia and around the World.

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  • Postgraduate Students
  • Projects

Our staff

  • Expertise: Energy Economics, Regional Science, Economic Development, The Chinese Economy
  • Expertise: Business Management, Human Resource Management, Organisation Management
  • Expertise: Economics, Environmental Studies, Natural Resource Economics
  • Expertise: Agro-food markets, consumer preferences, price transmission
  • Expertise: Gender, politics, policy, agribusiness, paid parental leave, pay equity, women on boards
  • Expertise: Economic policy analysis, CGE modelling, Carbon pricing, Trade policy
  • Expertise: Agricultural Economics, Environmental Economics, Invasive Species and Biosecurity
  • Expertise: Economics, Econometrics, Agricultural Economics, Development Economics

Publications

Agricultural Economics

Tighe, K., Piggott, N., Cacho, O., Mounter, S. and Villano, R. (2019).  Testing for pre-committed quantities of Australian meat demand. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 63, 247-264.  doi: 10.1111/1467-8489.12300

Grieb, T. & Hoang, N. (2019). The Effects of Hedging and Speculation on Cash-Futures Basis: Results from U.S. Wheat Markets. Review of Economics and Finance, 16(3) - forthcoming.

Wang, C., Siriwardana, M. & Meng, S. (2019), Effects of the Chinese arable land fallow system and lang-use change on agricultural production and on the economy. Economic Modelling. 79, 186-197.

Newsome, L., & Sheridan, A. (2018). Taking Stock: Identifying the Growing Agricultural Service Sector in Australia. Australasian Agribusiness Review, 26(1).

Morales, L. E., Hoang, N. & Stuen, E., (2017). Spatial Price Premium Transmission for Meat Standards Australia Graded Cattle: The Vulnerability of Price Premiums to Outside Shocks. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 61(4), 590-609.

Tighe, K., Cacho, O., Mounter, S., Villano, R., Ball, B., Pethick, D., & Fleming, E. (2017). Determinants of consumer willingness to pay for quality-graded Australian sheep meat. Animal Production Science. 58 (9), 1692-1699.

Morales, L. E. (2017). The Effects of International Price Volatility on Farmer Prices and Marketing Margins in Cattle Markets. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review. 21 (3), 335-350

Morales, L. E., Griffith, G., Wright, V., Fleming, E., Umberger, W. & Hoang, N., (2016). Branding Fresh Food: Who Is Willing to Pay More for Beef?, Acta Alimentaria, DOI: 10.1556/066.2016.0015.

Baker, D. & Enahoro, D., (2014). Policy analysis and advocacy for livestock-based development: The gap between household-level analysis and higher-level models, Food Policy, pp. 361-364.

Perera, S., Siriwardana, M. & Mounter, S., (2014). Should Agriculture be Exempt from Trade Reforms in South Asia?, Asia-Pacific Development Journal, 21(4), pp. 67-106.

Biosecurity

Hester, S.M. & Cacho, O.J., (2017). The contribution of passive surveillance to invasive species management, Biological Invasions, 19(3), pp.737-748.

Rossiter, A. & Hester, S. M., (2017). Designing Biosecurity Inspection Regimes to Account for Stakeholder Incentives: An Inspection Game Approach, Economic Record, doi:10.1111/1475-4932.12315.

Hester, S.M., Hauser, C.E., & Kean, J.M. (2017). Tools for designing and evaluating post-border surveillance systems. In A. Robinson, T. Walshe, M. Burgman & M. Nunn (Eds.), Invasive species: risk assessment (pp. 17-52). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Komaladara, P., Patrick, I. & Hoang, N., (2016). Contract bonus systems to encourage biosecurity adoption on small-scale broiler farms in Indonesia, Animal Production Science, 58(3), 595-600.

Zull, A.F., Lawes, R.A. & Cacho, O. J., (2016). A crowding-dependent population model for woody weeds – Where size does matter, Environmental Modelling and Software, 76, 108-116.

Spring, D. & Cacho, O. J., (2015). Estimating eradication probabilities and trade-offs for decision analysis in invasive species eradication programs, Biological Invasions, 17, pp. 191-204.

Panetta, F.D. & Cacho, O.J., (2014). Designing weed containment strategies: An approach based on feasibilities of eradication and containment, Diversity and Distributions, 1(12), pp. 1-12.

Burgman, M.A., McCarthy, M.A., Robinson, A., Hester, S.M., McBride, M.F., Elith, J. & Panetta, F.D., (2013). Improving decisions for invasive species management: reformulation and extensions of the Panetta-Lawes eradication graph. Diversity and Distributions, 19(5-6) pp. 603-607.

Hester, S.M., Cacho, O.J., Panetta, F.D. & Hauser, C.E., (2013). Economic aspects of weed risk management, Diversity and Distributions, 19 (5-6), 580-589.

Climate, Carbon and Energy

Nong, D., Siriwardana, M., Perera, S. and Nguyen, D.B. (2019). Growth of low emission-intensive energy production and energy impact in Vietnam under the new regulation, Journal of Cleaner Production, 225, 90-103.

Tran, T.M., Siriwardana, M., Meng, S. & Nong, D. (2019), Impact of an emissions trading scheme on Australian households: A computable general equilibrium analysis, Journal of Cleaner Production, 221, 439-456.

Villano, R.A., Macandog, D., Acosta, L., Tran, C., Eugenio, E. & Macandog, P. (2019). Measuring disaster resilience in the Philippines:  Evidence using network data envelopment analysis. Climate and Development, DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2019.1599317

Henderson, B., Cacho, O., Thornton, P., van Wijk, M., & Herrero, M. (2018). The economic potential of residue management and fertilizer use to address climate change impacts on mixed smallholder farmers in Burkina Faso. Agricultural Systems, 167, 195-205. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2018.09.012.

Meng, S., Siriwardana, M., McNeill, J., & Nelson, T. (2018). The impact of an ETS on the Australian energy sector: An integrated CGE and electricity modelling approach. Energy Economics, 69, 213-224.

Nong, D., & Siriwardana, M. (2018). Effects on the U.S. economy of its proposed withdrawal from the Paris Agreement: A quantitative assessment. Energy, 159, 621-629.

Nong, D., & Siriwardana, M. (2018). Potential impacts of the Emissions Reduction Fund on the Australian economy. Energy Economics, 74, 387-398.

Nong, D., & Siriwardana, M. (2018). The most advantageous partners for Australia to bilaterally link its emissions trading scheme. International Journal of Global Warming, 15, 371-391.

Siriwardana, M., & Nong, D. (2018). Economic implications for Australia and other major emitters of trading greenhouse gas emissions internationally. International Journal of Global Warming, 16(3), 261-280.

Henderson, B., Golub, A., Pambudi, D., Hertel, T., Godde, C., Herrero, M., Cacho, O. & Gerber, P., (2017). The Power and Pain of Market-based Carbon Policies: A Global Application to Greenhouse Gases from Ruminant Livestock Production, Mitigation and Adaption Strategies for Global Change, DOI 10.1007/s11027-017-9737-0.

Nong, D., Meng, S., & Siriwardana, M. (2017). An assessment of a proposed ETS in Australia by using the MONASH-Green model. Energy Policy, 108, 281-291.

Salim, R., Yao, Y., & Chen, G. (2017). Does human capital matter for energy consumption in China? Energy Economics, 67, 49-59.

Salim, R., Yao, Y., Chen, G., & Zhang, Z. (2017). Can foreign direct investment harness energy consumption in China? A time series investigation. Energy Economics, 66, 43-53.

Nong, D. & Siriwardana, M., (2017). Australia’s Emissions Reduction Fund in an International Context, Economic Analysis and Policy, 54, pp.123-134.

Shabani, F., Cacho, O. & Kumar, L., (2016). Effects of Climate Change on Economic Feasibility of Future Date Palm Production: An Integrated Assessment in Iran, Human andEcological Risk Assessmen, DOI 10.1080/10807039.2016.1162089.

Cacho, O., Paolantonio, A., Branca, G., Cavatassi, R., Arslan, A., & Lipper, L. (2017). Identifying Strategies to Enhance the Resilience of Smallholder Farming Systems: Evidence from Zambia. In L. Lipper, N. McCarthy, D. Zilberman, S. Asfaw & G. Branca (Eds.), Climate Smart Agriculture, Building Resilience to Climate Change (pp. 425-441).Natural Resource Management and Policy. Vol. 52 pp. 425-441. Springer.

Henderson, B., Godde, C., Medina-Hidalgo, D., van Wijk, M., Silvestri, S., Douxchamps, S., Stephenson, E., Power, B., Rigolot, C., Cacho. O. & Herrero, M., (2016). Closing system-wide yield gaps to increase food production and mitigate GHGs among mixed crop–livestock smallholders in Sub-Saharan Africa, Agricultural systems, 143, 106-113. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2015.12.006.

Cacho, O. J., Milne, S., Gonzalez, R. & Tacconi, L., (2014). Benefits and costs of deforestation by smallholders: Implications for forest conservation and climate policy, Ecological Economics, 107, pp. 321–332.

Martin, N. & Rice, J., (2015). Improving Australia's renewable energy project policy and planning: A multiple stakeholder analysis, Energy Policy, 84, pp. 128-141.

Rice, J. & Martin, N., (2014). Influencing climate change regulations: examining responses from large-scale firms, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, pp. 1-18.

Shabani, F. & Kotey, B., (2015). Future distribution of cotton and wheat in Australia under potential climate change, The Journal of Agricultural Science, pp. 1-11.

Sajeewani, D., Siriwardana, M. & McNeill, J., (2015). Household Distributional and Revenue Recycling Effects of the Carbon Price in Australia, Climate Change Economics, 6(3), pp. 1-23.

Siriwardana, M., Meng, S. & McNeill, J., (2013). A CGE assessment of the Australian carbon tax policy, International Journal of  Global Energy Issues,36, Nos. 2/3/4, pp.242–261.

Cacho, O., Lipper, L. & Moss, J., (2013). Transaction costs of carbon offset projects: A comparative study, Ecological Economics, 88 pp. 232-243.

Meng, S., Siriwardana, M., & McNeill, J., (2013). The Environmental and Economic Impact of the Carbon Tax in Australia, Environmental and Resource Economics, 54, pp. 313-332.

Hine, D.W., Reser, J.P., Phillips, W.J., Cooksey, R., Marks, A.D.G., Nunn, P., Watt, S.E., Bradley, G.L. & Glendon, A.I., (2013). Identifying climate change interpretive communities in a large Australian Sample, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 36, pp. 229-239.

Ecosystem Services

Adapa, S., (2018). Factors influencing consumption and anti-consumption of recycled water: Evidence from Australia. Journal of Cleaner Production, 201, 624-635.

Bateman, L., Yi, D., Cacho, O.J., & Stringer, R. (2018). Payments for environmental services to strengthen ecosystem connectivity in an agricultural landscape. Environment and Development Economics. 23 (6) 635-654.

Hossain, M., & Farooque, O. A. (2017). The Emission Trading System, Risk Management Committee and Voluntary Corporate Response to Climate Change- A CDP Study. International Journal of Accounting and Information Management.

Purdy, D. H., Hadley, D. J., Kenter, J. O. & Kinch, J., (2017). Sea Cucumber Moratorium and Livelihood Diversity in Papua New Guinea, Coastal Management, 45(2), pp.1-17, DOI:10.1080/08920753.2017.1278147.

Martin, N., Evans, M., Rice, J., Lodhia, S. & Gibbons, P., (2016). Using offsets to mitigate environmental impacts of major projects: A stakeholder analysis, Journal of Environmental Management, 179, pp. 58-65.

Bateman, I.J., Perino, G., Abson, D., Andrews, B., Crowe, A., Dugdale, S., Fezzi, C., Foden, J., Hadley, D., Haines-Young, R., Harwood, A., Hulme, M., Kontoleon, A., Munday, P., Pascual, U., Paterson, J., Sen, A., Siriwardena, G. & Termansen, M., 2014. The UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Valuing Changes in Ecosystem Services. In: Helm, D. & Hepburn, C., eds, Chapter 5, Nature in the Balance: The Economics of Biodiversity, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Perraton, S., Blackwell, B., Fischer, A., Gaston, T. & Meyers, G., (2014). Systemic barriers to wastewater reuse in Australia: Some jurisdictional examples, Australasian Journal of Environmental Management.

Sinden, J.A., Downey, P., Cacho, O. & Hester, S., (2013). Economic efficiency, site selection and funding policies to protect native plant communities from the weed, bitou bush, in Australia, Journal of Environmental Management, 128, pp. 1071-1080.

Bateman, I.J., Harwood, A. R., Abson, D.J., Andrews, B., Crowe, A., Dugdale, S., Fezzi, C., Foden, J., Hadley, D., Haines-Young, R., Hulme, M., Kontoleon, A., Munday, P., Pascual, U., Paterson, J., Perino, G., Sen, A., Siriwardena, G. & Termansen, M., (2013). Economic Analysis for the UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Synthesis and Scenario Valuation of Changes in Ecosystem Services, Environmental and Resource Economics, published online, DOI: 10.1007/s10640-013-9662-y.

Bateman, I.J., Harwood, A.R., Mace, G.M., Watson, R.T., Abson, D.J., Andrews, B., Binner, A., Crowe, A., Day, B.H., Dugdale, S., Fezzi, C., Foden, J., Hadley, D., Haines-Young, R., Hulme, M., Kontoleon, A., Lovett, A.A., Munday, P., Pascual, U., Paterson, J., Perino, G., Sen, A., Siriwardena, G., van Soest, D., Termansen, M.  (2013). Bringing Ecosystem Services into Economic Decision-Making: Land Use in the United Kingdom. Science, 341(6141), 45-50. doi: 10.1126/science.1234379

Bateman, I.J., Harwood, A.R., Mace, G.M., Watson, R.T., Abson, D.J., Andrews, B., Binner, A., Crowe, A., Day, B.H., Dugdale, S., Fezzi, C., Foden, J., Hadley, D., Haines-Young, R., Hulme, M., Kontoleon, A., Lovett, A.A., Munday, P., Pascual, U., Paterson, J., Perino, G., Sen, A., Siriwardena, G., van Soest, D. & Termansen, M., (2013). Ecosystem Services: Response, Science, 342(6157), 421-422.

Moss, J., Sinden, J.A. & Stayner, R., (2012). Estimating the cost of protecting groundcover on privately managed properties in the Australian Rangelands: the case of West 2000 plus enterprise-based conservation scheme, The Rangeland Journal, 34, pp.75-87.

Efficiency and Productivity

Asante, B., Temoso, O., Addai, K. and Villano, R.A. (2019) Evaluating productivity gaps in maize production across different agroecological zones in Ghana

Gong T (Charles), Battese GE, Villano RA, (2019) Family Farms Plus Cooperatives in China: Technical Efficiency in Crop Production, Journal of Asian Economics.

Villano, R. A., Asante, B., & Bravo-Ureta, B. (2019). Farming systems and productivity gaps: Opportunities for improving smallholder performance in the Forest-Savannah transition zone of Ghana. Land Use Policy, 82, 220-227. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanusepol.2018.12.010)

Temoso, O., Hadley, D., & Villano, R. (2018). Sources of efficiency, productivity and output growth in Botswanan agriculture. Review of Development Economics, doi:10.1111/rode.12376.

Temoso, O., Villano, R. & Hadley, D., (2016). Evaluating the productivity gap between commercial and traditional beef production systems in Botswana, Agricultural Systems, 149, pp.30-39.

Nchinda, V.P., Villano, R.A., Hadley, D. & Morales, E.L., (2016). Performance of smallholder minisett seed yam farm enterprises in Cameroon, African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 11(4), pp.277-91.

Villano, R., Bravo-Ureta, B., Solis, D. & Fleming, E., (2015). Modern Rice Technologies and Productivity in the Philippines: Disentangling Technology from Managerial Gaps, Journal of Agricultural Economics, 66(1), pp. 129-144.

Temoso, O., Villano, R.A. & Hadley, D., (2015). Agricultural productivity, efficiency and growth in a semi-arid country: a case study of Botswana, African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 10(3), pp. 192-206.

Tozer, P. & Villano, R., (2013). Decomposing Productivity and Efficiency among Western Australian Grain Producers, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 38(3), pp. 312-326.

Asante, B.O., Villano, R.A. & Battese, G.E., (2014). The effect of the adoption of yam minisett technology on the technical efficiency of yam farmers in the forest-savanna transition zone of Ghana, African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 9(2), pp. 75-90.

Kramol, P., Villano, R., Kristiansen, P. & Fleming, E., (2013). Productivity differences between organic and other vegetable farming systems in northern Thailand, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, pp. 1-16.

Kramol, P., Villano, R., Kristiansen, P. & Fleming, E., (2013). Productivity differences between organic and other vegetable farming systems in northern Thailand, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, pp. 1–16.

Farming Systems

Nchinda, V.P., Hadley, D., Villano, R.A. & Morales, E.L. (2020). Assessing the impact of adoption of improved seed yam technology in Cameroon, The Journal of Developing Areas, 54(2), 15-29, DOI: 10.1353/jda.2020.0013

Gong, T.C., Battese, G.E., Villano, R.A. (2019). Should smallholder farming in China be discouraged? Panel evidence from Anhui Province. The Journal of Developing Areas, 53(1), 33-49. (doi: 10.1353/jda.2019.0002).

Asante, B.O., Villano, R.A., Patrick, I.W. & Battese, G.B., (2017). Determinants of farm diversification in integrated crop-livestock farming systems in Ghana, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, pp. 1-19, doi: 10.1017/s1742170516000545.

Mohammadi, A., Cowie, A.L., Cacho, O., Kristiansen, P., Mai, T.L.A., & Joseph, S. (2017). Biochar addition in rice farming systems: Economic and energy benefits. Energy.

Asante, B.O., Villano, R.A., Patrick, I.W., & Battese, G.B. (2017). Impacts of exposure and access to seed on the adoption of dual-purpose cowpea and groundnut varieties in Ghana. The Journal of Developing Areas, 51(3), 173-194.

Temoso, O., Coleman, M., Baker, D., Morley, P., Baleseng, L., Makgekgenene, A., & Bahta, S. (2017). Using path analysis to predict body weight from body measurements of goats and sheep of communal rangelands in Botswana. South African Journal of Animal Science.

Behrendt, K., Cacho, O., Scott, J.M. & Jones, R.M., (2016). Using seasonal stochastic dynamic programming to identify optimal management decisions that achieve maximum economic sustainable yields from grasslands under climate risk, Agricultural Systems, 145, pp.13-23.

Behrendt, K., Cacho, O., Scott, J.M. & Jones, R., (2013). Optimising pasture and grazing management decisions on the Cicerone Project farmlets over variable time horizons, Animal Production Science, 53, pp. 796-805.

Behrendt, K., Scott, J.M., Cacho, O. & Jones, R., (2013). Simulating the impact of fertiliser strategies and prices on the economics of developing and managing the Cicerone Project farmlets under climatic uncertainty, Animal Production Science,53, pp. 806-816.

Scott, F., Cacho, O. & Scott, J.M., (2013). Economic risk analysis of different livestock management systems, Animal Production Science, 53, pp. 788-795.

Scott, F., Scott, J.M. & Cacho, O., (2013). Whole-farm returns show true profitability of three different livestock management systems, Animal Production Science, 53, pp. 780-787.

Scott, J.M., Behrendt, K., Colvin, A., Scott, F., Shakhane, L.M., Guppy, C., Hoad, J., Gaden, C.A., Edwards, C., Hinch, G.N., Cacho, O.J., Donald, G.E., Cottle, D., Coventry, T., Williams, G. & Mackay, D.F., (2013). Integrated overview of results from a farmlet experiment which compared the effects of pasture inputs and grazing management on profitability and sustainability, Animal Production Science, 53, pp. 841-855.

Food Value Chains

Soriano, F.A., Villano, R.A., Fleming, E.F., & Battese, G.E. (2018). What's driving innovation in small businesses in Australia: The case of the food industry. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 59, 1-33, (doi: 10.1111/1467-8489.12284).

Dizyee, K., Baker, D., & Rich, K.M. (2017). A quantitative value chain analysis of policy options for the beef sector in Botswana. Agricultural Systems, 156, 13-24.

Baker, D., Mtimet, N., Pica-Ciamarra, U. & Nsiima, L., (2016). Consumers’ preferences for animal source foods and retail outlets: the case of Tanzania, African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 11(3).

Mounter, S., Griffith, G. & Fleming, E., (2016). Achieving better strategic fit and higher surplus for Australian beef value chains by recognising and countering chain failure, Animal Production Science. dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN15460

Morales, L.E., Griffith, G., Fleming, E., Wright, V., Umberger, W. & Hoang, N., (2013). Variables affecting the propensity to buy branded beef among groups of Australian beef buyers, Meat Science, 94(2), 239-46.

Name

Degree

Country

Project Title

Sheeraz Ahmad

PhD

Pakistan

Consumer Preferences and Opportunities for Differentiation of Tomatoes in Pakistan

Bright Owus  Asante

PhD

Ghana

A Microeconometric Assessment of the Integrated Crop-Livestock Production Systems in Ghana

Siobhan Davies

PhD

Australia

An institutional framework for providing cultural flows in the Murray Darling Basin

Benjamin Henderson

PhD

Australia

Economic assessments of practices and policies to address climate change and sustainable development for agriculture at global, regional and farm population scales

Thida Chaw Hlaing

PhD

Myanmar

Determinants of household food insecurity:  Empirical evidence using the case study Central Dry Zone (CDZ), Myanmar

Murray Dean Jenkins

PhD

Australia

The impact on the Australian uranium industry from external policy shocks: a study using CGE analysis

Salahadin Khairo

PhD

Australia

Maximizing economic benefits from managing wild dogs in livestock industries in northern NSW

Isaac Koomson

PhD

Ghana

Impact of financial literacy on financial inclusion and household welfare in Ghana

Ei Mon Thida Kyaw

PhD

Myanmar

Out-migration, agrarian transition and gender role of left-behind women in Myanmar

Peter Musinguzi

PhD

Uganda

Social Enterprises and sustainable rural development: their performance, sustainability and impacts on beneficiaries’ livelihoods

Lindikaya Wiseman Myeki

MPhil

South Africa

Relationships between Psychological Attributes and Farm Business Performance of South Africa’s Smallholder Farmers

Thanh Hien Nguyen

PhD

Vietnam

Effect of agricultural certification on smallholder coffee producers in Vietnam

Thi Tam Ninh Nguyen

PhD

Vietnam

Bundling credit and risk management strategies to promote resilient coffee production in Vietnam

Nchinda Valentine Petentsebenkwange

PhD

Cameroon

Economics of Improved Seed Yam Production: Implications for Food Security in Cameroon

Meizal Popat

PhD

Mozambique

Dynamics of food waste on small-scale economy countries: empirical evidence from the maize primary production in Mozambique

Sarah Rohr

PhD

Australia

Accounting for Food Loss and Waste within a Chain Failure Framework

Lorraine Smith (Gordon)

PhD

Australia

The sustainability of conventional and alternative beef cattle grazing systems in the high rainfall areas of Northern NSW.

Yuba Raj Subedi

PhD

Nepal

Defining the conditions for agricultural diversification through agroforestry in the hills of Nepal

Kara Tighe

PhD

Australia

Determinants of Australian consumer
meat demand

Onkemetse Wani

PhD

Australia

Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation: A CGE Case Study of Botswana’s Agricultural Sector

Tian Jihadhan Wankar

PhD.I

Indonesia

Developing a marketing strategy for selling high value Nusa Tenggara Barat beef in selected urban markets in Indonesia

Yue (Nikki) Zhang

PhD

China

The Value of Information and Information Sharing in the Australian Beef and Sheep Meat Supply Chain

Project Title

Participants

Funding Agency

Integrating land use and data quality improvement in Ethiopia's MRV system. 2019-20.

Derek Baker

ACIAR

Adoption Study on ACIAR Project AS1/1999/036: Developing profitable beef business systems for previously disadvantaged farmers in South Africa. 2014-15.

Garry Griffith

ACIAR

Grass-fed markets and value chains for small-scale and emerging beef cattle farmers in South Africa  (STAGE ONE). 2012-2017.

Garry Griffith, Derek Baker

ACIAR

Improving cattle production and smallholder livelihoods in crop-based farming systems in Indonesia. 2018-21.

Heather Burrow, Derek Baker, Garry Griffith,  Alison Sheridan

ACIAR

Grass-fed markets and value chains for small-scale and emerging beef cattle farmers in South Africa (STAGE TWO). 2017-21.

Heather Burrow, Stuart Mounter, Derek Baker, Rene Villano, Garry Griffith, Donella Piper, Masood Azeem

ACIAR

Agricultural Policy Research to Support Natural Resource Management in Indonesia's Upland Landscapes - with The University of Adelaide. 2018-2021.

Oscar Cacho, Jonathan Moss

ACIAR

Enhancing farm-household management decision-making for increased productivity inthe Eastern Gangetic Plains - with UWA. 2018-2021.

Rene Villano

ACIAR

Adaptation to carbon-tax-induced changes in energy demand in rural and regional Australia. 2012-19.

Mahinda Siriwardana

ARC Linkage

Use of unmanned aerial vehicles for biosecurity surveillance -- scoping project. 2015.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

Carrots and Sticks: testing incentive-based drivers for importer compliance. 2013-2018.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

The value of early detection and cost-effective surveillance measures against foot-and-mouth disease in Australia. 2015-16.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

Torres Strait risk and resource allocation project. 2015-16.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

Methodology to guide marine pest incursions under the National Environmental Biosecurity Response Framework. 2016-17.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

Biosecurity response decision support framework. 2016-2018.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

A framework for prioritising plant-pests. 2016-2018.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

Increasing confidence in pre-border risk management. 2017-2019.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

Compliance-based inspection/Continuous sampling plan sensitivity: incorporating pre-border information analysis . 2017-2019.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

CEBRA Research: harnessing past and new work to improve uptake. 2018-20.

Susie Hester

CEBRA

Re-evaluating management of established pests including the European wasp, Vespula germanica using biocontrol agents.. 2019-20.

Susie Hester and Oscar Cacho

CEBRA

Chain Failure and Chain Goods in Sustainable Food Value Chains. 2015-17.

Garry Griffith, Euan Fleming, Stuart Mounter, Emilio Morales, Derek Baker

Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme)

Background paper on adaptation paths for vulnerable areas in support of SOFA 2016. 2016.

Oscar Cacho, Jonathan Moss

FAO

Advanced Livestock Measurement Technologies. 2017-18.

Garry Griffith

Murdoch University

Economic potential of abatement options for farming systems in NSW. 2019-20.

Oscar Cacho

NSW Department of Primary Industries

Feasibility of Eradicating Hawkweeds in NSW: analysis of resource requirements. 2019-20.

Oscar Cacho

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Australian female agricultural entrepreneurs. ongoing.

Lucie Newsome, Alison Sheridan, Theresa Smith- Ruig

UNEBS

Justice in post-disaster relief when resource constraints bite: Pakistan’s housing reconstruction challenges following the 2010 flood disaster. .

Steven Schilizzi and  Masood Azeem

UWA-Pakistan Flood Reconstruction Scholarship

Dry Ageing Australian Sheep Meat for Potential Markets. 2017-18.

Garry Griffith

Western Australian Agriculture Authority