Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
© Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Inc
Edited By: Allan Rae, Ross Cullen, Geoff Kerr
Impact Factor: 1.061
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 6/15 (Agricultural Economics & Policy); 114/321 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1467-8489
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Opportunities and challenges facing the Australian resources sector
Kate Penney, Jane Melanie, Clare Stark and Terry Sheales
The contemporary China resources boom
Mining booms and government budgets
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Recent years have seen significant growth in the mineral and energy resource industries globally. The environmental and social impacts of mining continue to be an important focus of public debate and academic research, and this special issue brings that debate sharply into focus.
Watch the editors and some of the authors from the special issue on mineral and energy policies sharing their thoughts on these issues.
Best paper prize
The editors and Wiley-Blackwell congratulate the winners of the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics best paper prize for 2012, Ben White and Rohan Sadler, for their article Optimal conservation investment for a biodiversity-rich agricultural landscape published in volume 56, issue 1. You can read the article online now.
The AJARE best paper prize is awarded to the best paper published in each volume, and comes with a certificate and A$500 in prize money. Submit your paper today!
You can read recent Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics special issues online now.