Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
© Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Inc
Edited By: John Rolfe, Lin Crase, John Tisdell
Impact Factor: 1.415
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 5/15 (Agricultural Economics & Policy); 88/333 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1467-8489
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Read the top Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics articles online:
The demand for alcohol: a meta-analysis of elasticities
Craig A. Gallet
Is it too late to stabilise the global climate?
Agricultural extension policy in Australia: the good, the bad and the misguided
Sally P. Marsh and David Pannell
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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 2013, Klaus Glenk and Sergio Colombo, for their article 'Modelling outcome-related risk in choice experiments' published in volume 57, issue 4. 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, A$500 prize money and a A$500 WIley book voucher. Submit your paper today!
Call for Papers: Special issue on Resources and Energy Commodity Cycles
The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics is publishing a Special Issue on managing mining and energy commodity cycles for publication in 2015. Submissions are welcomed. The economic effects of commodity cycles in mining and energy sectors are a major policy topic in resource-rich countries. This Special Issue will follow a previous special issue on Mining and Resource Economics in the journal in 2012, which has been very highly cited. Submissions to the Special Issue should be focused on identifying and analysing economic drivers and impacts, as well as evaluating different policy mechanisms available to manage and ameliorate boom and bust cycles. It is planned that the Special Issue will be released in print form in April 2015. It is anticipated that an associated Symposium or workshop on the topic will be held in Australia in early 2015 to engage policy makers in the research findings.
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