Applied Resource Economics and Innovation
This research group is engaged in performing economic research in areas of environmental and resource economics; sustainability and development issues; climate change; and renewable and alternative energy sources. It is also involved in developing business cases for sustainable strategies in government and corporate policy making and organises training and workshops related to sustainable business and energy economics. This group performs theoretical modelling and extensive empirical research as well.
List of current projects
- Implementing Teleauscultation for remote user health services in Australia: A study with economic evaluation (ARC Linkage)
- An economic analysis of sustainable water supply in South-East Queensland: An integration of carbon impacts
- Analysing the effectiveness of renewable energy policies: Demand and supply side perspectives
PhD research projects
- Carbon reduction regulation and its implications for economic growth and technical innovation: A case for Australia
- Emissions trading and sustainable development: A case study of the Libyan manufacturing industry
- The impact of and adaptation to climate change on rice farming in Bangladesh
- Determinants of sustainable forest management and their application for the Sundarbans mangrove forest in Bangladesh
- Tourism management in protected areas: An integrated policy approach towards measuring the carbon footprint
List of members
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