The project aims to provide robust guidelines for responding to an Foot-and-Mouth-Disease outbreak.
Human Behaviour Modelling
We use computers to model human behaviour to understand why, how, when and where people adopt new technologies like solar panels or electric cars under a range of different scenarios.
We used the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) framework to investigate the costs and benefits of alternative long-term management strategies for living infrastructure in Canberra, Australia.
Regional development economics
AJARE’s Best Paper Prize Winner for 2020 This work stems from a project analysing potential future regional development pathways involving […]
Economics of water management in hyper-arid areas Managing water resources in hyper-arid regions requires proactive management and infrastructure planning. Our […]