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ANZRSAI Conference 2014

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Conference paper

4 Dec 2014

Local Government Councils are reliant on a number of funding sources including State and Federal governments as well as their community constituents to enable them to provide a range of public services. Given these funding sources councils need to have in place a range of...

Conference paper

4 Dec 2014

Under recent budget cuts for public investment, most public facilities including irrigation and drainage facilities become aging and deteriorating, and will negatively affect productivity in Japan. To evaluate macroeconomic effect of changes in public facilities, the current study uses the recursive dynamic computable general equilibrium...

Conference paper

4 Dec 2014

After East Japan earth quake and flood in Thailand in 2011, firms try to diversify location of their material suppliers, and this probably increases spatial flexibility, i.e. spatial dependence, in economic structure. Considering such economic structural change, to evaluate impacts of future climate change, which...

Conference paper

4 Dec 2014

Several attempts have been proposed in the literature to relax the restrictive assumptions of a standalone input-output model. Particularly, endogenisation of the household sector, which exhibits the highest constant returns to scale, has been continuously recognised as a key objective of such attempts. This objective...

Conference paper

4 Dec 2014

The average Australian expenditure on fresh fruits and vegetables is only about 0.1% per week of total food and non-alcoholic beverage expenditure. This has a current challenge towards a long-term sustainability of the organic farms and organisation. The aim of this paper is to segment...

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