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This paper contributes to an evaluation of the performance of ground nuts in drought‐prone areas by estimating yield response functions to water from experimental data. They are combined with meteorological data to simulate yields by location. Efficient genotypes are identified by several risk...
A multi‐equation end‐use model is used to analyse the consumption of sawn‐timber in Australia. The forecasting ability of the model is evaluated. Simulations of the model are reported and implications for policy are discussed.
The effects of state government regulation of primary industry are modelled. An analytical framework is presented for estimating the costs of regulation in terms of changes in economic surplus. The model permits trade between regions of the total market. An illustrative application of the...
Standard spatial equilibrium activity analysis models, as developed by Takayama and Judge (1971), are based on linear supply and demand functions and fixed input‐output coefficients. Such models are suitable for multiple market level trading systems where the fixed input‐output coefficients are...
Pollution of the River Murray by salt imposes costs on domestic and industrial users in Adelaide and to irrigators on the River Murray. Salt enters the Murray‐Darling system through saline ground water aquifers and from irrigation and drainage of saline land. Irrigation and drainage generate...
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