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  1. Optimisation of economic performance and stock resilience in marine capture fisheries
  2. What vaccination rate(s) minimize total societal costs after ’opening up’ to COVID-19? Age-structured SIRM results for the Delta variant in Australia (New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia)
  3. Assessing the coastal protection services of natural mangrove forests and artificial rock revetments
  4. Optimal surveillance against bioinvasions: a sample average approximation method applied to an agent‐based spread model
  5. Equilibrium Modeling for Environmental Science: Exploring the Nexus of Economic Systems and Environmental Change
  6. Epidemiological modelling of the health and economic effects of COVID-19 control in Australia’s second wave
  7. Integrated perspective on translating biophysical to economic impacts of climate change
  8. Health and economic costs of early and delayed suppression and the unmitigated spread of COVID-19: The case of Australia
  9. Rice land protection in a transitional economy: The case of Vietnam
  10. Robust estimates of the true (population) infection rate for COVID-19: a backcasting approach
  11. Health and Economic Effects of COVID-19 control in Australia: Modelling and quantifying the payoffs of ‘hard’ versus ‘soft’ lockdown
  12. Optimal surveillance against foot-and-mouth disease: A sample average approximation approach
  13. Health and Economic Costs of Early, Delayed and No Suppression of COVID-19: The Case of Australia
  14. Estimating the true (population) infection rate for COVID-19: A Backcasting Approach with Monte Carlo Methods
  15. Effectiveness of harvest strategies in achieving multiple management objectives in a multispecies fishery
  16. Rice policy in a transitional economy: balancing the social and political objectives
  17. Management strategies for vaccinated animals after an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease and the impact on return to trade
  18. Realizing resilience for decision-making
  19. The ‘curse of dimensionality’ resolved: The effects of climate change and trade barriers in large dimensional modelling
  20. Budgeting and portfolio allocation for biosecurity measures
  21. Delimiting a species’ geographic range using posterior sampling and computational geometry
  22. Global Economic Gains from Complying with the Paris Climate Accord
  23. Quantity and monetary value of agrochemical pollution from intensive farming in Indonesia
  24. MEY for a short-lived species: A neural network approach
  25. Institutional impediments to conservation of freshwater dependent ecosystems
  26. Pesticide use in Indonesian vegetable farming and its determinants
  27. Building a better trade model to determine local effects: A regional and intertemporal GTAP model
  28. Estimating maximum economic yield in multispecies fisheries: a review
  29. A brave new world? Kantian–Nashian interaction and the dynamics of global climate change mitigation
  30. Optimal surveillance against foot-and-mouth disease: the case of bulk milk testing in Australia
  31. Language, Mixed Communes, and Infrastructure: Sources of Inequality and Ethnic Minorities in Vietnam
  32. Economics for Fisheries Management
  33. Early Decision Indicators for Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreaks in Non-Endemic Countries
  34. Look before you treat: increasing the cost effectiveness of eradication programs with aerial surveillance
  35. Comment 2 on ‘Natural resource management’ by Pannell, Doole and Cheung
  36. A practical optimal surveillance policy for invasive weeds: An application to Hawkweed in Australia
  37. A structural and stochastic optimal model for projections of LNG imports and exports in Asia-Pacific
  38. Comparison of alternatives to passive surveillance to detect foot and mouth disease incursions in Victoria, Australia
  39. Solving intertemporal CGE models in parallel using a singly bordered block diagonal ordering technique
  40. Managing Risk and Increasing the Robustness of Invasive Species Eradication Programs
  41. Application of portfolio theory to asset-based biosecurity decision analysis
  42. Bayesian approaches to risk management in the public sector
  43. Optimal water tariffs and supply augmentation for cost-of-service regulated water utilities
  44. Are marine reserves and harvest control rules substitutes or complements for rebuilding fisheries?
  45. Food and biosecurity: livestock production and towards a world free of foot-and-mouth disease
  46. Impulse controls and uncertainty in economics: Method and application
  47. Strengthening Tuberculosis Control Overseas: Who Benefits?
  48. Volumetric Water Pricing, Social Surplus and Supply Augmentation
  49. Rice Production, Trade and the Poor: Regional Effects of Rice Export Policy on Households in Vietnam
  50. Targets and Fisheries Management in the Asia and Pacific Region
  51. Volumetric water pricing, social surplus and supply augmentation
  52. Three Pillars of Fisheries Policy
  53. US biofuels subsidies and CO2 emissions: An empirical test for a weak and a strong green paradox
  54. Aid and the Control of Tuberculosis in P apua N ew G uinea: Is A ustralia's Assistance Cost‐Effective?
  55. Multiple-Use Management Strategies and Marine Reserves
  56. Increase in Risk and its Effects on Welfare and Optimal Policies in a Dynamic Setting: The Case of Global Pollution
  57. A Retrospective Evaluation of Sustainable Yields for Australia's Northern Prawn Fishery: An Alternative View
  58. Comparing approximation techniques to continuous-time stochastic dynamic programming problems: Applications to natural resource modelling
  59. Global insights into water resources, climate change and governance
  60. Substitution between biofuels and fossil fuels: Is there a green paradox?
  61. Biomass management targets and the conservation and economic benefits of marine reserves
  62. BMEY as a fisheries management target
  63. Determinants of residential water consumption: Evidence and analysis from a 10‐country household survey
  64. Non-natives: 141 scientists object
  65. Optimal dynamic water allocation: Irrigation extractions and environmental tradeoffs in the Murray River, Australia
  66. A Policy-enabling framework for the ex-ante evaluation of marine protected areas
  67. On the Fixed-Effects Vector Decomposition
  68. FEVD: Just IV or Just Mistaken?
  69. Non-consumptive values and optimal marine reserve switching
  70. Complementarity of No-Take Marine Reserves and Individual Transferable Catch Quotas for Managing the Line Fishery of the Great Barrier Reef
  71. Maximizing profits and conserving stocks in the Australian Northern Prawn Fishery
  72. Maximum economic yield
  73. Bioeconomic losses from overharvesting tuna
  74. Integrating size-structured assessment and bioeconomic management advice in Australia's northern prawn fishery
  75. Shifting from Green Revolution to environmentally sound policies: technological change in Indonesian rice agriculture
  76. Closure strategies as a tool for fisheries management in metapopulations subjected to catastrophic events
  77. On implementing maximum economic yield in commercial fisheries
  78. Is diversity bad for economic growth?
  79. Contribution of productivity and firm size to value-added: Evidence from Vietnam
  80. Cod Today and None Tomorrow: The Economic Value of a Marine Reserve
  82. Institutions matter: The case of Vietnam
  83. Beyond biological performance measures in management strategy evaluation: Bringing in economics and the effects of trawling on the benthos
  84. Fisheries Instrument Choice under Uncertainty
  85. Positioning fisheries in a changing world
  86. Firm Efficiency in a Transitional Economy: Evidence from Vietnam
  87. Economics of Overexploitation Revisited
  88. Capacity Reduction and Productivity: A Profit Decomposition for the Australian South East Trawl Fishery
  89. Pricing Sydney water*
  90. Benchmarking for fisheries governance
  91. Bridging the barriers: knowledge connections, productivity and capital accumulation
  92. Institutional Economics and Fisheries Management: the case of Pacific tuna - By Elizabeth H. Petersen
  93. The Economic Payoffs from Marine Reserves: Resource Rents in a Stochastic Environment*
  94. Capacity reduction, quota trading and productivity: the case of a fishery*
  95. Market Reform, Incentives and Economic Development in Vietnamese Rice Production
  96. Incentive-based approaches to sustainable fisheries
  97. Technology choice and efficiency on Australian dairy farms*
  98. Uncertainty and the active adaptive management of marine reserves
  99. Marine reserves with ecological uncertainty
  100. Efficiency Gains and Cost Reductions from Individual Transferable Quotas: A Stochastic Cost Frontier for the Australian South East Fishery
  101. The Bioeconomics of Marine Reserves: A Selected Review with Policy Implications
  102. Technical efficiency effects of input controls: evidence from Australia's banana prawn fishery
  103. Incentives and static and dynamic gains from market reform: rice production in Vietnam
  104. A note on rational speculative bubbles
  105. Innovation Diffusion Among Heterogeneous Agents