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Read the latest AARES Newsletter:

News and Views

March 2014
Volume 26, No. 1



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AJARE April 2014

Vol. 58, Issue 2


 

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Vale Roley Piggott

 

 
Emeritus Professor Roley Piggott passed away at his home in Nambucca Heads, Tuesday morning 26 August. 

Roley's funeral will be held on Monday 1st September, 2014 at 10.00am at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, Nambucca Heads [located at 4 Mann St, Nambucca Heads] followed by a private cremation.  Family and friends are invited to the Nambucca Returned Services League Club (RSL), 3 Nelson St, Nambucca Heads, after the funeral service, from 11am to 1pm.

Roley graduated BAgEc (with Honours) from the University of New England in 1966.  He was awarded a Master of Agricultural Economics from UNE in 1970, and his PhD from Cornell University in 1974.

His academic career included appointments at Universities of Wollongong, Monash, and Newcastle before returning to New England as a staff member in 1979. Later in his career, be was Executive Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Business and Law.

Roley was co-editor of the Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1981-83 and president of AARES in 1991.  He was made a Distinguished Fellow of the Society in 2005.

Roley was also the Australian Representative to the International Agricultural Economics Association for many years and served on the IAAE executive (2000-03).  He was awarded Honorary Life Membership of IAAE in 2006.

President Alan Randall has expressed his sympathy to Roley's family on behalf of the Society and noted that he was a distinguished agricultural economist and a leader in his profession globally and in his university, UNE.



We are now accepting the online submission of Selected Papers, Contributed Papers and Posters (closing date 14 October 2014).  Visit the AARES 2015 Annual Conference website for more information, or submit here

Please note that the closing date for the submission of Pre-conference Workshops and Mini-Symposia is 5 September 2014.

Further information, including a list of principal dates, is available on the conference website.



     

    President's Profile


At the Society's Annual General Meeting held during the 57th Annual Conference in Port Macquarie, 4-7 February 2014, Alan Randall became president of the Society.  He is an honorary professor in both Economics and Agriculture and Environment at the University of Sydney, and a professor emeritus at the Ohio State University.  He began his career with bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Sydney and a research economist appointment at the NSW Department of Agriculture.  Alan’s research interests include environmental risk; biodiversity, habitat, and environmental sustainability; environmental regulation, monitoring, and enforcement; and the benefits and costs of environmental projects and programs. 

Alan has been active in consulting and outreach to policy-makers, and in professional associations including AARES, AAEA, and AERE.  At USydney, he encouraged colleagues to be responsive to media requests for comment on public issues with agricultural and resource economics dimensions, and he was frequently seen, heard, and quoted (as the case may be) on TV, radio, and the print media.  He was head of the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Sydney 2011-2014, and chair of the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics at Ohio State University 1998-2010.

For his plenary address in Rotorua for AARES 2015, he is planning to build upon his recent work on managing public risks.



Prize Winners

The following prize winners were announced at the AARES 2014 Annual Conference Dinner in Port Macquarie:

Undergraduate Awards 
 - ACT Branch    Sam Davidson, University of Canberra 
 - NSW Branch    Marie Johnston, University of Sydney
 - NZ Branch    Evelyn Truong, Waikato University
 - QLD Branch    Akihiro Omura, Griffith University
 - SA Branch    Alistair Pellen, University of Adelaide
 - WA Branch    Stephen Ingram, UWA
 - VIC & NE Branch    No nominations
     
Post-graduate Dissertation Award  
 - Joint Winners    Anthea Coggan, ANU
     Elizabeth Nolan, University of Sydney
     
 Young Professionals Exchange Travel Awards
 - Heading North    Bethany Cooper, Latrobe University
 - Heading South    Mykel Taylor, Kansas State University
 - Heading West    Levente Timar, MOTU
 - Heading East    Stephanie McWhinnie, University of Adealaide
     
 AJARE Best Paper
 - Klaus Glenk and Sergio Colombo
   Modelling outcome-related risk in choice experiments
   
 Quality of Research Discovery Award
 - No award  
   
 Quality of Research Communications Award
 - Abbie Rogers, Marit Kragt, Fiona Gibson, Michael Burton,
   Liz Peterson and David Pannell
   
 Donna Brennan Award
 - Wenjie Wei, ANU  
   
 First Time Presenter's Award
 - Marie Johnston, University of Sydney
   
 Best Poster Award  
 - Abhishek Rohatgi, National University of Singapore
   
 Best Poster Presentation Award
 - Jan Orlowski, University of Sydney

 

 
 
   

Important Dates



26-28 August 2014
'Feeding the 9 Billion, Well'
Crawford Fund 2014 Annual Conference
Parliament House, Canberra

26-29 August 2014
14th EAAE Congress
Ljubljana, Slovenia

28-29 August 2014
2014 NZARES Conference
Nelson, New Zealand

29 August 2014
AARES 2015 Annual Conference
Deadline for submission of Workshop and Mini-Symposium proposals

31 August 2014
AARES Heading South Award
Closing date for submissions

17-19 September 2014
2014 National Landcare Conference
Melbourne

26 September 2014
AARES 2015 Annual Conference
Proposers advised if their Workshop and Mini-Symposium proposals are successful

30 September 2014
AARES Heading West Award
Closing date for submissions

1 October 2014
AARES 2015 Annual Conference
Online registrations open

14 October 2014
AARES 2015 Annual Conference
Deadline for submission of (1) Selected Papers, and (2) abstracts of Contributed Papers and Posters

14 November 2014
AARES 2015 Annual Conference
Authors advised if their Contributed Paper and Poster submissions have been successful

30 November 2014
Quality of Research Discovery Award
Quality of Research Communications Award
Closing date for Submissions

19 December 2014
AARES 2015 Annual Conference
All presenting authors to be registered for the conference

31 December 2014
AARES 2015 Annual Conference
Closing date for Earlybird Registrations

10-13 February 2015
AARES 2015 Annual Conference





 

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