AJARE Award

 

Best AJARE Article

Sponsored by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing

Purpose

The AJARE Award is intended to recognise the most outstanding paper published in the AJARE during that year.  The objective of the award is:

  • to recognise the work done by authors
  • to encourage top quality submissions, and
  • to reinforce the AJARE identity

Value of the Award

The winning author(s) will receive a certificate at the AARES Annual Conference Dinner, a $500 cheque from Wiley and a $500 Wiley-Blackwell book voucher.

Eligibility

Any article accepted and published in AJARE in the calendar year preceding the year of recognition is automatically eligible.

At least one of the co-authors of the work must have been a member of AARES when the work was published.

General

The decision of the Council of the Society will be final and no correspondence will be entered into with authors of articles considered for the award.

A maximum of one award will be given per year.

Prize Committee

The Committee will comprise the editors of AJARE.

Instructions to the Prize Committee

The committee will determine the system to be used in judging entries and the specific criteria to be applied.

The committee should finalise its decision at least two weeks prior to the AARES Annual Conference in the year of the award, and should advise the Federal Secretary of the result so that he/she can advise Wiley-Blackwell to enable them to prepare a cheque, book voucher and certificate for presentation at the conference dinner.

Previous Award Winners


Year

Recipient
  
Publication title
 
2018

Kate Ambler, 
Alan de Brauw,
Susan Godlonton
   
Measuring post harvest losses at the farm level in Malawi
 
2017
 
Tom Kompas,
Pham Van Ha,
Hoa Thi Minh Nguyen,
Ian East,
Sharon Roche,
Graeme Garner
   
Optimal surveillance against foot-and-mouth disease: the case of bulk milk testing in Australia
 
2016
 
Todd Sanderson,
Greg Hertzler,
Tim Capon,
Peter Hayman
   
A real options analysis of Australian wheat production under climate change

2015

Jason Crean,
Kevin Parton,
John Mullen and
Peter Hayman 
 
Valuing seasonal climate forecasts in a State-contingent manner
 
2014
 
Philip Pardey,
Jason Beddow,
Terrance Hurley,
Timothy Beatty and
Vernon Eidman
   
A Bounds Analysis of World Food Futures: Global agriculture through to 2050
 
2013
 
Klaus Glenk and
Sergio Colombo
 
Modelling outcome-related risk in choice experiments 
 
2012
 
Ben White and
Rohan Sadler
   
Optimal conservation investment for a biodiversity-rich agricultural landscape
 
2011
 
Peter Warr and
Ariel Anshory Yusuf
   
Reducing Indonesia's Deforestation-based Greenhouse Gas Emissions
 
2010
 
Dannele Peck and
Richard Adams
 
Farm-Level Impacts of a Prolonged Drought:  Is a Multi-Year Event More Than the Sum of Its Parts?

2009

Peter Boxall,
Vic Adamowicz and
Amanda Moon
 
Complexity in choice experiments: choice of the status quo alternative and implications for welfare measurement

2008

Graeme Doole
 
Optimal management of annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidumGaud) in phase rotations in the Western Australian Wheatbelt

2007

Oscar Cacho,
Susan Hester and
Danial Spring
 
Applying Search Theory to Determine the feasibility of Eradicating an Invasive Population in Natural Environments

2006  

Julian Alston,
Joseph Balagtas,
Henrich Brunke and
Dan Summer
 
Supply and Demand for commodity Components: Implications of Free Trade Versus the AUSFTA for the US Dairy Industry
 
2005
 
Graeme Doole
   
Optimal Management of the new Zealand longfin eel
 
2004
 
Terry Anderson
   
Donning Coase-coloured glasses: a property rights view of natural resource economics
 
2003
 
Michael Burton,
Dan Rigby and
Trevor Young
   
Modelling the adoption of organic horticultural technology in the UK using duration analysis
 
2002
 
Michael Harris and
Iain Fraser
   
Natural resource accounting in theory and practice: A critical assessment
 
2001
 
John Quiggin
   
Environmental economics and the Murray-Darling river system
 
2000
 
Harry Clarke
   
Bird Migrations and the International Economics of Species Conservation
 
1999
 
Justin Yifu-Lin
   
Technological change and agricultural household income distribution: theory and evidence from China
 
1998
 
Chongwoo Choe and
Iain Fraser
   
The economics of household waste management:  a review
 
1997
 
Ian Coxhead
   
Induced innovation and land degradation in developing country agriculture

AJARE Award Committee

The Award Committee is made up by the current Editors of the Journal.

 Year    Committee Members
 2018    F. Scrimgeour / J. Gibson / R. Scarpa
 2017    F. Scrimgeour / J. Gibson / R. Scarpa
 2016    F. Scrimgeour / J. Gibson / R. Scarpa
 2015    J. Rolfe / L. Crase / J. Tisdell  
 2014    J. Rolfe / L. Crase / J. Tisdell 
 2013    J. Rolfe / L. Crase / J. Tisdell
 2012    A. Rae / R. Cullen / G. Kerr
 2011    A. Rae / R. Cullen / G. Kerr
 2010    T. Kompas / J. Bennett / R.Q. Grafton
 2009    T. Kompas / J. Bennett / R.Q. Grafton
 2008    T. Kompas / J. Bennett / R.Q. Grafton
 2007    R.K. Lindner /D.J. Pannell / R. Kingwell
 2006    R.K. Lindner / D.J. Pannell / R. Kingwell
 2005    R.K. Lindner / D.J. Pannell / R. Kingwell
 2004    C.J. O'Donnell / J.D. Mullen
 2003    C.J. O'Donnell / J.D. Mullen
 2002    C.J. O'Donnell / J.D. Mullen
 2001    G. Edwards
 2000    G. Edwards
 1999    G. Edwards
 1998    D. Peterson / R. Tyers
 1997    D. Peterson / R. Tyers