Publications in: Public Policy

Putting Auction Theory to Work

Subsector:Regulatory economics
Published: 2006
Document type:Staff publication

Book review of Putting Auction Theory to Work by Paul Milgrom.  Published by Cambridge University Press, 2004. For The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, vol.49: 339 – 67, 2006. Duke, C.

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Project to Assess the Impact of the New EU Chemicals Strategy (REACH) and to Develop a Model – Economic Model and MatLab Code

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: September, 2005
Document type:

The report assesses the economic costs along the supply chain of the testing and registration phase of the new chemicals policy. The analysis includes an assessment of the impact on the prices of the chemical and of the products that successively use the chemical along the supply chain and how these changes in prices affect […]

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Estimation of Consumers’ Willingness to Pay for Quality of Service in Post

Subsector:Regulatory economics
Published: June, 2005
Document type:Presentation

13th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics in Antwerp, Belgium. June 1-4, 2005.

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Assessing the Key Economic Drivers for Change in the Current Business Climate

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: June, 2004
Document type:Presentation

European Outsourcing Association’s Conference. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. June 9-10, 2004.

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A Synthesis of the Mid-term Evaluations of the FIFG 2000-2006

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: March, 2004
Document type:Report

This report for the European Commission – Directorate General For Fisheries summarises and highlights the key findings of 49 mid-term evaluations of the Financial Instrument for Fisheries Guidance 2000-2006. The results of the report were presented at the conference organised by the European Commission “Steering Towards 2007-2013: What Financial Support for the Common Fisheries Policy […]

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Investigation of the Determinants of Farm-retail Price Spreads

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: February, 2004
Document type:Report

London Economics was commissioned by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) to undertake an econometric analysis of the factors that have affected the spreads between farm gate prices and retail prices. According to the terms of reference of the project, the study was to focus on developments in the United Kingdom and […]

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Total Resource Productivity: Accounting for Changing Environmental Quality

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: 2003
Document type:Staff publication

Dean, E., Harper, M. and Hulten, C. (eds), New Developments in Productivity Analysis, NBER Conferenceon Research in Income and Wealth, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003. Gollop, F. and Swinand, S.

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A Laboratory Study of Auctions for Reducing Non-point Source Pollution

Subsector:Regulatory economics
Published: 2003
Document type:Staff publication

Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, vol.  46:  446 – 71, 2003. Cason, T.N., Gangadharan, L. and Duke, C.

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Market Power in Tradable Permit Markets: A Laboratory Test Bed for Emissions Trading in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria

Subsector:Regulatory economics
Published: 2003
Document type:Staff publication

Ecological Economics, vol. 46: 469 – 91, 2003. Cason, T.N., Gangadharan, L. and Duke, C.

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Investigating the Use of Regional Economic Forecasting Models in Wales

Subsector:Public Policy
Published: January, 2002
Document type:Report

The report for Future Skills Wales reviews the economic forecasts and forecast models used by Education and Learning Wales (ELWa) and its partners, sets out a number of recommendations on how greater benefits could be derived from the forecasting-related activities, and examines how regional data and regional forecasts can be used in a skills’ gap […]

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