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Reed, R. (2000). A before and after analysis of the direct impact of flooding on residential housing values. In: Christine Garnaut and Stephen Hamnett, Valuation 2000: Papers and Proceedings. Valuation 2000, Las Vegas, USA, (209-214). 10-13 Jul. 2000. 174  
Smith, P. N. (2002). A brief technical summary of multicriteria analysis. In R.C. Jense and G. West (Ed.), Community Economic Analysis 1st ed. (pp. 33-36) Queensland: Dept. of Primary Industries. 232  
Robson, Alistair (2002). A Critique of the Lack of Neoclassical Theory in Recent Regional Economic Research. In: 41st Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Science Association. Forty-First Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Science Association, Monterey, California, (). 17-20 February, 2002. 72  
Imansyah, M., West, G. R. and Jensen, R. C. (2000). An Application of the FES Approach to a Small Region in Indonesian Banjarmasin Input-output Model. In: London School of Economics and Political Science, Macerata, 21-25 August 2000, XIII International Conference on Input/Output Techniques. Macerata XIII International Conference on Input/Output Tech, Macerata, Italy, (). 21-25 August 2000. 71  
Waite, and Henman, P W (2006). Applying budget standards to assess housing affordability. In: S. Darby, P. Flatau and I. Hafekost, Building for Diversity: National Housing Conference 2005. National Housing Conference 2005, Perth, (195-214). 26-28 October, 2005. 128  
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies (2000) Volume 6 Special Issue 3 46  
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies (2002) Volume 8 Issue 1 72  
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies (2000) Volume 6 Issue 2 63  
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies (1999) Volume 5 Issue 1-3 47  
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies (2000) Volume 6 Issue 1 56  
Australian Journal of Regional Studies (2001) Volume 7 Issue 2 106  
Reed, R. (1999) Baby boomer market set to explode. REIQ Journal, 20-21. 58  
Reed, R. (2000). Baby boomers and property busts. In: Australian Population Association Conference 2000. Australian Population Association 10th Biennual Conference, Melbourne, (). 29 Nov. - 1 Dec. 2000. 60  
Jensen, R. C. and West, G. R. Community Economic Analysis first ed. Queensland: Queensland DPI, 2002. 131  
Chotikapanich, D., Rao, D. S. P. and Tang, K. K. (2006) Estimating Income Inequality in China Using Grouped Data and the Generalized Beta Distribution NY, USA: UNU-Wider 172  
Roy, K. C. (2003). Factors affecting India's emergence as a global power: Women and the rural sector in development. In R. N. Ghosh, M. A. B. Siddique and R. Gabbay (Ed.), Essays on development issues: India and the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 12-34) New Delhi, India: Atlantic. 514  
West, G. R. (2002) Features and Structures of the Gold Coast Economy, report to the Gold Coast City Council, Part of Gold Coast Tourism Visioning Project Research Project # 3.1 Australia: UQ CEPM & CRC for Sustainable Tourism 248  
Wen, J. and Tisdell, C. A. (1999). Growth poles, unbalanced growth and new growth theories. In S.B. Dahiya (Ed.), The Current State of Economic Science - Volume 5 (pp. 2517-2536) Rohtak, India: Spellbound Publications. 109  
Trendle, Bernard (1999) Implementing a multiregional input-output model: The case of Queensland. Economic Analysis and Policy, 29 Special: 17-26. 74  
Reed, Richard (1999) Key indicators help identify local trends: Part 1. REIQ Journal, 15-17. 35  
Reed, Richard (1999) Key indicators help identify local trends: Part 2. REIQ Journal, 19-20. 28  
Reed, Richard (1999) Key indicators help identify local trends: Part 3. REIQ Journal, 20-21. 33  
Stimson, R. J., Stough, R. R. and Salazar, M. E. (2003). Leadership and institutional factors in endogenous regional economic development. In: 2003 NARSC Program Abstracts. North Amercian Regional Science Association 50th Annual Meet, Philadelphia, USA, (127-127). 20-22 November, 2003. 58  
Marketing of farm-grown timber in tropical North Queensland : conference proceedings, 18 June 2003 (2004) . Edited by J. Suh, D. B. Smorfitt, S. R. Harrison and J. L. Herbohn. Marketing of Farm-Grown Timber in Tropical North Queensland, 18 June, 2003, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. 45  
Trendle, Bernard A. (1999) Measuring the implications of regional diversification: An application of the portfolio selection framework to Queensland data. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 5 3: 263-278. 32  
West, G. R. (2002). Modeling Structural Linkages in Dynamic and Spatial Interindustry Systems. In Sonis, M., Boyce and D. (Ed.), Trade, Networks and Hierarchies first ed. (pp. 225-250) Germany: Springer. 68  
Stimson, R. J., Shuaib, F. A., Jenkins, O. H. and Lindfield, M. Monitoring Brisbane and the South East Queensland Region 1998. Brisbane: Univ. of Qld Press, 1999. 31  
Jensen, R. C. and Smith, P. N. (2002). More Project Evaluation Techniques. In Jensen, R.C., West and G. (Ed.), Community Economic Analysis 1st ed. (pp. 18-1-18-11) Australia: DPI Queensland. 94  
Stimson, R. J., Shuaib, F. A. and O'Connor, K. Population and Employment in Australia: Regional Hot Spots and Cold Spots 1986 to 1996. Brisbane: Univ. of Qld Press, 1999. 136  
Brown, H. S. (2000). Public sector, nonprofit, and for-profit competition with price discrimination among heterogeneous consumers in an urban setting with congestion. In: Proceedings of Industry Economics Conference. Industry Economics Conference, University of NSW, (1-59). 10-11 July 2000. 58  
Wildman, Paul, Moore, Robert, Barker, Geoffrey and Wadley, David (1990) Push from the Bush: Revitalisation Strategies for Smaller Rural Towns. Urban Policy and Research, 8 2: 51-59. 243 155
Stimson, R. J., Stough, R and Roberts, B. H. Regional Economic Development: Analysis and Planning Strategy 1st ed. Germany: Springer, 2002. 306  
Flint, J, Herbert, R.D. and Leeves, G. D. (2002) Regional Small Business Perceptions of the Internet: The Case of Wyong Shire. Australian Journal of Regional Studies, 8 1: 67-81. 77  
Tisdell, C. A. (2002) Review of 'Planning and the Intelligence of Institutions: Interactive Approaches to Territorial Policy-Making Between Institutional Design and Institution-Building' by E. Gualini, Ashgate Publishing Ltd. May 2001. 356 p.. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 8 1: 113-114. 64  
Wadley, D. A. (2004). Social welfare and urban design: Advancing planning and development through visual prominence assessment Master's Thesis, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, The University of Queensland. 182  
Robson, A. P. L. (2002). Some Thoughts on Local Government Economics. In: C. Smith, Papers of the 26th Australia & New Zealand Section conference of the Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI). 26th Australia and New Zealand Regional Science Association International Conference (ANZRAI 2002), Gold Coast, Queensland, (). 29 September - 2 October 2002. 28  
Wadley, David and Smith, Phillip (2003) Straightening up shift-share analysis. The Annals of Regional Science, 37 2: 259-261. doi:10.1007/s001680300124 349 1566 4 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Mangan, J. E. and Trendle, B. A. (2003) The changing skill composition of employment in Queensland. Australian Journal of Regional Studies, 9 1: 97-117. 43  
Imansyah, Muhammad Handry. (2002). The development of a horizontal hybrid method for constructing input-output tables : a fundamental economic structure approach to Indonesia. PhD Thesis, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 155 4
West, G. R. (2002) The Economic Contribution of Rural Land Use Activities in the Tweed Shire: Stage 2 No Intervention Scenario. Report to Tweed Economic Development Corporation Australia: UQ Centre for Economic Policy Modelling 78  
West, G. R. and Bayne, B. (2002) The Economic Contribution of Rural Land Use Activities in the Tweed Shire: Stage 3 Preferred Scenario. Report to the Tweed Economic Development Corporation Australia: UQ Centre for Economic Policy Modelling 41  
West, G. R. and Bayne, B. The Economic Impacts of Retail Trade on the Gold Coast: Gold Coast Tourism Visioning Project 3.1 (Part 2) first ed. Australia: Common Ground Publishing, 2002. 144  
Reed, R\ichard (1999). The significance of character in long term demand for Australian housing. In: Australian Property Journal. International Real Estate Society Conference '99, Kuala Lumpur, (398-401). 26-30 Jan 1999. 52  
Zhao, Xufu and Tisdell, Clem (2009). The sustainability of cotton production in China and in Australia. Working Papers on Economics, Ecology and Environment 157, School of Economics, University of Queensland. 199 914
Reed, R. and Elliott, P. (1999) The valuation of fast food outlets: Analysis, methodology and reliability. The Appraisal Journal, 67 4: 359-369. 355  
Murphy, T., Oczkowski, E., West, G. R. and Brooks, M. (2002) Tourism Advertising Expenditure Impact on the Broken Hill Economy. Australian Journal of Regional Studies, 8 1: 83-94. 129  
Wen, J. and Tisdell, C. A. (2001). Trends in the Regional Distribution of International Tourism in China and their Implications. In: C. Pforr and B. Janeczko, Eleventh Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference 2001: Capitalising on Research. Capitalising on Research, University of Canberra, ACT, Australia, (353-363). 7-10 February 2001. 81  
Rey, S., West, G. R. and Janikas, M. (2004) Uncertainty in Integrated Regional Models. Economic Systems Research, 16 3: 259-278. 37   Cited 13 times in Scopus13
Stimson, R. J. and Lindfield, M. (1999). Urban economic development and globalisation linkages in the Pacific rim. In J. Brotchie, P. Newton, P. Hall and J. Dickey (Ed.), East West Perspectives on 21st Century Urban Development: Sustainable Eastern and Western Cities in the New Millennium (pp. 89-124) Aldershot, Hants, England: Ashgate Publishing. 45