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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 340000 Economics -> 349900 Other Economics -> 349999 Economics not elsewhere classified :

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Nightingale, John and Potts, Jason (2003). An alternative framework for economics. In E. Fullbrook (Ed.), The Crisis in Economics. The post-autistic economics movement: the first 600 days (pp. 180-182) London, England: Routledge. 48  
Mandeville, T. D. (1999). An information economics perspective on innovation. In Peter Drahos (Ed.), Intellectual property: The international library of essays in law and legal theory 2nd ed. (pp. 357-364) Aldershot, England: Dartmouth. 83  
Aquaculture Economics & Management (2002) Volume 6 Issue 1&2, 3&4 & 5&6 83  
Aquaculture Economics & Management (1999) Volume 3 Issue 2 37  
Aquaculture Economics & Management (1999) Volume 3 Issue 1 39  
Makin, A. J. (2003). Australia. In A. Kohsaka (Ed.), Pacific Economic Outlook: Infrastructure Development in the Pacific Region (pp. 24-25) Japan: Japan Committee for Pacific Economic Outlook. 36  
Lougheed, A. L. (1999) Book Review: Globalising Australian capitalism by Bob Catley. Economic Analysis and Policy, 29 2: 219-220. 48  
Mandeville, T. D. (1999). Codified knowledge and innovation: A model. In Stuart Macdonald and John Nightingale (Ed.), Information and organization: A tribute to the work of Don Lamberton (pp. 157-166) Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science BV. 65  
Mandeville, T. D. (2005). Collaboration and the network form of organisation in the new knowledge-based economy. In D. Rooney, G. Hearn and A. Ninan (Ed.), Handbook on the knowledge economy (pp. 165-177) Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar. 493 5
Mahadevan, R. (2000) Competitiveness of the Singapore economy: A strategic perspective. ASEAN Economic Bulletin, 17 1: 93-94. 71  
Tisdell, C. A. (1999). Discrimination and Changes in the Status of Women with Economic Development: General Views and Theories. In Roy, K. C, Tisdell, C. A. and Blomqvist, H. C. (Ed.), Economic Development and Women in the World Community 2nd ed. (pp. 25-35) USA: Praeger. 41  
Stanford, Jon (2002) Economic analysis of the Droit De Suite: the artist's resale royalty. Discussion paper No. 301 St. Lucia, QLD, Australia: UQ School of Economics 131 6
Quiggin, John (2006). Economic blogs and blog economics. In A. Bruns and J. Jacobs (Ed.), Uses of Blogs (pp. 69-79) New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing. 95  
Roy, K. C. and Chai, J. C. H. (1999) Economic reforms, public transfers and social safety nets for the poor: A study of India and China. International Journal of Social Economics, 26 1/2/3: 222-238. 48  
Potts, J. (2003) Evolutionary economics: an introduction to the foundation of liberal economic philosophy. Discussion paper No. 324 St Lucia, Brisbane, QLD, Australia: UQ School of Economics 109 12
Prasad, B.C. and Roy, K. C. (2001). Fiji's Economic Relations with India in the context of India's Emergence as a Major Global Power: Historical Perspective and Current Trends. In: P. Mauriece and R. Ghosh, Organisations Regionales Dans L'Hemisphere Sud et Relations avec les Puissances Exterieurs. Sixieme Seminare International De L'ORIHS Universite Pierre Mendes, France, Grenoble II, Centre d'Etudes de Defence et de Securite Internationale, (247-257). 28-29 January 2000. 116  
Mafusire, Albert. (2001). Foreign capital inflows and the export-led growth strategy in Zimbabwe PhD Thesis, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 323 4
Roy, K. C. and Chai, J. C. H. (2004). Government Programmes for Women's Empowerment: India and China. In K. C. Roy (Ed.), Twentieth Century Development: Some Relevant Issues (pp. 9-25) New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers. 130  
McDonald, Stuart, Beard, Rodney and Purcell, Tim (2000) How About Tomorrow? Optimal Procrastination and the Implications for Delay in Submitting to Conferences. Discussion Paper No. 280, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland. 571 592
Hearn, G. and Mandeville, T. D. (2005). How to be productive in the knowledge economy: The cse of ICTs. In D. Rooney, G. Hearn and A. Ninan. (Ed.), Handbook on the Knowledge Economy 1st ed. (pp. 255-267) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 69  
Roy, K. C., Ghosh, R. N. and Gabbay, R. (1999). Human resources, gender and environment in development. In R. N. Ghosh, R. Gabbay and K. C. Roy (Ed.), Sustaining Development: Human Resources, Gender and Environments (pp. 1-7) New Dehli, India: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors. 39  
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2005). Ideational Reflexivity in Economic Systems. In Lauchlan, Mackinnon (Ed.), The Doctoral Thesis of Lauchlan Mackinnon to be submitted in January 2006 () : The University of Queensland. 312 630
Roy, K. C. (2001). Impediments to Women's Empowerment in Rural India: Access to Employment, Land and Other Resources,. In R. Ghosh, R. Gabbay and A. Siddique (Ed.), Human Resources and Gender Issues in Poverty Eradication First ed. (pp. 187-205) Delhi, India: Atlantic. 140  
A Leahy, D Maclaren, D Morgan, K Weatherall, E Webster and J Yong (2008) In the Shadow of the Australia-China FTA Negotiations: What Australian Business Thinks About IP. Economic Papers, 27 1: 1-18. 62  
Mandeville, T. D., Hearn, G., Rooney, D., Foster, J., Stevenson, T. and Anthony, D. (1999). Knowledge utilisation, employment, productivity, human capital, organisational change and investment in information and communication technologies: A simple model. In: 1998 Communications Research Forum Papers. 1998 Communications Research Forum, Canberra, (169-182). 24-25 Sept, 1998. 68  
Stanford, J. D. (2004) Long-Term Issues in Superannuation: An Overview. The Australian Economic Review, 37 2: 180-183. 99   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Roy, K. C. (2004). Major Issues in Natural Disaster Management in Developing Countries. In K.C. Roy (Ed.), Twentieth Century Development: Some Relevant Issues (pp. 217-224) New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers. 360  
Hazledine, T. and Quiggin, J. C. (2005) No more free beer tomorrow? Economic policy and outcomes in Australia and New Zealand 1984-2003, Australian Public Policy Program Working Paper PO5-4, Risk and Sustainable Management Group, 26 April 2005 Australia: The University of Queensland 56  
Sleigh, A, Wang, G. and Jackson, S. (2005) Non-biological risk factors of pulmonary tuberculosis among adults in Henan: A case-control study. Zhonghua Liuxingbingxue Sashi (Chines Journal of Epidemiology), 26 2: 92-96. 110  
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. (2005) Perceived impacts of ecotourism on environmental learning and conservation: Turtle watching as a case study. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 7 3: 291-302. doi:10.1007/s10668-004-7619-6 63   Cited 39 times in Scopus39 0
Drew, M. and Stanford, J. D. (2004) Portability of Superannuation Balances. Agenda, 11 2: 113-125. 49  
Mahadevan, R (2006) Poverty in Malaysia: New Wine in and Old Bottle?. Indian Development Review, 4 2: 301-321. 119  
Mahadevan, Renuka (1999) Productivity and growth in Chinese agriculture. The Asia Pacific Journal of Economics & Business, 3 2: 101-103. 29  
Roy, K. C. and Tisdell, C. A. (2002) Property rights in women's empowerment in rural India: A review. International Journal of Social Economics, 29 4: 315-334. 91  
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2005). Reflexive Prediction: A Literature Review. In Lauchlan, Mackinnon (Ed.), The Social Construction of Economic Man: The Genesis, Spread, Impact and Institutionalisation of Economic Ideas () : The University of Queensland. 426 1114
Quiggin, J. C. (2004) Research and Teaching: Complements or Substitutes?. Australasian Journal of Economics Education, 1 1: 19-29. 42  
Koizumi, S, Kobayashi, S., Pan, I-J., Takaku, S, Baba, M, Jussaume, R A, Riethmuller, P. C., Morison, J., Ryoo, J.C., Lin, C W, Lin, I.H., Zhou, H., Ratanawaraha, A and Nagano, M (2002) Similarities and differences in meat consumption patterns in Asia and Pacific-Rim countries. Animal Science Journal, 73 4: 293-300. 141  
Riethmuller, P. C. and Chalermpao, N (2002) Some issues associated with the livestock industries of the Asia-Pacific region Thailand: FAO 36  
West, Guy R. and Brown, Richard P. C. (2003) Structural Change, Intersectoral Linkages and Hollowing-out in the Taiwanese Economy Australia: UQ School of Economics 59  
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2004). Structure in economic theory and structure in real world economic systems. 462 616
Ghosh, R. N., Ray, B. and Roy, K. C. (1999). Sustainable development: Some issues. In R. N. Ghosh, R. Gabbay and K. C. Roy (Ed.), Sustaining Development: Human Resources, Gender and Environments (pp. 251-274) New Dehli, India: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors. 34  
Roy, K. C. (2001). Sustainable Environment for Sustainable Development: Can it be Achieved in India?. In G.S. Monga (Ed.), Environment and Development first ed. (pp. 100-109) New Delhi, India: Deep and Deep Publications. 121  
Sustaining Development: Human Resources, Gender and Environment. Edited by Ghosh, R. N., Gabbay, R. and Roy, K. C. New Dehli, India: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, 1999. 45  
Alauddin, M. and Foster, J. (2005) Teaching Economics at the University Level, Dynamics of Parameters and Implications, School of Economics Discussion Paper No. 339, July 2005 Australia: School of Economics, The University of Queensland 41  
Littleboy, B. (2003) Teaching Them a Lesson at Ipswich: Reflections. Economic Analysis and Policy, 33 1: 118-125. 33  
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2001) The Creative Work Processes of Professional Economists. 263 1027
Lauchlan, Mackinnon (2001) The Creative Work Processes of Professional Economists. 251 907
Jackson, M., Mandeville, T. D. and Potts, J. (2002) The Evolution of the Digital Computation Industry. Prometheus, 20 4: 323-336. doi:10.1080/0810902021000023372 63   Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Riethmuller, P. C. and Chalermpao, N (2002) The Livestock Industries of Thailand, RAP Publication 2002/23 Thailand: FAO & APHCA 70  
Lauchlan, Mackinnon (2003). The Methodological Status of 'Common Sense' in Economic Theory. 337 802

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