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VISES (previously CSES) Working Papers 2007 to present

CSES Climate Change working papers are in a separate list below.
 

No. 53 Child Health Investment and Human Capital Accumulation
Hui Shi and Ratbek Dzhumashev, December 2015
 
No. 52 Does Weight Status Affect Academic Performance? Evidence from Australian Children
Hui Shi and Chuhul Li, December 2015
 
No. 51 Market Power and Generation from Renewables: The Case of Wind in the South Australian Electricity Market
Bruce Mountain, January 2013
 
No. 50 Then and Now: Reflections on two Australian Mining Booms
R. G. Gregory, October 2011
 
No. 49 Global Flows, Gentrification and Displacement in Melbourne’s Inner West
Andrew van Hulten, June 2010
 
No. 48 Cognitive Skills, Innovation and Technology Diffusion
George Messinis and Ahmed Abdullahi, June 2010
 
No. 47 Innovation, Technology Diffusion and Poverty Traps: The Role of Valuable Skills
George Messinis and Ahmed Abdullahi, March 2010
 
No. 46 What Matters Most After Retrenchment? Careers, Money and Well-being
Sally Weller, April 2009
 
No. 45 The Demand for PBS Medicines
Kim Sweeny, April 2009
 
No. 44 Do Financial and Trade Liberalisation Cause Macroeconomic Volatility in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Abdullahi Ahmed and Sandy Suardi, January 2009
 
No. 43 Human Capital, Innovation and Technology Diffusion
George Messinis and Abdullahi Ahmed, March 2009
 
No. 42 Earnings, Education and Training in China: The Migrant Worker Experience
George Messinis and Enjiang Cheng, January 2009
 
No. 41 Overeducation and Overskilling: Second Generations
George Messinis, December 2008
 
No. 40 Returns to Training and Skill Mismatch: Evidence from Australia
George Messinis and Nilss Olekalns, August 2008
 
No. 39 The Role of Exports, FDI and Imports in Development: New Evidence from Sub-Saharan African Countries
Abdullahi D. Ahmed, Enjiang Cheng and George Messinis, May 2008
 
No. 38 Valuable Skills, Human Capital and Technology Diffusion
George Messinis and Abdullahi D. Ahmed, April 2008
 
No. 37 Overeducation and Overskilling in Australia: Second Generation Greek-Australians and Italian-Australians
George Messinis, March 2008
 
No. 36 The Value of Education and Job Training in the Developing World: New Evidence from Migrant Workers in China
George Messinis and Enjiang Cheng, September 2007
 
No. 35 Causal Links between Export, FDI and Output: Evidence from Sub-Saharan African Countries
Ahmed Abdullahi, Enjiang Cheng and George Messinis, December 2007
 
No. 34 The Other Side of Precariousness: The Cost of Job Loss
Sally Weller, December 2007
 
No. 33 Beyond “Global Production Networks”: Australian Fashion Week’s Trans-sectoral Synergies
Sally Weller, October 2007
   
No. 32 Are Labour Markets Necessarily ‘Local’? Spatiality, Segmentation and Scale
Sally Weller, June 2007
   
No. 31 Discrimination, Labour Markets and the Labour Market Prospects of Older Workers: What Can a Legal Case Teach Us?
Sally Weller, December 2006
   
No. 30 Regulating Clothing Outwork: A Sceptic’s View
Sally Weller, May 2005
   
No. 29 Retailing, Clothing and Textiles Production in Australia
Sally Weller, October 2007
   
No. 28 Power and Scale: The Shifting Geography of Industrial Relations Law in Australia
Sally Weller, October 2007
   
No. 27 Beyond “Global Production Networks”: Australian Fashion Week’s Trans-sectoral Synergies (see Paper 33)
Sally Weller, July 2007

 

VISES (previously CSES) Climate Change Working Papers, 2004 to present

No. 39 Atmospheric Warming 1997–2014: Hiatus, Pause or Regime?
Jones, R.N. and Ricketts, J. 2016
 
No. 38 Reconciling the Signal and Noise of Atmospheric Warming on Decadal Timescales
Jones, R.N. and Ricketts, J. 2016
 
No. 37 The Climate Wars and ‘The Pause’: Are Both Sides Wrong?
Jones, R.N. 2016
 
No. 36 Reconciling Anthropogenic Climate Change and Variability on Decadal Timescales: The Challenge
Jones, R.N. 2015
 
No. 35 Analysing Steps in Modelled Global Surface Air Temperature
Jones, R.N. and Ricketts, J. 2015
 
No. 34 Analysing Steps in Global and Regional Observed Air Temperature
Jones, R.N. and Ricketts, J. 2015
 
No. 33 Reconciling Anthropogenic Climate Change and Variability on Decadal Timescales: History and Philosophy
Jones, R.N. 2015
 
No. 32 Reconciling Anthropogenic Climate Change and Variability on Decadal Timescales: Narratives and Hypotheses
Jones, R.N. 2015
 
No. 31 Reconciling Anthropogenic Climate Change and Variability on Decadal Timescales
Jones, R.N. 2015
 
No. 30 Institutional Maps of Risk Ownership for Strategic Decision Making
Young, C.K., Symons, J. and Jones, R.N. 2016
 
No. 29 Understanding Values at Risk and Risk Ownership: Workshop Synthesis Report
Young, C.K., Jones, R.N. and Symons, J. 2016
 
No. 28 Mapping Values at Risk from Natural Hazards at Geographic and Institutional Scales: Framework Development
Jones, R.N., Young, C.K. and Symons, J. 2015
 
No. 27 Mapping and Understanding our Values at Risk and Risk Ownership: Workshop Context Paper
Young, C., Jones, R.N. and Symons, J. 2015
 
No. 26 Economic Geography of Bushfire and Flood Vulnerability in Victoria at the Statistical Local Area Scale
Symons, J., Jones, R.N., Milne, R. and MacLeod, A. 2015
 
No. 25 Global Commitment: Achieving the Less than 2-degree Target
Roger Bodman 2015
 
No. 24 Assessing the Economic Value of Green Infrastructure: Green Paper
Roger N. Jones, John Symons and CelesteYoung 2015 (PDF 1.1 MB)
 
No. 23 Assessing the Economic Value of Green Infrastructure: Literature Review
John Symons, Roger N. Jones, Celeste K. Young, and Bruce Rasmussen 2015  (PDF 1.6 MB)
 
No. 22 Investing in Growth: Understanding the Value of Green Infrastructure Workshop Report
Celeste K. Young, John Symons and Roger N. Jones, 2015 (PDF 2.0 MB)
 
No. 21 Investing in Growth: Understanding the Value of Green Infrastructure, Workshop Context Paper
Celeste K.Young, Roger N. Jones and J. Symons 2014 (PDF 3.9 MB)
 
No. 20 Peak and Decline Emissions Paths and the Global Warming Target
Peter Sheehan, Roger Bodman and Roger Jones, 2015
 
No. 19 The Problem Solution Framework: Process Guidance for Adaptation Practitioners
Celeste Young. 2014
 
No. 18 The Science Policy Nexus: Assessing Climate Policy in an Imperfect World
Roger Bodman, Roger N. Jones and Celeste Young, 2013
 
No. 17 Beyond the Mean: Valuing Adaptation Under Rapid Change
Roger N. Jones, Celeste Young and John Handmer, 2012
 
No. 16 Containing Global Warming after Copenhagen: One-Shot and Learning-by Doing Approaches
Roger N. Jones and Peter Sheehan, 2010
 
No. 15 Adaptation and Risk Management
Roger N. Jones and Benjamin L. Preston, 2010
 
No. 14 The New Global Growth Path: Implications for Climate Change Analysis and Policy
Peter Sheehan, 2007
   
No. 13 Energy Use in China: Interpreting Changing Trends and Future Directions
Peter Sheehan and Fiona Sun, 2007
   
No. 12 Climate Change and the New World Economy: Implications for the Nature and Timing of Policy Responses (revised version of Working Paper No. 11)
Peter Sheehan, Roger N. Jones, Ainsley Jolley, Benjamin L. Preston, Matthew Clark, Paul J. Durack, Sardar Islam, Fiona Sun and Penny H. Whetton, 2007
   
No. 11 Climate Change and the Global Knowledge Economy: An Immediate Challenge
Peter Sheehan, Roger N. Jones, Ainsley Jolley, Benjamin L. Preston, Matthew Clark, Paul J. Durack, Sardar Islam, Fiona Sun and Penny H. Whetton, 2006
   
No. 10 Technologies for Reducing Non-Energy Related Emissions
Ainsley Jolley, 2006
   
No. 9 The Supply of Fossil Fuels
Ainsley Jolley, 2006
   
No. 8 Advanced Technologies Applicable to Fossil Fuels: Cross-cutting Technologies and Carbon Capture/Storage
Ainsley Jolley, 2006
   
No. 7 Technologies for Alternative Energy
Ainsley Jolley, 2006
   
No. 6 Technologies for Reducing Stationary Energy Use
Ainsley Jolley, 2006
   
No. 5 Transport Technologies
Ainsley Jolley, 2006
   
No. 4 Energy Use and Emissions in China
Peter Sheehan and Fiona Sun, 2006
   
No. 3 New Technologies, Industry Developments and Emission Trends in Key Sectors: The Energy Sector
Ainsley Jolley, 2004
   
No. 2 New Technologies, Industry Developments and Emission Trends in Key Sectors: The Agricultural Sector
Ainsley Jolley, 2004
   
No. 1 New Technologies, Industry Developments and Emission Trends in Key Sectors: The Land Transportation Sector
Ainsley Jolley, 2004

 

CSES Pharmaceutical Industry Working Papers 2002-2007

Pharmaceutical industry papers published after 2007 are included in the CSES Working Paper series above.
 

No. 37   Trends in Biopharmaceutical Alliances for the Key Business Models
Bruce Rasmussen, December 2007
 
No. 36 Trends and Outcomes in the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
Kim Sweeny, December 2007
 
No. 35 Key Aspects of the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
Kim Sweeny, November 2007
 
No. 34 The Pharmaceutical Industry in Australia
Kim Sweeny, September 2007
 
No. 33 Response of Pharmaceutical Companies to Biotechnology: Structure and Business Models
Bruce Rasmussen, August 2007
 
No. 32 Business Models and the Theory of the Firm
Bruce Rasmussen, June 2007
 
No. 31 Open Innovation and the Networked Firm
Bruce Rasmussen, May 2007
 
No. 30 Is Europe a laggard in pharmaceuticals? R&D joint ventures, patent quality and R&D productivity
George Messinis, September 2005
   
No. 29 Medicine prices in Australia: An international comparison
Kim Sweeny, September 2005
   
No. 28 Accounting for growth in the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (superseded by PIP Working Papers No. 34 to 36 – see above)
Kim Sweeny, September 2005
   
No.27 Patent Quality and R&D Productivity in Pharmaceuticals: The Role of Inflation and International Collaboration
George Messinis, August 2005
   
No. 26 Cost benefit analysis of the PBS program: A new approach
Christine Mak and Sardar Islam, May 2005
   
No. 25 A new framework for cost benefit analysis of the health programs: A social choice approach
Christine Mak and Sardar Islam, April 2005
   
No. 24 Developing the Biomedical Industries in Canada and Australia: An Innovation Systems Approach
Bruce Rasmussen, February 2005
   
No. 23 Alliance Opportunities for Aus Biotech
Bruce Rasmussen, April 2004
   
No. 22 The Biomedical Sectors in Australia and Canada: Comparative Policy Analysis,
Bruce Rasmussen, July 2004
   
No. 21 An Analysis of the Biomedical Sectors in Australia and Canada in a National Innovation Systems Context
Bruce Rasmussen, July 2004
   
No. 20 The Biomedical Sectors in Australia and Canada: A Comparative Analysis
Bruce Rasmussen, May 2004
   
No. 19 Review of Findings: Australian Pharmaceutical Pricing in a Global Context (superseded by PIP Working Paper No. 29 – see above)
Kim Sweeny, April 2004
   
No. 18 R&D Price Inflation, Real BERD and Innovation: Pharmaceuticals, OECD 1980-2000
George Messinis, May 2004
   
No. 17 Innovation and Industry Structure in the Biomedical Industry: Some Preliminary Results
Bruce Rasmussen, February 2004
   
No. 16 Australian Pharmaceutical Pricing in a Global Context: Trends and Issues
Kim Sweeny, February 2004
   
No. 15 Aspects of the Pharmaceutical Business Model: Implications for Australia
Bruce Rasmussen, August 2003
   
No. 14 Price and Quantity Trends in the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
Kim Sweeny, August 2003
   
No. 13 Pharmaceuticals, Health and Industry Development: Strategic Issues and Options,
Peter Sheehan, August 2002
   
No. 12 Competition and Drug Pricing in the PBS: An Economic Interpretation
Peter Sheehan and Kim Sweeny, August 2002
   
No. 11 Demand and Price Dynamics in International Market: Some Preliminary Results
Kim Sweeny, August 2002
   
No. 10 Generic Drugs: International Trends and Policy Developments in Australia
Hans Lofgren, August 2002
   
No. 9 Health Costs, Innovation and Ageing
Peter Sheehan, August 2002
   
No. 8 Development Paths for Australian Biomedical Firms
Bruce Rasmussen and Kim Sweeny, September 2002
   
No. 7 The Australian Pharmaceutical Industry and Its Global Context
George Messinis, September 2002
   
No. 6 Demand and Price Dynamics within the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
Kim Sweeny, June 2002
   
No. 5 Trends in the Use and Cost of Pharmaceuticals under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
Kim Sweeny, June 2002
   
No. 4 Information Technology and the Revolution in Healthcare
John Houghton, June 2002
   
No. 3 Technology Trends in Drug Discovery and Development: Implications for the Development of the Pharmaceutical Industry in Australia
Kim Sweeny, March 2002
   
No. 2 The Role of Pharmaceutical Alliances
Bruce Rasmussen, June 2002
   
No. 1 Implications of the Business Strategies of Pharmaceutical Companies for Industry Developments in Australia
Bruce Rasmussen, March 2002

 

CSES Working Papers 1995-2006