Auriol, E., & Schilizzi, S. G. (2015). Quality Signaling through Certification in Developing Countries. Journal of Developmental Economics.

Cleland, J. A., Rogers, A. A., & Burton, M. P. (2015). Investigating stakeholder reactions to a bold salinity policy using a choice experiment. Land Use Policy, 42, 718-728.

Chalak, M., & Pannell, D. J. (2015). Optimal integrated strategies to control an invasive weed. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics.

Davis, K. L. F., Kragt, M. E., Gelcich, S., Schilizzi, S., & Pannell, D. J. (2015). Accounting for enforcement costs in the spatial allocation of marine zones. Conservation Biology, 29, 226-237.

Hawkins, J., Ma, C., Schilizzi, S., & Zhang, F. (2015). Promises and pitfalls in environmentally extended input-output analysis for China: A survey of the literature. Energy Economics, 48, 81-88.

Hobman, E. V., & Walker, I. (2015). Stasis and change: Social psychological insights into social-ecological resilience. Ecology and Society.

Hurlstone, M. J., & Hitch, G. J. (2015). How is the serial order of a spatial sequence represented? Insights from transposition latencies. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 41, 295-324.

McCrea, R., Leviston, Z., Walker, I., & Shyy, T. (2015). Climate Change Beliefs Count: Relationships with Voting Outcomes at the 2010 Australian Federal Election. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3, 124–141.

Polyakov, M., Pannell, D. J., Chalak, M., Park, G., Roberts, A., & Rowles, A. (2015). Restoring native vegetation in an agricultural landscape: spatial optimization for woodland birds. Land Economics.

Polyakov, M., Pannell, D. J., Pandit, R., Tapsuwan, S., & Park, G. (2015). Capitalized amenity value of native vegetation in a multifunctional rural landscape. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97, 299–314.

Richert, C., Rogers, A. A., & Burton, M. P. (2015). Measuring the extent of a Social License to Operate: The influence of marine biodiversity offsets in the oil and gas sector in Western Australia. Resources Policy, 43, 121-129.

Rigby, D., Burton, M.P., Balcombe, K.G., Bateman, I. J., & Mulatu, A. (2015). Contract cheating & the market in essays. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 111, 23-37.

Rigby, D., Burton, M. P., & Lusk, J. L. (2015). Journals, preferences, and publishing in agricultural and environmental economics. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 97, 490-509.

Rogers, A. A., Kragt, M. E., Gibson, F. L., Burton, M. P., Petersen, E., & Pannell, D. J. (2015). Non-market valuation: usage and impacts in environmental policy and management in Australia. The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 59, 1-15.

Tapsuwan, S., Hunink, J., Alcon, F., Mertens-Palomares, A. N., & Bailen, A (2015). Assessing the acceptabiliby of a model based irrigation advistory bulletin: The importance of a participatory approach. Irrigation & Drainage.

Tapsuwan, S., Polyakov, M., Bark, R., & Nolan, M. (2015). Valuing the Barmah-Millewa Forest and in stream river flows: A spatial heteroskedasticity and autocorrelation consistent (SHAC) approach. Ecological Economics, 110, 98-105.

White, B. (2015). Do control rights determine the optimal extension of liability to investors? The case of environmental policy for mines. Journal of Regulatory Economics.

Zhang, F., Polyakov, M., Fogarty, J. & Pannell, D. (2015). The capitalized value of rainwater tanks in the property market of Perth, Australia. Journal of Hydrology 522, 317-325.


Akompab, D. A., Bi, P., Williams, S., Saniotis, A., Walker, I., & Augoustinos. M. (in press). Climate change, community understanding and emotional responses to the impacts of heat waves in Adelaide, Australia. International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses.

Alcon, F, Tapsuwan, S., Martínez-Paz, J., Brouwer, R., & Miguel Gómez, M. (2014). Forecasting deficit irrigation adoption using a mixed stakeholder assessment methodology. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 83, 183–193.

Barry, L. E., Yao, R. T., Harrison, D. R., Paragahawewa, U. H. & Pannell, D. J. (2014). Enhancing ecosystem services through afforestation: How policy can help. Land Use Policy, 39, 135-145.

Bashir, M. K., Schilizzi, S., & Mohammad, S. (2014). Do demand side policies improve the food security of landless rural households? Investigating Pakistan’s achievements in the Punjab. Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 24, 1554-1564.

Blackmore, L., Doole, G. J., & Schilizzi, S. (2014). Practitioner versus participant perspectives on conservation tenders. Biodiversity and Conservation, 23, 2033-2052.

De Barro, P., Goldson, S., Bartsch, D., Hirsch, M., Jeggo, M., Lowenthal, J. W., Macdonald, P., McAllister, R. R. J., McCrea, R., McFarlane, F., Robinson, C., Ritman, K., Smith, J., Van Klinken, R. D., Walker, I., Alexandre, J.R., Barry, S., Beech, C, Cormick, C., Kearns, P., Liang, Q., Mankad, A., McCammon, S. L., Mestdagh, S., Tapsuwan, S., & Walton, A. (2014). Science into policy: Improving uptake and adoption of research – outcomes and conclusions. Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety.

Doole, G. J., Blackmore, L., & Schilizzi, S. (2014). Determinants of cost-effectiveness in tender and offset programmes for australian biodiversity conservation. Land Use Policy, 36, 23-32.

Gibson, F. L., Burton, M. P. (2014). Salt or Sludge? Exploring Preferences for Potable Water Sources. Environmental and Resource Economics, 57, 453-476.

Guy, S., Kashima, K., Walker, I., & O’Neill, S. (2014). An investigation of the effects of knowledge and ideology on acceptance of climate change. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 421-429.

Hanley, N. D., & White, B. (2014). Incentivizing the provision of ecosystem services. International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics, 7, 299-331.

Hurlstone, M. J., Lewandowsky, S., Sewell, B., & Newell, B. (2014). The role of framing and normative messages in building support for climate policies. PLoS ONE.

Hurlstone, M. J., Hitch, G. J., & Baddeley, A. D. (2014). Memory for serial order across domains: An overview of the literature and directions for future research. Psychological Bulletin, 140, 339-373.

Iftekhar, M. S., Tisdell, J. G., & Gilfedder, L. (2014). Private lands for biodiversity conservation: Review of conservation covenanting programs in Tasmania, Australia. Biological Conservation, 169, 176-184.

Iftekhar, M. S., & Tisdell, J. G. (2014). Wildlife corridor market design: An experimental analysis of the impact of project selection criteria and bidding flexibility. Ecological Economics, 104, 50-60.

Iftekhar, M. S., Hailu, A., & Lindner, R. K. (2014). Does it pay to increase competition in combinatorial conservation auctions? Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 62, 411-433.

Lin, B., Khoo, Y. B., Inman, M., Wang, C-H., Tapsuwan, S. (2014). Assessing inundation damage and timing of adaptation: Sea level rise and the complexities of land use in coastal communities. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19, 551-568.

Mamouni Limnios, E. A., Mazzarol, T. W., Ghadouani, A., & Schilizzi, S. (2014). The resilience architecture framework: Four organizational archetypes. European Management Journal, 32, 104-116.

Moxey, A. P., & White, B. (2014). Result-oriented agri-environmental schemes in Europe: A comment. Land Use Policy, 39, 397-399.

O’Brien, G., Donaghue, N., & Walker, I. (in press). Deservingness and gratitude in the context of heart transplantation. Qualitative Health Research.

Pannell, D. J., Llewellyn, R. S., & Corbeels, M. (2014). The farm-level economics of conservation agriculture for resource-poor farmers. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 187, 52-64.

Price, J. A., Walker, I., & Boschetti, F. (2014). Measuring cultural values and beliefs about environment to identify their role in climate change responses. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 37, 8-20.

Tapsuwan, S., Burton, M., Mankad, A., Tucker, D., & Greenhill, M (2014). Adapting to less water: Household willingness to pay for decentralised water system in urban Australia. Water Resources Management, 28, 1111-1125.

Walker, I. (2014). A social scientist’s view of science adoption and uptake. Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety, 9, 31-37.


For a list of publications prior to 2014, please visit the academic homepages of our researchers, which are listed here.