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Principal Economist
 
Department of Resources
Professional 3 ($83 450 - $87 916)
Policy and Services - Darwin
Permanent
 
An exciting opportunity exists to join a dynamic and diverse department as the leading economic specialist in the Primary Industries group.
 
The Department of Resources is seeking a Principal Economist to provide leadership in the areas of economic research and analysis, advice on current and emerging issues related to the economic performance, outlook, and development opportunities for Territory agribusinesses and industries in the primary industries sector.
 
The Territory is one of Australia's most exciting places to live with strong economic growth, exciting cultural festivals, national and international sporting events, an outdoors lifestyle, and world heritage national parks and recreational activities at your doorstep.
 
For further information please contact Christine Long on (08) 8999 2394.
 
For more information on living and working in the Territory visit www.theterritory.com.au.
 
Applications should address the Selection Criteria. Please refer to the contact details below for a copy of the Selection Criteria and Job Description.
 
Quote vacancy number: 27755
 
Closing date: 14 May 2010
 
The Northern Territory Government is aiming for an inclusive and diverse workforce. All equal employment opportunity (EEO) groups are encouraged to apply.
 
Contact us now
Phone: 1300 659 247
 
NORTHERN TERRITORY GOVERNMENT
 


 
Environmental Valuation Reference Inventory (EVRI)
 
The NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC) is currently funding, on behalf of Australia, a 2-year pilot membership of the Environmental Valuation Reference Inventory (EVRI). EVRI is a Canadian run international environmental valuation database. It contains over 1,700 international studies providing values, methodologies, techniques and theories on environmental valuation and the benefits transfer approach. The DECC’s sponsorship of EVRI allows Australian residents to have free access to this growing database.
 
EVRI is an invaluable resource for economists, researchers, policymakers, consultants, students and others interested in environmental valuation. To sign up, go to www.evri.ca/english/default.htmand click on 'apply for a subscription' on the left-hand side menu. After accepting the licence agreement, fill in your details, noting down the username and password. EVRI will confirm submitted registrations within 1 business day.
 
For more information please visit www.environment.nsw.gov.au/publications/evri.htm.
 
To learn more about DECC’s involvement please contact David Godden (david.godden).
 

 
Reprinted edition of "Agricultural and Resource Policy: principles and practice" by David Godden is now available from Sydney University Press.
 
The original edition of David Godden’s 1997 "Agricultural and Resource Policy: principles and practice" is now out of print. Sydney University Press has reprinted this edition which is now available (ISBN: 1920898379). Please check details at: http://purl.library.usyd.edu.au/sup/1920898379
 
Agricultural and Resource Policy is an invaluable text for students of agriculture, economics and business. It is also an important reference for those interested in the continuing development of agricultural industry. “David Godden is astutely aware of the many issues that an agricultural economist needs to deal with in analysing production, trade, environmental and political issues, all of which impinge on successful solutions. To my mind it is by far the most readable and valuable book on agricultural economics one can have.” John Kerin, Minister for Primary Industry, 1983-91.
 
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