Professor Kym Anderson, School of Economics has received the 2010 Quality of Research Discovery Prize. The prize awarded annually by the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES), is for the research project he led that resulted in four regional books plus the 2009 overview book he edited on Distortions to Agricultural Incentives: A Global Perspective, 1955-2007. Kym Anderson and Will Martin received the same prize in 2007 for their book on Agricultural Trade Reform and the Doha Development Agenda (both co-published by Palgrave Macmillan, London, and the World Bank, Washington DC).
Archive for February, 2010
Kym Anderson talks about ‘wine industry challenges for the next 20 years’. Morning plenary of the pre-AARES conference workshop on ‘the world’s wine markets by 2030: terroir, climate change, R&D and globalization held at the Adelaide convention centre on Monday 8th February, 2010.
Brian Croser talks about ‘prospects over the next two decades for smaller, fine wine companies’. Morning plenary of the pre-AARES conference workshop on ‘the world’s wine markets by 2030: terroir, climate change, R&D and globalization held at the Adelaide convention centre on Monday 8th February, 2010.
Andrew Jefford talks about ‘New world vs old world success in global wine markets by 2030′. Morning plenary of the pre-AARES conference workshop on ‘the world’s wine markets by 2030: terroir, climate change, R&D and globalization’ held at the Adelaide convention centre on Monday 8th February, 2010.
Back in November, 2009 Derek Morikawa, CEO of Vision Robotics Corporation gave an inspiring talk on robotic pruning at the Wine2030 BlueSky symposium. Today he was back in Adelaide brainstorming ideas around important research questions and business opportunities enabled by the technology his company is developing.
Today’s meeting was inspired by a blend of ideas that surfaced during last year’s symposium and spurred on by continuing online discussions. One topic of discussion was to think about ‘Re-engineering vineyards’ – a challenge to innovate beyond incremental improvement along the lines of Max Zornada’s presentation from BlueSky2009. Present at the meeting were other speakers from previous symposia, including Anton van den Hengel and Christopher Findlay.
Wine2030 researchers will be involved in the upcoming Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society (AARES) conference to be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre 8th – 9th February, 2010.
It is less than a week to the 2-day workshop on “The World’s Wine Markets by 2030: Terroir, Climate Change, R&D, and Globalization”, to be held at the Adelaide Convention Center on 8-9 February. With contributions from domestic and overseas research organizations, academia and the media as well as industry leaders, this promises to be a lively and informative forum for discerning the industry’s near and longer-term prospects. Click here to see the program and plenary speakers.
A joint initiative of the Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society, the University of Adelaide’s Wine2030 research network and the American Association of Wine Economists.