Publications

Economic consequences of Labor’s Climate Change Action Plan

This paper explores some of the possible economic consequences of the Labor climate change approach.

Authors: Brian S. Fisher

Economic consequences of some alternative Australian climate policies – Full report

This paper assesses the economic impacts of alternative domestic policy approaches proposed by the two major political parties. It uses the BAEconomics global model to assess the economic costs of various policy options. This work is ongoing and will be updated as policy options become more clear.

Authors: Brian S. Fisher

Economic consequences of some alternative Australian climate policies

This paper assesses the economic impacts of alternative domestic policy approaches proposed by the two major political parties. It uses the BAEconomics global model to assess the economic costs of various policy options. This work is ongoing and will be updated as policy options become more clear.

Authors: Brian S. Fisher

Carbon sequestration potential of plantation forestry expansion in Australia

BAEconomics prepared this report for the Australian forest industries, to examine the carbon sequestration associated with potential planation forest expansion in Australia.

Authors: Anna L. Matysek & Brian S. Fisher

Implications of high wind penetration for the NEM

The future security of the national electricity market requires that all generators, especially intermittent generators to directly bear the costs that they impose on the power system. BAEconomics has provided an approach that would ensure that this condition is met.

Authors: Sabine Schnittger and Brian S. Fisher

Primer on renewable energy subsidies in Australia

Paper prepared for the Minerals Council of Australia to provide and overview of the range of subsidies for renewable electricity that were applied in Australia in 2015-16.

Authors: Sabine Schnittger and Brian S. Fisher

Australia – Indonesia Policy Dialogue: Major Developments in Global and Regional Beef Markets

BAEconomics and University of Queensland research staff jointly present research to the Indonesia Australia Policy Dialogue.

Authors: Scott Waldron and Brian S. Fisher

Implications of Australian Renewable Energy Mandates for the Electricity Sector

BAE finds that as the production of intermittent generation increases, the costs of integrating intermittent supply increase rapidly.

Authors: Brian S. Fisher & Sabine Schnittger

BAEGEM documentation

BAEconomics has built and uses a set of computable general equilibrium models for its work with clients and its independent research. This documentation sets out the general structure of these models.

Authors: Brian Fisher & Raymond Mi

Productivity and Innovation in the Mining Industry

Authors: Anna L. Matysek & Brian S. Fisher

Further Information:

Robotics, automation and the digital revolution leading the transformation of the mining sector.

ISBN: 978-0-9945697-0-7

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