The Institute for International Trade (IIT) brought together PhD students in the field of international trade to present their work at the 3rd Adelaide PhD Summer Institute. The objective of the Adelaide PhD Summer Institute is to provide PhD students in this field with a platform for discussing their ideas with both fellow PhD students and senior scholars. This year, eleven PhD students and researchers from Australia and Europe presented theoretical and empirical research, shared ideas and had a chance to discuss and receive a feedback on their work.
This research project aims to use such evidence to examine how the national benefits from returning water to the environment in Australia’s MDB could be optimised.
GFAR organised a workshop on value chain sustainability in association with the Australasian Agriculture and Resource Economics Society (AARES) in September 2017.
Global Food Studies held a successful Workshop “Nutrition sensitive agriculture – looking through a nutrition lens” in Hanoi, Vietnam on 1st-2nd December 2014.
Our project on improving market engagement, post-harvest management and productivity of the Cambodian and Lao PDR vegetable industries is drawing to a close. This month, the project team have been busy finalising 4 years’ of research and development activities following our end of project review in December.
According to reports from World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) 2.1 billion people live without safe water at home and globally, 80% of the people who have to use unsafe and unprotected water resources live in rural areas. The theme for this year’s World Water Day is ‘Leaving no one behind’ which is underpinned by the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: ‘Water for all by 2030’.
The Centre for Global Food and Resources organised a short course on ‘Food Standards Regulations and Familiarisation’ as part of an early outcome of the ongoing negotiation of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA).
The Agribusiness Master Class was attended by 18 participants from Vietnam and 6 participants from regional countries (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Indonesia and the Philippines).
The aim of the Agribusiness Master Class is to develop participants knowledge of principles and practical analytical skills needed to apply market, consumer and value chain research methods to real world agribusiness problems in developing countries.
A major focus for this mobile lab is on decision-making in local contexts.