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Barooga, New South Wales, 20–22 August 2019 2019

SEGRA Refereed papers

Business

[Environmental Revolutions in Australian SMEs and their Supply Chains: A Mixed Method Investigation of the Greater Melbourne Region][4]
Dr. Aharon Factor, Lecturer, Faculty of Higher Education, Swinburne University of Technology. 2012. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

[4]: http://2015.segra.com.au/PDF/Environmental Revolutions in SMEs.pdf

Uniting SMEs, universities, innovation and regional development: learning from the CQ experience
ISSN 2200-5935
Dr. Susan Kinnear, Senior Research Officer, Sustainable Regional Development Programme, Centre for Environmental Management, CQUniversity and Ian Ogden, Innovative Regions Facilitator (Central Queensland), Innovative Regions Centre, Enterprise Connect Division, Department of Innovation, Industry and Science & Adjunct Professional Fellow, Centre for Environmental Management, CQUniversity Australia. 2011. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Governance

People’s Perceptions of Governance and the Implications for Regional Australia
Dr Ian Gray, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Charles Sturt University. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Assessing Climate Change Risk and its implications for local Government in Queensland
Prof. Bob Miles, Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable Regional Development, CQUniversity. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Examining Communities of Interest to achieve ‘best-fit’ governance in Central Queensland
Prof. Bob Miles, Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable Regional Development, CQUniversity. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Innovation

Profiling Rockhampton’s regional business cohort: identifying opportunities for innovation clusters
Dr. Susan Kinnear and Gail Tucker, CQUniversity Centre for Environmental Management, North Rockhampton, Queensland. 2012. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Policy

Three Issues of Importance to Decision-Makers in Regional Australia
Mark Giddings, Pharmacy Graduate and Adjunct Associate Professor Richard Monypenny, School of Business, James Cook University. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Towards Affordable Regional Infrastructure
Dr Mark McGovern, Senior Lecturer, School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology. 2009.(SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Regions, Cities and the World: well-connected or subprime views
Dr. Mark McGovern, School of Economics and Finance, Faculty of Business, Queensland University of Technology. 2008. SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Regional Development

Accessibility of Family Services in Queensland Mining Towns: a case study of Middlemount
Julie Mann, Research Worker, Sustainable Regional Development Programme, Centre for Environmental Management, CQUniversity. 2010. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Attracting and Retaining Mobile Skilled Workers: benefits for rural communities
Dr Peter Vitartas, Senior Lecturer, Southern Cross University. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Community Recovery and Survival in a Boom and Bust Economy
Professor Fiona Haslam McKenzie, Director, Housing and Urban Research Institute of Western Australia, Curtin University of Technology. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Leveraging on Population Mobility to Generate Local Solutions to Community Needs and Issues
Joe Ripepi, PhD Student, Curtin University of Technology. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Sustainable Mining Futures and the Liveability of Mining Villages
Lindsay Greer, Senior Research Officer, Institute for Resource Industries and Sustainability, CQUniversity. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Townsville: a regional development case study
Cr. Les Tyrell OAM, Mayor, Townsville City Council and Adjunct Associate Professor Richard Monypenny, School of Business, James Cook University. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

The Learning Practitioner
Dr. Paul Collits, School of Global Studies, RMIT University. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Using Work/Life Balance Strategies to Address Regional Skills Shortages
Debra Da Silva, School of Business and Information Technology, Charles Sturt University. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Responding to the Challenges of Regional Development: Clermont’s preferred future and community development strategy
Prof. Bob Miles, Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable Regional Development, CQUniversity. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Skill Shortages in Regional Australia and Novel Marketing Campaigns: a sign of the desperate times!
Kerry Grigg, School of Business and Information Technology, Charles Sturt University. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Small Towns Big Ideas - Case Studies in Small Town Community Economic Development
Will Lambe, Associate Director, Community & Economic Development Program, School of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. December 2008.

Some Practical Next Steps to Grow Local Cooperation
Adj./Assoc. Prof. Richard Monypenny, Faculty of Business, James Cook University. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Generic Sustainability Project Action Flow Sheet
A/Prof. Peter Waterman RFD, Adjunct Associate Professor in Environmental Science, University of the Sunshine Coast and SEGRA National Steering Committee

Sustainability

Providing Secure and Safe Domestic Water for Rural and Remote Regions: An Overview
Jay Rajapakse, Lara Wilde, Michael Kitzelmann, Peter Waterman and Rohana Samarasekera. 2017. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Emerging Water Treatment Technologies for decentralised systems: an overview of selected systems suited for application in towns and settlements in remote and very remote regions of Australia and vulnerable and lagging rural regions in Sri Lanka
Dr. Jay Rajapakse, A/Prof. Peter Waterman, Graeme Millar and Sumitha Sumanaweera. 2014. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Secure and Safe Water Supplies in Remote Australian and Rural Sri Lankan Regions: Common Issues and Emerging Responses
Jay Rajapakse, Ruwan Liyanage, Neil Tindale and Peter Waterman. 2013. (SEGRARefereed Paper).

[An innovative approach to managing competing land use on unproductive soils in the north eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia][62]**
Mike Clarke and Andrew Blake, Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia. 2012. (_SEGRA**_ Refereed Paper).

[62]: http://2015.segra.com.au/PDF/SEGRA Journal guidelines version.pdf

Hearing voices: A narrative analysis of the Senate Inquiry into the Social and Economic Impacts of Rural Wind Farm
ISSN 2200-5935
Cathy Wagg, Mexie Butler, Sean MacDermott, Mary Johnson and Kaye Scholfield. 2011. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Beyond Carbon: a case study of regional clustering and innovation in cleantech
Dr. Susan Kinnear, Senior Research Officer, Sustainable Regional Development Programmer, Centre for Environmental Management, CQUniversity and Ian Ogden, Innovative Regions Facilitator (Central Queensland), Innovative Regions Centre, Enterprise Connect Division, Department of Innovation, Industry and Science. 2010. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Beyond Carbon: a case study of regional clustering and innovation in cleantech
Dr. Susan Kinnear, Senior Research Officer, Sustainable Regional Development Programmer, Centre for Environmental Management, CQUniversity and Ian Ogden, Innovative Regions Facilitator (Central Queensland), Innovative Regions Centre, Enterprise Connect Division, Department of Innovation, Industry and Science. 2010. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Climate Change Resource Boom and Coastal Housing in Queensland: an overview
Dr. Susan Kinnear, Senior Research Officer, Sustainable Regional Development Programme, Centre for Environmental Management, CQUniversity. 2010. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Transformational Change in Climate Change Impacted Regions
Prof. John Hicks, Professor of Economics, School of Business, Charles Sturt University. 2010. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Climate Proofing as a Regional Development Strategy
Associate Professor Peter Waterman RFD, Coordinator, Climate Change, Coasts and Catchments, University of the Sunshine Coast. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Emission Trading: an economic business perspective
Debbie West, Manager in Tax and Business Services, WHK and Adjunct Associate Professor Richard Monypenny, School of Business, James Cook University. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Managing Mining Communities and Sustainable Development: a Central Queensland case study
Emeritus Professor Bob Miles, Executive Director, Miles Consulting Services. 2009. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

Closing the Loop between Research and Sustainable Regional Development
Dr. Imogen Schwarz, Water in Drylands Collaborative Research Program (WIDCORP), University of Ballarat. 2008. (SEGRA Refereed Paper).

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