- 15 Aug 2022
Quantitative advice on the trade effects of non-tariff measures can inform one aspect of a negotiator's multifaceted decision-making process to prioritise and allocate scarce negotiating resources. This technical paper describes the data collection process for an NTM quantification methodology proposed by ABARES in February 2022.
- 10 Aug 2022
This report presents data collected from surveys of public and private plantation growers and managers on the size and changes to the commercial plantation estate.
- 4 Aug 2022
This new interactive online data dashboard (beta) provides easy access to Australia's agricultural export data, by commodity, year and destination.
- 2 Aug 2022
The two working papers provide fast, accurate and accessible solutions to replace the need for simulations in many applications the continuous sampling plan 1 system, and 2 and 3 systems used in the management of Australia's biosecurity system. This will aid in enhancing system management decisions.
- 1 Aug 2022
The Drought Early Warning System (DEWS) project is a new project will develop a set of national indicators for measuring and forecasting the extent and severity of drought impacts in the Australian agricultural sector. The project is an initiative of DAFF and is being undertaken by ABARES in partnership with CSIRO.
- 28 Jul 2022
Water allocation prices in the southern Murray–Darling Basin are likely to remain low for a third consecutive year, according to the latest ABARES Water Market Outlook.
- 27 Jul 2022
This Insights report summarises evidence to demonstrate that reforming agricultural support and open trade can build a more competitive agricultural sector.
- 26 Jul 2022
This interactive dashboard presents the recent economic surveys of major commonwealth fisheries. It includes information on net returns to help assess economic performance of fisheries.
- 13 Jul 2022
The latest ABARES Insight report outlines how governments can take the lead on global food security by opening up trade and cutting export restrictions.
- 28 Jun 2022
In light of high global grain prices, the latest ABARES Insights report looks at the impact of export restrictions and how governments can take steps to improve global food security.