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Ben Freyens is Associate Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Business, Government & Law. He is a labour economist specialised in the study of employment protection regulation and the arbitration of dismissal disputes.  He also has a strong research agenda in the economics of radio spectrum allocation, having conducted several research projects for the Australian Communications and Media Authority on spectrum economics, frequency licensing and radio transmission technologies. In his earlier working life, he was a statistical expert at Eurostat, Luxembourg, and taught economics at Deakin University, at the College of University of New South Wales, at University of Wollongong and at the Australian National University.

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Crises and structural change in Australian agriculture

Mann, S., FREYENS, B. & DINH, H., 2017, In : Review of Social Economy. 75, 1, p. 76-87 12 p.

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  • Farm adjustment strategies to water-related challenges in the Murray-Darling Basin

    Dinh, H., Daly, A. & Freyens, B., 3 Sep 2017, In : Policy Studies. 38, 5, p. 482-501 20 p.

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  • Measuring Community Economic Resilience in Australia: Estimates of Recent Levels and Trends

    DINH, H., FREYENS, B., DALY, A. & VIDYATTAMA, Y., 2017, In : Social Indicators Research. 132, 3, p. 1217-1236 20 p.

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  • Royalties, entry, and spectrum allocation to the broadcasting industry

    Caputo, M. R. & Freyens, B. P., 1 Dec 2017, In : Journal of Public Economic Theory. 19, 6, p. 1081-1098 18 p.

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