The water policy reform in the Murray-Darling Basin (MDB) will have a range of implications on the social-ecological system (SES) of the Basin. We propose an analytical framework that may be useful in analysing how policy changes or external shocks, which originate in one part of a SES can be traced transparently throughout the SES by sequentially linking a series of models, where each model has demonstrated strength in explaining a part of the whole system. This framework is suitable to analyse the national, regional and spatial socio-economic and distributional effects of regional-specific policy reforms or external shocks.
|Number of pages||23|
|Journal||Australasian Journal of Regional Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
RAO, M., TANTON, R., & VIDYATTAMA, Y. (2015). Modelling the economic, social and ecological links in the Murray-Darling basin: A conceptual framework. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 21(1), 80-102. http://uvic.summon.serialssolutions.com/2.0.0/link/0/eLvHCXMw3V3JTsMwELUqTlwQCBBLkfwBBCVOHCdIHAoUcS4pEqfIcZw2h6ZVG4T694yXbD3wAVyzVM08Z2Yyfm8GIZ88uM6BT1BpCA8KHlIJESHPiKRUcohOnmDc1608e2qylkXWHfsPwKvpZqbRtuZrWOGxMqWtj6tSuRSt09NbuA3dEey-5XvnlW_1L0CMKysjXhdG36