Mrs Juliane Haensch

Juliane Haensch
Research Fellow
Centre for Global Food and Resources
Faculty of the Professions

Juliane is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Global Food and Resources (GFAR) at the University of Adelaide. She joined GFAR in 2015 as a PhD-Scholar after transferring from the University of South Australia, where she started her PhD studies and worked as a Research Assistant since 2011. Her PhD thesis examined the importance of spatial influences on irrigators’ water trading behaviour in Australia’s southern Murray-Darling Basin. Her PhD thesis was awarded a Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence and nominated for a University Research Medal.

Prior to the PhD studies Juliane received her Master in Transport Economics & Management (2008) from Dresden University of Technology (Germany) and was a Research Assistant and Tutor at Dresden University of Technology and a Scholar at the University of Alicante (Spain). After the Master’s studies she gained over two years industry experience working in the public transport management sector in Germany.

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Mrs Juliane Haensch

Juliane is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Global Food and Resources (GFAR) at the University of Adelaide. She joined GFAR in 2015 as a PhD-Scholar after transferring from the University of South Australia, where she started her PhD studies and worked as a Research Assistant since 2011. Her PhD thesis examined the importance of spatial influences on irrigators’ water trading behaviour in Australia’s southern Murray-Darling Basin. Her PhD thesis was awarded a Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence and nominated for a University Research Medal.

Prior to the PhD studies Juliane received her Master in Transport Economics & Management (2008) from Dresden University of Technology (Germany) and was a Research Assistant and Tutor at Dresden University of Technology and a Scholar at the University of Alicante (Spain). After the Master’s studies she gained over two years industry experience working in the public transport management sector in Germany.

Language Competencies

Language Competency
English Can peer review
German Can peer review
Spanish; Castilian Can understand spoken

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
2012 - 2017 University of Adelaide Australia PhD Global Food & Resources
2002 - 2008 Dresden University of Technology, Dresden Germany Master in Transport Economics & Management

Keywords

Agricultural Economics & Policy, Agricultural Land Management, Agricultural Spatial Analysis and Modelling, Environment and Resource Economics, Geospatial Information Systems, Land Use and Environmental Planning

Journals

Date Citation
2016 Haensch,J, Wheeler,SA, Zuo,A, Bjornlund,H, 2016, The Impact of water and soil salinity on water market trading in the Southern Murray-Darling Basin, Water Economics and Policy, 02, 01, 1-26 10.1142/S2382624X16500041

Books

Date Citation
2012 Haensch,J, 2012, Touristische Verkehrskonzepte: im Schnittbereich von Tourismuspolitik und Verkehrspolitik, AV Akademikerverlag, 1-112

Book Chapters

Date Citation
2016 Haensch,J, Wheeler,SA, Zuo,A, 2016, The Contribution of spatial analysis to water management: a case study of the MDB, Australia, Nova, New York, pp. 77-102

Conference Items

Date Citation
2017 Haensch,J, Wheeler,SA, Zuo,A, 2017, The spatial distribution and determinants of stated price choices for water entitlement trading, 61th Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Brisbane
2016 Haensch,J, Wheeler,SA, Zuo,A, 2016, Location, Location, Location: the spatial influences on water entitlement selling in the southern Murray-Darling Basin, 45th Australian Conference of Economists 2016, Adelaide
2016 Haensch,J, Wheeler,S, Zuo,A, Bjornlund,H, 2016, The Impact of water and soil salinity on water market trading in the Southern Murray-Darling Basin, Australia, Climate Adaptation Conference, Adelaide
2016 Haensch,J, Wheeler,S, Zuo,A, Bjornlund,H, 2016, The impact of water and soil salinity on water market trading in the southern Murray-Darling Basin, NRM Science Conference, Adelaide
2016 Haensch,J, Wheeler,SA, Zuo,A, 2016, The spatial influence of neighbours’ water sale behaviour on irrigators’ water entitlement selling, 60th Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Canberra

Theses

Date Citation
2017 Haensch,J; 2017; Examining the importance of spatial influences on irrigators' water trading behaviour in the southern Murray-Darling Basin
Position
Research Fellow
Phone
83130914
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Nexus 10
Room Number
6 33
Org Unit
Ctr Global Food & Resources

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