School of Economics
Faculty of the Professions
I am a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Adelaide. My research interests are in economics of innovation, collective action, and history of economic thought. I teach Public Economics and Economic Policy Challenges.
Date Position Institution name 2002 Lecturer in Economics University of Adelaide, Adelaide
Language Competency Dutch; Flemish Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review French Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review German Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review Hebrew Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 1998 - 2002 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley United States PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics 1994 - 1998 University of California, Riverside United States MA in Economics 1984 - 1992 University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Netherlands Grad
Year Citation 2016 Binenbaum, E. (2016). Human Capitalism: How Economic Growth Has Made Us Smarter - and More Unequal. ECONOMIC RECORD, 92(299), 666-667.
2008 Binenbaum, E. (2008). Incentive issues in R&D consortia: Insights from applied game theory. Contemporary Economic Policy, 26(4), 636-650.
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2004 Binenbaum, E. (2004). The intellectual property strategy of international agricultural research centres. Australian Agribusiness Review, 12, www 1-www 16. 2003 Binenbaum, E., Nottenburg, C., Pardey, P., Wright, B., & Zambrano, P. (2003). South-north trade, intellectual property jurisdictions, and freedom to operate in agricultural research on staple crops. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 51(2), 309-335.
2001 Binenbaum, E., Pardey, P., & Wright, B. (2001). Public-private research relationships: the consultative group on international agricultural research. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 83(3), 748-775.
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2005 - 2007 Principal Supervisor Marginal Cost Water Pricing: Welfare Effects and Policy Implications using Minimum Cost and Benchmarking Models, with Case Studies from Australia and Asia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr David Altmann
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