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Bhattarai, Baba Ram, Morgan, Damian, and Wright, Wendy (2021) Equitable sharing of benefits from tiger conservation: beneficiaries' willingness to pay to offset the costs of tiger conservation. Journal of Environmental Management, 284. 112018.

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Chaiechi, Taha, and Nguyen, Thi Minh Trang (2021) Measuring urban economic resilience of two tropical cities, using impulse response analysis. Bulletin of Applied Economics, 8 (1). pp. 59-79.

Chaiechi, Taha (2020) Sustainable tropical cities: a scoping review of multidisciplinary methods for urban planning. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 19 (2). pp. 25-51.

Chaiechi, Taha, Wong, Caroline, and Tavares, Silvia (2020) Urban design and economic growth: an analytical tale of two tropical cities. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 19 (2). pp. 172-200.

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Gu, Xin, Zhou, Zhang-Yue, and Wu, Yan-Rui (2019) Understanding China's urban consumption patterns: new estimates and implications. The Singapore Economic Review, 64 (4). pp. 961-981.

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McLaren, John, Yeo, Alan, and Sweet, Michael (2016) Australia is facing a housing affordability crisis: is the solution to this problem the Singapore model of housing? Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal, 10 (4). pp. 38-57.

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Nicholas, Christopher, Murphy, Laurie, and Blackman, Anna (2019) Exploring the dimensions of social capital that are effective mediators of long distance commuting impacts on wellbeing. Resources Policy, 60. pp. 185-197.

Nicholas, Christopher, Welters, Riccardo, and Murphy, Laurie (2018) Does social capital help communities to cope with long-distance commuting? Regional Studies, 52 (12). pp. 1646-1657.

Nicholas, Christopher, and Welters, Riccardo (2017) What drives long distance commuting into Australian regions? A spatial panel model approach. Journal of Rural Studies, 49. pp. 140-150.

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