Growing Regions through Smart Specialisation: A Methodology for Modelling the Economic Impact of a Food Processing Hub in Australia
Alexis Sergio Esposto,
Malcolm Abbott and
Economic Papers, 2019, vol. 38, issue 2, 114-130
The purpose of this paper is to examine the positive impact that the creation of food processing hubs can have on “smart specialisation” on the economic development of regional Australia. The analysis looks at two existing developments in Australia, as well as providing an economic evaluation of another “regional hub” that is currently being proposed. Our paper provides an economic impact analysis of the proposed establishment of a food processing hub in Victoria. It presents an analysis on its impact both at a regional level (Gippsland), and more widely across Australia.
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