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Dr

Alex Sinnett

Lecturer (Agricultural Economics)
Agriculture And Food
Agricultural Economics
Farm Economics
Risk
Whole Farm Analysis
Case study research
Farming
Benefit Cost Analysis
Climate Change
Agribusiness
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Dr

Alex Sinnett

 
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Veterinary And Agricultural Sciences
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Dr

Alex Sinnett

 

Dr Alex Sinnett is an agricultural economist, who specialises in applied farm economic research. Alex’s research involves whole farm modelling of changes that could improve farm profitability and management of risk.

One of her particular interests is analysing changes that could mitigate the effects of a changing climate. She is a lecturer in the School of Agriculture and Food within the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences. She is currently teaching and coordinating Farm Management Economics and Applied Farm Economics. In addition, she teaches Social Benefit Cost Analysis to students studying Resource Management Economics. She is a co-supervisor to a number of PhD and Masters students. She is best regarded for her skills in economic, financial and risk modelling. She has worked with a range of industry groups including Dairy Australia, Horticulture Australia Limited and Apple and Pear Australia. The majority of her work is multidisciplinary and applied research with a focus on risk. She works collaboratively with her peers to achieve outcomes that can make a difference. She is keen to partner with industry as she has a real passion for Australian Agriculture.

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Positions

Positions


Lecturer (Agricultural Economics)

Agriculture And Food

Aares Membership

Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

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