Journal article

How did we go? Revisiting the ex ante economic impact assessment of the CRC for Beef Genetic Technologies, as at the cessation of funding

Garry Griffith, KS Pollock, HM Burrow

Australasian Agribusiness Review | Melbourne School of Land and Environment | Published : 2013


The Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Beef Genetic Technologies operated for its third successive 7-year term from July 2005 to June 2012. It targeted an additional 1.5 per cent in gross revenue of the Australian beef industry over 25 years to 2030. This was to be achieved by developing a package of new genetic and genomic technologies and non-genetic “products” (practices, processes, tools and technologies) to improve profitability, productivity, animal welfare and responsible resource use of Australian beef businesses. The economic analyses underpinning the 2004 business case for the CRC’s third term were published by Griffith et al. (2005) and Griffith (2009). In re-assessing the ori..

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