Tea Tree Oil Economic Analysis of Funding Models (part of the 5 year plan)

Summary

An economic analysis of funding models to support Tea Tree Oil Industry consideration of levy alternatives would include stakeholder liaison, identification of options, economic assessment of options and recommendations on a preferred funding model. Stakeholder liaison would include discussions with the DAFF Levies Revenue Service, DAFF Horticulture Policy and industry including Pat Bolster and Tony Larkman. Options would include voluntary and statutory alternatives along with consideration of appropriate collection points. Economic analysis would include social and environmental considerations and the preferred model would be reviewed informally at the planned 5YP workshop. To be reported as part of the 5 year plan (PRJ007750).

Program

Tea Tree Oil

Research Organisation

AgEconPlus Pty Ltd

Objective Summary

An economic analysis of funding models to support Tea Tree Oil Industry consideration of levy alternatives would include stakeholder liaison, identification of options, economic assessment of options and recommendations on a preferred funding model. Stakeholder liaison would include discussions with the DAFF Levies Revenue Service, DAFF Horticulture Policy and industry including Pat Bolster and Tony Larkman. Options would include voluntary and statutory alternatives along with consideration of appropriate collection points. Economic analysis would include social and environmental considerations and the preferred model would be reviewed informally at the planned 5YP workshop. To be reported as part of the 5 year plan (PRJ007750).

Project Code

PRJ-008802

Project Stage

Closed

Project Start Date

Monday, December 3, 2012

Project Completion Date

Friday, May 31, 2013

Journal Articles From Project

Not Available

National Priority

Frontier technologies for building and transforming Australian industries

National Priority

Advanced Technology

National Priority

TTO-Extension, sustainability and human capital

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