About

Dr Addison is a social-ecological systems scientist, and lecturer, currently working in a joint JCU-CSIRO role. Her research interests include environmental/social and economic trade-offs in development, development futures, resource institutions, the livelihood/conservation nexus, off-reserve conservation and strategies for managing variability and uncertainty.

With colleagues, she is working on a number of projects across northern Australia that exploring the  role of Indigenous land and sea management programes in development (see her National Environmental Science Program Northern Australia projects here - https://www.nespnorthern.edu.au/about/people/jane-addison/), and is also involved in an international research for development project in Mongolia and China (see it here - https://agriculture.uq.edu.au/project/strengthening-incentives-improved-grassland-management-china-and-mongolia).

Jane is a Fellow of The Cairns Institute, an advisor mentor to the US-based Development Research Institute - Mongolia and Inner Asia, and an Associate Editor of Society and Natural Resources.

Teaching
  • EV2100: International Environmental Policy and Governance (Level 2; TSV)
  • EV3110: Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (Level 3; CNS)
  • EV3201: Managing Coastal and Marine Environments (Level 3; TSV)
  • EV5107: International Environmental Policy and Governance (Level 5; TSV)
  • EV5110: Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (Level 5; CNS)
  • EV5200: Natural Resource Management (Level 5; TSV)
  • EV5701: Managing Coastal and Marine Environments (Level 5; TSV)
Publications

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Journal Articles
Book Chapters
  • Addison J, Lkhagvadorj E, Dorjburegdaa L, Bao Z and Ping L (2020) Herders as agents of change. In: Common Grasslands in Asia: a comparative analysis of Chinese and Mongolian grasslands. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham, Glos, UK, pp. 120-145
  • Addison J, Brown C, Lkhagvadorj E, Zhang J, Waldron S, Bao Z and Duinkherjav B (2020) Institutions and macrodevelopments. In: Common Grasslands in Asia: a comparative analysis of Chinese and Mongolian grasslands. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham, Glos, UK, pp. 12-47
  • Brown C, Bennett J, Quanghua Q, Dorjburegdaa L, Addison J, Gombosuren U, Kemp D, Guodong H, Behrendt K and Ping L (2020) Strengthening policy incentives. In: Common Grasslands in Asia: a comparative analysis of Chinese and Mongolian grasslands. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham, Glos, UK, pp. 165-174
  • Kemp D, Guodong H, Ping L, Zhongwu W, Mengli Z, Gombosuren U, Jargalsaihan G, Yingjun Z, Xiangyang H and Addison J (2020) Grassland livestock systems. In: Common Grasslands in Asia: a comparative analysis of Chinese and Mongolian grasslands. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham, Glos, UK, pp. 48-77
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ACIAR - Research Grant

Strengthening incentives for improved grassland management in China and Mongolia

Indicative Funding
$154,882 over 4 years (administered by UQ)
Summary
The aim of the project is to improve grassland management practices and pastoral livestock systems in China and Mongolia through research into the incentives driving these systems and the design of incentive based policies. Within this overall aim, there are three main objectives: (a) to design more efficient incentive schemes for improved grassland and livestock management in China; (b) to design more efficient incentives for improved livelihoods and grassland condition in Mongolia; and (c) to facilitate linkages between China and Mongolia for improving grassland management.
Investigators
Colin Brown, David Kemp, Jane Addison, Jeff Bennett, Scott Waldron, Karl Behrendt and Taro Takahashi in collaboration with Han Guodong, Batsukh Binderiya and Lkhamsuren Bolor-Erdene (The University of Queensland, Charles Sturt University, College of Business, Law & Governance, Australian National University, University of Tokyo, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Ministry of Food and Agriculture and Mongolian University of Life Sciences)
Keywords
Incentives; Devopment; Social-ecological systems; Agriculture; Policy
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  • Sustainability of the elephant ivory trade inThailand: Demand, supply and control (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
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