Riccardo Welters
Riccardo Welters
Associate Professor, James Cook University, Australia
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The economic influence of community-based dolphin watching on a local economy in a developing country: Implications for conservation
PLK Mustika, A Birtles, R Welters, H Marsh
Ecological Economics 79, 11-20, 2012
Developing a regional economy through creative industries: innovation capacity in a regional Australian city
K Fleischmann, R Daniel, R Welters
Creative Industries Journal 10 (2), 119-138, 2017
Self determination theory and employed job search
R Welters, W Mitchell, J Muysken
Journal of Economic Psychology 44, 34-44, 2014
Using resident perceptions of values associated with the Australian Tropical Rivers to identify policy and management priorities
S Larson, N Stoeckl, B Neil, R Welters
Ecological Economics 94, 9-18, 2013
Workers' perceptions of FIFO work in North Queensland, Australia
A Blackman, R Welters, L Murphy, L Eagle, M Pearce, J Pryce, P Lynch, ...
Australian Bulletin of Labour 40 (2), 180-200, 2014
Employer search and employment subsidies
R Welters, J Muysken
Applied economics 38 (12), 1435-1448, 2006
Creative industries and regional economic development: can a creative industries hub spark new ways to grow a regional economy?
K Fleischmann, R Welters, R Daniel
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, The 23 (2), 217-242, 2017
Creativity in the ‘Torrid’zone: Policy, creative industries and the vision for Northern Australia
R Daniel, K Fleischmann, R Welters
International Journal of Cultural Policy 24 (4), 451-465, 2018
A rapid assessment of wildlife tourism risk posed to cetaceans in Asia
PLK Mustika, R Welters, GE Ryan, C D'Lima, P Sorongon-Yap, ...
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (8), 1138-1158, 2017
The job guarantee in practice
V Quirk, E Allen, T Andresen, A Bill, B Cook, B Goldsmith, J Juniper, ...
Centre of Full Employment and Equity of the University of Newcastle Working …, 2006
The cost of doing nothing in the face of climate change: a case study, using the life satisfaction approach to value the tangible and intangible costs of flooding in the …
CJ Fernandez, N Stoeckl, R Welters
Climate and Development 11 (9), 825-838, 2019
Low skilled jobs through job creation and wage subsidies
R Opstal, H Roodenburg, R Welters
CPB report 2, 32-36, 1998
What drives long distance commuting into Australian regions? A spatial panel model approach
C Nicholas, R Welters
Journal of rural studies 49, 140-150, 2017
Locked-in casual employment
R Welters, W Mitchell
University of Newcastle, 2009
Does casual employment provide a" stepping stone" to better work prospects?
WF Mitchell, R Welters
Centre of Full Employment and Equity, University of Newcastle, 2008
A just transition to a renewable energy economy in the Hunter Region, Australia
A Bill, W Mitchell, R Welters, J Rutovitz, G Evans
Policy report.(Centre of Full Employment and Equity). Available at: http …, 2008
Search behaviour and the casualties of the (dual) labour market
WF Mitchell, J Muysken, R Welters
Centre of Full Employment and Equity, University of Newcastle, 2005
Job mobility and segmentation in Australian city labour markets
A Bill, WF Mitchell, R Welters
Centre of Full Employment and Equity, University of Newcastle, 2006
Active Labour Market Policy by a Profit‐Maximizing Firm
R Gerards, J Muysken, R Welters
British Journal of Industrial Relations 52 (1), 136-157, 2014
Efficiency of employment subsidies and firms' recruitment strategies
RAMHM Welters
Maastricht University, 2005
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