Rolfe identifies changing economic and social drivers as Mining&Technology Summit meets
Published on 09 Sep, 2011Media Contact:
CQUniversity's Professor John Rolfe recently identified some of the changing economic and social drivers associated with resource developments when he addressed the 2nd Annual Mining&Technology Summit in Perth.
Professor Rolfe focused on economic impacts of mining and resources on regional areas while examining how 'fly-in/fly-out' and 'drive-in/drive-out' changes economic and social impacts across regional areas.
He discussed isues with mandatory fly-in/fly-out arrangements and the changing assessment and regulatory mechanisms to address economic and social issues.
John is Professor in Regional Development Economics, based at the Centre for Environmental Management at CQUniversity.
Summit details are available via www.miningtechnologyaustralia.com.au