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Economie Publique

UMR Economie Publique

Jean-Marc Bourgeon

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Bourgeon Jean–Marc
Researcher

jean-marc.bourgeon@grignon.inra.fr

Tel : +33 (0)1 44 08 72 87
Fax : +33 (0)1 44 08 16 63

AgroParisTech–Paris
UMR Économie publique
16, rue Claude Bernard
75231 Paris Cedex 05
FRANCE

Research fields

Public economics, regulation of agriculture, environmental regulation, contract theory, economics of risk and insurance

 

Publications

List of publications with abstracts, URL or full text generated by "Prodinra" (bibliographic database which lists the publications of INRA researchers)

 

Selected publications

 

2014

Bourgeon, J.M.;Picard, P.
Fraudulent claims and nitpicky insurers
Fraudes à l'assurance et assureurs pinailleurs
in : American Economic Review, (2014), vol. 104, n° 9. pp. 2900-2917.
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2010

Bourgeon, J.M.; Ollivier, H.
Commerce des bioénergies et émissions de gaz à effet de serre
Trade of bioenergy and greenhouse gas emissions
in : Revue Economique, (2010), vol. 61, n° 1. pp. 161-148

Bourgeon, J.M.; Tréguer, D.
Killing two birds with one stone: US and EU biofuel programmes
Les programmes de biocarburants aux USA et dans l'UE ou comment faire d'une pierre deux coups
in : European Review of Agricultural Economics, (2010), vol. 37, n° 3. pp. 369-394.
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2008

Bourgeon, J.M. ; Chambers, R.G.
Implementable Ramsey–Boiteux pricing in agricultural and environmental policy
Règle de prix "à la Ramsey–Boiteux" implémentable en régulation agricole et environnementale
in : American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2008, vol. 90, n° 2. pp. 499–508
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Bourgeon, J.M. ; Easter, W. ; Smith, R.B.W.
Water markets and third–party effects
Marchés de l’eau et répercussions sur les tiers
in : American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2008, vol. 90, n° 4. pp. 902–917
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Tréguer, D. (sous la dir. Jean–Marc Bourgeon)
Biofuel policies and the reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy
Les politiques de biocarburants et les réformes de la Politique Agricole Commune
Palaiseau : Ecole Polytechnique, 2008. Mémoire de thèse en Economie. 268 p.
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2007

Bontems, P. ; Bourgeon, J.M.
On environmental policy and permitting
Sur la politique environementale et les procédures d'agrément
in : Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2007, vol. 9, n° 5. pp. 771–792
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Bourgeon, J.M. ; Picard, P.
Point-record driving licence and road safety: an economic approach
Permis à point et sécurité routière : une approche économique
in : Journal of Public Economics. 2007, vol. 91, n° 1–2, pp. 235–258
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