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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Economie Publique

UMR Economie Publique

Vincent Martinet

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Vincent Martinet
Senior Researcher

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Tel : +33 (0)1 30 81 53 57
Fax : +33 (0)1 30 81 53 68

INRA-Économie publique
Avenue Lucien Brétignières
78850 Thiverval Grignon
FRANCE

Research Fields

Natural resources economics, Sustainable Development, Biofuels, Biodiversity.

Personal Page

http://sites.google.com/site/martinetvincent/home

Curriculum Vitae

 

Publications

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

 

Selected publications

2020

Chèze, B.;David, M.;Martinet, V.
Understanding farmers' reluctance to reduce pesticide use: A choice experiment
in : Ecological Economics, (2020), vol. 167. 14 p.
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2019

Cairns, R. D. ; Del Campo, S. ; Martinet, V.
Sustainability of an economy relying on two reproducible assets
Soutenabilité d’une économie reposant sur deux actifs renouvelables
in : Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, (2019), vol. 101. pp. 145-160.
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Courtois, P. ; Gueye, M. ; Martinet, V. ; Préget, R. ; Salles, J.-M. ; Sauquet, A. ; Soubeyran, R. ; Subervie, J.
Quelles politiques publiques pour favoriser des paysages agricoles multifonctionnels ? . Quelles politiques publiques pour favoriser des paysages agricoles multifonctionnels ?
in: Sandrine Petit, Claire Lavigne, dir., Paysage, biodiversité fonctionnelle et santé des cultures. Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae, 2019. (Sciences en Partage). Isbn : 9782759230136.

David, M.; Langlois, B.; Martinet, V.
Vers une co-conception de paysages pour la santé des plantes et avec des acteurs du territoires: Evaluation économique du service de régulation de la santé des cultures
in : Sandrine Petit et Claire Lavigne (Eds.) "Paysage, biodiversité fonctionnelle et santé des plantes". Edition Quae, Paris, 2019.

 

 

2017

Van Long, N.; Martinet, V.
Combining rights and welfarism: a new approach to intertemporal evaluation of social alternatives
Combiner droits et bien-être : une nouvelle approche pour l’évaluation intertemporelle des alternatives sociales
in : Social Choice and Welfare, (2017). 30 p.
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2016

Martinet, V.; Peña-Torres, J.; De Lara, M.; Ramírez, C. H.
Risk and Sustainability: Assessing Fishery Management Strategies
in : Environmental and Resource Economics, (2016), vol. 64, n° 4. pp.683-707.
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Salles, J.M.;Martinet, V.
Pourquoi associer des valeurs économiques aux services dérivés de la nature ?
Reasons for the economic assessment of ecosystem services
in : Economie et management, (2016). n° 161. pp. 11-17.
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2015

Bontems, P.; Martinet, V.; Rotillon, G.; Withagen, C.
Interactions between agricultural economics and environmental and resource economics in European research: Insights from the theory of non-renewable resources
in : Review of Agricultural and Environmental Studies, (2015), vol. 96, n° 1. pp. 167-185.
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De Lara M., Martinet V., Doyen L.
Satisficing versus Optimality: Criteria for Sustainability
in : Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, (2015), vol. 77, n° 2. pp. 281-297.
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2014

Cairns R., Martinet, V.
An environmental-economic measure of sustainable development
in : European Economic Review, (2014), vol. 69. pp. 4-17.
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2013

Curtin R., Martinet V.
Viability of transboundary sheries and international quota sharing: the case of the Bay of Biscay Anchovy
in : Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2013, vol. 61, p. 259-282.
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Martinet, V.
Effect of soil heterogeneity on the welfare economics of biofuel policies
in : Land Use Policy, 2013, vol. 32. pp. 218-229.
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2012

Martinet V.
Economic Theory and Sustainable Development – What can we preserve for future generations?
Théorie économique et développement durable  Que peut-on préserver pour les générations futures?
Editeur: Routledge, Oxon (United-Kingdom), Avril 2012. (ISBN-10: 0415544777)
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Doyen L., Martinet V.
Maximin, Viability and Sustainability.
In: Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. Forthcoming.

Doyen L., Thébaud O., Béné C., Martinet V., Gourguet S., Bertignac M., Fifas S., Blanchard F.
A stochastic viability approach to ecosystem-based fisheries management
Une approche de viabilité stochastique pour la gestion écosystémique des pêches
In: Ecological Economics (2012) vol. 75 p.32-42.

 

2011

Martinet, V.
A characterization of sustainability with indicators
Une caractérisation de la durabilité à partir d'indicateurs
in : Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, (2011) vol. 61. pp. 183-197.
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Martinet, V.; Barraquand, F.
Biological conservation in dynamic agricultural landscapes: effectiveness of public policies and trade-offs with agricultural production
In: Ecological Economics, (2011) vol. 70. pp.910-920

Martinet V.
Définir les objectifs d'un développement durable, un exercice difficile
in : INRA Sciences Sociales, (2011), n° 2-3 (décembre). pp 1-4.
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2010

Gaucherel, C.; Martinet, V.; Bamière, L.
A multidisciplinary modelling approach to understand the effects of landscape dynamics on biodiversity
International Conference on Integrative Landscape Modelling ; 2010/02/03-05 ; Montpellier. 10 p.
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Martinet, V.
La « viabilité », une approche du développement durable visant à éviter les crises dans le long terme : l’exemple des pêcheries
Viability, an approach to Sustainable development based on crisis avoidance: the fishery example
in : INRA Sciences Sociales, (2010), n° 1. pp 1-4.
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Martinet, V.; Thébaud, O.; Rapaport, A.
Hare or tortoise? Trade-offs in recovering sustainable bioeconomic systems
Le lièvre ou la tortue ? Arbitrages dans la restauration des systèmes bioéconomiques en crise
in : Environmental Modeling and Assessment, (2010), vol. 15, n° 6. pp. 1420-2026.
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2009

De Lara, M.;Martinet, V.
Multi–criteria dynamic decision under uncertainty: a stochastic viability analysis and an application to sustainable fishery management
Décision dynamique multi–critère sous incertitude : une analyse par la viabilité stochastique et une application à la gestion durable des pêches
in : Mathematical Biosciences, (2009), vol. 217, n° 2. pp. 118–124.
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Martinet, V. ; Blanchard, F.
Fishery externalities and biodiversity: Trade–offs between the viability of shrimp trawling and the conservation of Frigatebirds in French Guiana
Externalités des pêcheries et biodiversité : Arbitrages entre la viabilité de la pêcherie crevettière et la conservation de la Frégate en Guyane Française
in : Ecological Economics, vol. 68, n° 12, 2009. pp 2960–2968
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Martinet, V. ; Rotillon, G.
Invariance in economic dynamics and the sustainable development issue
in: Economic dynamics: theory, games and empirical studies. Hurlington, C.W. (Ed.) - Nova Science Publishers: Hauppauge (USA), 2009. - pp.99-120

 

2008

Martinet, V.
The viability framework: a new way to address the sustainability issue
La viabilité : une approche nouvelle du développement durable
in : Progress in sustainable development research, Lopez, R. – Hauppauge : Nova Science Publishers, 2008. – pp. 143–167. ISBN : 1–6002–1847–4.

Martinet, V.; Rotillon, G.; Costes, F.
Lois de conservation économiques et développement durable
Economic Conservation laws and sustainable development
in : Annales d’Economie et de Statistique, 2008, n° 90. pp. 1–23.

 

2007

Martinet V.
A step beside the maximin path: Can we sustain the economy by following Hartwick’s investment rule?
Au voisinage du "sentier maximin" : peut–on rendre l’économie soutenable en appliquant la règle d’investissement d’Hartwick ?
in : Ecological Economics, 2007, vol. 64, n° 1. pp. 103–108
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Martinet V.; Doyen, L.
Sustainability of an economy with an exhaustible resource: a viable control approach
Durabilité d’une économie avec ressource épuisable : une approche par le contrôle viable
in : Resource and Energy Economics, 2007. vol. 29, n° 1. pp.19–37.
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Martinet V.; Rotillon, G.
Invariance in Growth theory and sustainable development
Invariance dans la théorie de la croissance et développement durable
in : Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2007. vol. 31, n° 8. pp. 2827–2846.
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Martinet V.; Thébaud, O.; Doyen, L.
Defining viable recovery paths toward sustainable fisheries
Définir des trajectoires de restauration viables vers des pêcheries durables
in : Ecological Economics, 2007, vol. 64, n° 2. pp. 411–422.
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