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Economie Publique

UMR Economie Publique

Seminars 2009

December 3thrd, 2009
How costly are abatements of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture? A meta–analysis
Bruno Vermont, co-author Stéphane De Cara

and

ASMMA – Agricultural Supply Model for Microeconomic Policy Analysis: First application to assess the impact of the CAP Health Check on the French Arable Sector
Kamel Louhichi, co-author Loïc Guindé
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November 23th, 2009
Trade, redistribution, and the environment
Estelle Gozlan, co-author Philippe Bontems, Toulouse School of Economics, INRA

and

Fuelwood consumption, restrictions about resource availability and public policies: impacts on the French forest sector
Sylvain Caurla, co_authors Philippe Delacote (LEF), Franck Lecocq (LEF), Ahmed Barkaoui (LEF)

October 1st, 2009
Modelling acreage decisions within the multinomial Logit framework
Elodie Letort, Inra Rennes

and

Allocation of input uses to activities with correlated random coefficient models: an agricultural production example
Alain Carpentier, Inra Rennes

September 28th, 2009
Theory and Measurement of Indirect Land Use from Biofuels
Bruce Babcock, Iowa State University

June 22th, 2009
U.S. Consumers’ Willingness to Pay to Reduce the Probability of Retail Foodborne Pathogen Contamination
Mario Teisl, University of Maine (co–auteur Brian Roe)

May 28th, 2009
Capaciaty decisions with demand fluctuations and carbon leakage
Guy Meunier,CIRED & Ecole Polytechnique (co-author J–P. Ponssard)

Public, Private and Non–profit regulation for environmental quality
Lucie Bottega, Montpellier SupAgro (co-author Jenny de Freitas)

Management strategies in a multi–pollutants setting
Sophie Legras, INRA LERNA (co–author G. Zaccour)

April 29th, 2009
Dam dimensioning under future climate uncertainty
Patrice Dumas, CIRED

April 8th, 2009
Serge Garcia, INRA–LEF, Nancy

March 23th 2009
Irreversible investment and information acquisition under uncertainty
Caroline Orset, AgroParisTech

February 13th, 2009
The Dynamics of Land Use in Brazilian Amazon
Franck Nadaud,CIRED, co–aauthor M. Mendoça (IPEA)

January 30th, 2009
The Distributional Impact of Dams: Evidence from Cropland Productivity in Africa
Eric Strobl, Ecole Polytechnique

January 9th, 2009
Life expectancy and the environment
Agustin Pérez–Barahona,Paris 1 et Ecole Polytechnique (co–authors Fabio Mariani, PSE, Paris 1 and IZA, and Natacha Raffin, PSE andParis 1)