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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications

Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière

IUFRO 2017

In parallel with the IUFRO 125th anniversary congress in Freiburg (Germany), the LEF organized a workshop on the 18th September.

Topics: "Forest Economics: Economics of Forest Ecosystem Services and Forest Sector Economic Modeling".
 
Speakers from New Zealand, Germany, Finland and Austria joined local speakers to present their work on:

  1.  The supply and demand of ecosystem services of forests, behavior of forest owners: Thomas Knoke, Richard T. Yao, Pablo Andres-Domenech and Jens Abildtrup;
  2. Forest sector modeling: Maarit Kallio, Nicklas Forsell, Sylvain Leduc, Sylvain Caurla and Antonello Lobianco.

These researchers renowned in their field outlined the efforts made to better integrate spatio-temporal dynamics, not only in the design of public policies but also in prospective analyzes and tools for decision-making by forest owners. Recent advances thus make it possible to consider the factors of uncertainty and the potential for adaptation in management options and production choices, and to take into account the interactions between the forest-wood chain and the other sectors.

IUFRO2017

We thank the Labex ARBRE AgroParisTech and INRA Grand Est-Nancy for their financial support.