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Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications

Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière

Philippe Delacote



Research Interests

  • Environmental and Resource Economics
  • Development Economics
  • Applied Microeconomics
  • Deforestation
  • Economics of citizen consumption
  • French Forest Sector Model

Journal Articles

 Book & Chapters

Working Papers

Newspaper articles


 PhD Thesis

Author Webpages


  • Forest economics (AgroParisTech)
  • Environmental Economics (UPEC)
  • Microeconomics (Université de Lorraine)
  • Economic Analysis of Deforestation (Université d'Auvergne)

Climate Economics Chair- Agriculture and Forests

  • Benjamin Dequiedt - Assessing the costs of climate change mitigation in the French agriculture (2012-2016)
  • Richard Koenig - L’assurance récolte comme outil d’adaptation et d’atténuation dans un contexte de changement climatique (2019- présent)
  • Nicolas Legrand - Les causes de la volatilité du prix des matières premières agricoles et conséquences sur les politiques relatives à la sécurité alimentaire (2012- 2016)
  • Etienne Lorang - Économie circulaire, recyclage et émissions de CO2 (2018- présent)
  • Maxime Ollier - Effets du changement climatique sur les inégalités de revenus des agriculteurs (2018- présent)
  • Camille Tévenart - Freins à l’adoption de mesures d’atténuation des émissions de GES dans le secteur agricole français : rôle de l’incertitude, de l’information et des attitudes face au risque (2016 - 2019)
  • Gabrila Simonet - La gestion des forêts tropicales comme levier d’atténuation du changement climatique : l’éxpérience des ‘projets REDD+ (2012- 2016)
  • Wen Wang - Intégrer l’agriculture dans les politiques d’atténuation chinoises  (2011- 2015)
  • Julien Wolfersberger - The economics of forest transitions in developing countries (2011-2015)

PhD students

  • Thomas Beaussier - Analyse territoriale et évaluation des impacts environnementaux et économiques affectant la filière bois (SJPEG, Universit é de Lorraine, 2016- present)
  • Florian Clayes - Amélioration de la durabilité et de la rentabilité de l'exploitation forestière tropicale par des instruments incitatifs, tels que REDD+ et les paiements pour services environnementaux (ABIES, AgroParisTech, 2013- 2018)
  • Benjamin Dequiedt - Assessing the costs of climate change mitigation in the French agriculture (ABIES? AgroParisTech, 2012-2016)
  • Derya Keles - Political Economy of Protected Areas (SJPEG, Université de Lorraine, 2015- présent)
  • Etienne Lorang - Économie circulaire, recyclage et émissions de CO2 (SJPEG, Université de Lorraine, 2018- présent)
  • Solène Masson - Three essays in environmental and development economics (AMSE, Université Aix Marseille, 2015- présent)
  • Jonas NGouhouo Poufoun- Analyse socio économique et écologique des affectations des terres forestières dans le complexe transfrontalier TRIDOM- Bassin du Congo (SJPEG,  Université de Lorraine, 2012- 2016)
  • Miguel Rivière - Concilier production de bois et services écosystémiques en forêt (ABIES, AgroParisTech, 2017- present)
  • Paul Rougieux - Economics of forest sectors (SJPEG, Université de Lorraine, 2012- 2017)
  • Julien Wolfersberger - The economics of forest transitions in developing countries (ABIES, AgroParisTech, 2011-2015)

Co-authors Webpages