Only one candidate list was submitted.
• Gilles Lafforgue (Toulouse Business School)
• Dorothée Charlier (Université Savoie Mont-Blanc, IREGE)
• Karine Constant (Université d’Orléans, LEO)
• Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu (Nantes Université, LEMNA)
• Natacha Raffin (ENS Paris-Saclay, CEPS)
• Francesco Ricci (Université de Montpellier, CEE-M)
• Hubert Stahn (Aix-Marseille Université, AMSE)
Candidacy declaration – Statement of faith
AERE, our French association of resource and environmental economists, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. We have many reasons to be proud of the work we’ve accomplished in such a short space of time: with around 200 members today, we can be proud of having achieved the association’s main objective, which was to bring together resource and environmental economists in France, and to encourage greater scientific exchanges, beyond those already existing in research units and various networks in France and abroad. Our association’s activities are now widely recognized, and have retained their dynamism despite the health crisis. First and foremost, our annual conferences, which bring together over a hundred participants each year, continue to be a resounding success. The 2023 conference, to be held in Montpellier, is already shaping up to be a major event, both in terms of the interest generated and the number of papers submitted and registrations received. Thematic days and doctoral workshops are also proving a great success. With our candidacy, we wish above all to encourage the originality and quality of our research, as well as the diversity of approaches and interdisciplinarity, while advocating the transparency and reproducibility of research results. We aspire to strengthen the interest of economists in the major environmental issues that preoccupy us today.
With our candidacy, we wish above all to encourage the originality and quality of our research, as well as the diversity of approaches and interdisciplinarity, while advocating the transparency and reproducibility of research results. We aspire to strengthen the interest of economists in the major environmental issues that preoccupy our society and whose importance we are constantly reminded of in the news. We encourage exchanges, discussions and collaborations between French scientists, striving to integrate laboratories in which environmental issues, while important, are not central. In addition, we are keen to strengthen our links with our foreignhomologues by working closely with the national associations that represent them, such as the Spanish-Portuguese Association of Environmental Economics (AERNA) or the Italian Association of Environmental Economics and Natural Resources (IAERE).
Finally, we attach great importance to supporting our doctoral students and young researchers in promoting their work, promoting their exchanges with other researchers and their mobility internationally, but also by helping them in their search for permanent positions in France or abroad. the foreigner. With this in mind, FAERE is committed to strengthening its role in promoting and disseminating research results and analyzes of economic policies within our community, but also among public and private decision-makers. We also aspire to boost the job market by facilitating contacts and connections. By presenting ourselves for your vote, our list wishes to join its efforts with those of other members of the Steering Committee to strengthen all the actions undertaken and increase the visibility of the economics of natural resources and the environment, as well as work and skills of our members, to civil society, the political sphere and institutions.
By putting ourselves forward for your vote, we wish to join our efforts to those of the other members of the Steering Committee in order to reinforce all the actions undertaken (specific FAERE colloquia, AFSE sessions, EAERE presence, doctoral students’ days, WP and policy papers, website which can become a pivotal tool for our action now that the technical difficulties have been solved, job market), and to increase the visibility of environmental economics and of the work of our members in civil society, in the political sphere and in institutions.