FAERE 2014 Annual Conference

1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

Administration FAERE / Saloua Boushina

INRA / UMR LAMETA, 2 place Viala, 34060 Montpellier Cedex 2.

bouhsins(at)supagro.inra.fr ou administration(at)faere.fr

1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

Agenda of the FAERE General assembly

of Thursday September 11, 2014 (4:30-6.00pm)
Maison des Etudiants Aimé Schoenig – Montpellier


1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

Submissions are closed.

Call for papers

1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

The deadline for registration will be July 31th, 2014. Registrations will not be accepted after this date. Paiement is compulsory for presenters to be included in the program.

Conference Participation Fee
– Non members: 110 euros
– FAERE members: 50 euros (the validity of the current memberships is extended until Décember 31th, 2014)
– Students (Phd Students excepted): free

Registration fees include coffee breaks, lunches and the gala dinner on September 11th.

Registration form

Montpellier, 11-12 September 2014
Conference program

Program summary

Thursday 11 September 2014

08:30 – 09:00 Registration, Maison des Etudiants Aimé Schoenig

09:00 – 9:30 Welcome Address – OPENING FAERE I, by
Alain Ayong Le Kama, President of the FAERE,
François Mirabel, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, University of Montpellier 1,
Jean-Michel Salles, Director of LAMETA

09:30 – 10:30 PLENARY SESSION 1, Maison des Etudiants Aimé Schoenig
Hervé le Treut, climatologist, Director of the Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace, member of the Académie des Sciences and the IPCC
Chair: Charles Figuières


10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break, Maison des Etudiants Aimé Schoenig


11:00 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS A1 – A8

11:00 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION A1 – Climate change 1

Chair: Matthieu Glachant, Room C014

P.-A. Jayet and A. Lungarska, Economie Publique, Grignon, France
Geographical labeling of agri-food products and its incidence on the cross-sectional approach to climate change impacts assessment

M. Moreaux et Cees Withagen, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas
A unified theory of carbon capture and adaptation policies for climate change

F. Cohen, M. Glachant and Magnus Söderberg, Mines ParisTech, Paris, France
Adaptation to climate change and US residential energy use – Does adaptation reduce greenhouse gas emissions?


11:00 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION A2 – Energy 1

Chair: Dorothée Charlier, Room C015

J. Madelenat, EconomiX, Paris, France
Towards using discrete choice experiment in modelling building retrofit

L.-G. Giraudet, Sébastien Houde, CIRED, Nogent-sur-Marne, France
Double moral hazard and the energy efficiency gap

D. Charlier, ArtDev, Montpellier, France
Energy efficiency investments in a context of split incentives. Evidence from French households


11:00 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION A3 – Environmental regulation 1

Chair: Philippe Mahenc, Room C016

J. Ing, CER-ETH, Zurich, Suisse
Commitment, asymmetric information and exhaustible resources

Y. Hiriart, Lionel Thomas, CRESE, Besançon, France
The optimal regulation of a risky monopoly

M. Chistyakova, Philippe Mahenc, LAMETA, France
The scent of avoidance: the impact of endogenous fiscal avoidance on environmental taxation


11:00-12:30 PARALLEL SESSION A4 – Forest 1

Chair: Raphaële Préget, Room C018

P. Delacote, E.J.Z. Robinson, S. Roussel, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
Deforestation, leakage and avoided deforestation policies: a spatial analysis

J. Wolfersberger, G. S. Amacher, P. Delacote, A. Dragicevic, LEF, Nancy, France
The dynamics of deforestation and reforestation in a developing economy

S. Andrade de Sà, P. Delacote, E. Kere, ETH, Zurich , Suisse
Spatial analysis of amazonian deforestation: complementarity or substitutability?


11:00 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION A5 – Growth & the environment 1

Chair: Lionel Ragot, Room C314

N. Raffin, T. Seegmuller, GREQAM, Marseille, France
The Cost of Pollution on Longevity, Welfareand Economic Stability

C. Cantuarias-Villessuzanne, GEOLAB, Limoges, France
Durabilité de l’activité minière péruvienne : une approche hotellienne

Lucas Bretschger, C. Karydas, CER-ETH, Zurich, Suisse
Optimum growth and carbon policies with lags in the climate system


11:00 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION A6 – Coastal & marine resources

Chair: Harold Levrel, Room C315

A.A. Cissé, L. Doyen, F. Blanchard, C. Béné, J.C. Péreau, IFREMER, Cayenne, France (Guyane)
Ecoviability for small-scale fisheries in the context of food security constraints

J.-C. Martin, R. Mongruel, H. Levrel, AMURE, Brest, France
Building an ecosystem-based activity accounting framework. An illustration for marine and coastal ecosystems

H. Levrel, C. Jacob, D. Bailly, M. Charles, O. Guyader, S. Aoubid, A. Bas, A. Cujus, M. Frésard, S. Girard, J. Hay, Y. Laurans, J. Paillet, J. Pérez, R. Mongruel, AMURE, Brest, France
The maintenance cost of marine natural capital: a case study from the initial assessment of the marine strategy framework directive in France


11:00 – 12.30 PARALLEL SESSION A7 – Biodiversity

Chair: Pierre Courtois, Room C316

M. Desquilbet, B. Dorin, D. Couvet, GREQAM-TSE, Toulouse, France
Land sharing vs. land sparing for biodiversity: how agricultural markets make the difference

N. Quérou, A. Tomini, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
Ecosystem considerations in a second-best world

R. Chakir, M. David, E. Gozlan, A. Sangare
A Choice Experiment Assessment of the Impacts of an Invasive, Biological Control Agent: the case of the Asian ladybird in France


11:00-12:30 PARALLEL SESSION A8 – Behavioral issues 1

Chair: Lisette Ibanez, Room C315

A. Reynaud, C. Aubert, GREThA, Bordeaux, France
Do Natural Disasters Modify Risk Preferences? Evidence From a Field Experiment in Vietnam

L. Ibanez, N. Moureau, S. Roussel, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
The power of emotions: reinforcing intrinsic motivation to give


12:30 – 13:30 Lunch Hall


14:00-16:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS B1 – B7


14:00-16:00 PARALLEL SESSION B1 – Energy 2

Chair: Jean-Christophe Poudou, Room C014

C. Nicolas, V. Saint-Antonin, S. Tchung-Ming, IFP Energies nouvelles, Rueil-Malmaison, France
(How) does sectoral detail affect the robustness of policy insights from energy system models? The refining sector’s example

Y. Perez, M. Petit, W. Kempton, Supélec, Paris, France
Public policy strategies for electric vehicles and for vehicle to grid power

F. Fizaine, V. Court, EconomiX, Nanterre, France
Energy transition towards renewables and metal depletion: an approach through the EROI concept

E. Baranes, J. Jacqmin, J.C. Poudou, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
Renewable and non-renewable intermittent energy sources : friends or foes?


14:00-16:00 PARALLEL SESSION B2 – Consumption

Chair: Adelaïde Fadhuile-Crépy, Room C015

M. S. Hervieux, O. Darné, LEMNA, Nantes, France
Production and consumption-based approaches for the environmental Kuznets curve in Latin America using ecological footprint

D. Brécard, LEAD, Toulon, France
Consumer misperception of eco-labels, green market structure and welfare

A. Fadhuile, V. Nichèle, ALISS, Ivry-sur-Seine, France
Taxing animal products for sustainability : environmental, nutritutional and social perspectives in France

F. Caillavet, N. Darmon, A. Fadhuile, V. Nichèle, ALISS, Ivry-sur-Seine, France
Greenhouse gas emissions of households food purchasses in France : does income matter?


14:00-16:00 PARALLEL SESSION B3 – Public choice

Chair: Guillaume Checkbossian, Room C016

R. Boucekkine, F. Prieur, K. Puzon, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
On the timing of political regimes changes in Arab countries

P. Fauvet, S. Rouillon, GREThA, Bordeaux, France
Using a Tullock contest to approve/ban a new product/technology under asymmetric information

Max Meulemann, CER-ETH, , Zurich, Suisse
Which way to go to international climate negotiations? An analysis of different policies

A. Deymier, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
The politics of attention: competition between social problems


14:00-16:00 PARALLEL SESSION B4 – Valuation

Chair: Serge Garcia, Room C018

C. Kermagoret, H. Levrel, A. Carlier, AMURE, Brest, France
Acceptation et préférences des acteurs de territoire pour la compensation socio-environnementale dans un contexte de développement économique : application au projet de parc éolien en mer de la baie de Saint-Brieuc

R. Crastes, O. Beaumais, P. A. Mahieu, P. Martinez-Camblor, R. Scarpa, ESITPA Unité Agri’Terr et Université de Rouen, Rouen, France et Lisa, Corte, France
External validity of WTP estimates : comparing preference and WTP-space model results

L. Voltaire, C. Pirrone, A. Larzillière, M. Guingot, ULCO, Dunkerque, France
Does the order of amounts on the contingent payment card format matter?

S.A.A. Traoré, J.M. Salles, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
Urban park’s ecological and recreational aspects in developing country: evaluating the Bãngr-Weoogo park in Ouagadougou


14:00-16:00 PARALLEL SESSION B5 – Biodiversity 2

Chair: Jean-Michel Salles, Room C314

E. Hily, S. Garcia, A. Stenger, LEF, Nancy, France
Assessing the efficiency of payments for biodiversity conservation: a bio-economic analysis of Natura 2000 contracts in forest

L. Roy, EQUIPPE, Lille, France
On the relevance for public decision makers of traditional monetary valuations applied to biodiversity

A. Bartczak, M. Krawczyk, A. Stenger, WEEC, Varsovie, Pologne
Ecosystem services on forested lands: an experiment on the role of auction format and communication

J. De Beir, C. Emond, Y. L’Horty, L. Tuffery, EPEE & TEPP-CNRS, Evry-Val-d’Essonne, France
Emplois et protection de la biodiversité : quels outils de politiques publiques ?


14:00 – 16:00 PARALLEL SESSION B6 – Water

Chair: Raphael Soubeyran, Room C315

J. de Frutos Cachorro, K. Erdlenbruch, M. Tidball, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
A dynamic model of irrigation and land-use choice: an application of the Beauce aquifer in France

J.-C. Péreau, Remy Delille, GREThA, Bordeaux, France
The river bargaining problem

R. Soubeyran, Mabel Tidball, Agnès Tomini, Katrin Erdlenbruch, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
Rainwater harvesting and groundwater conservation: when endogenous heterogeneity matters


14:00-16:00 PARALLEL SESSION B7 – Pollution 1

Chair: Yolande Hiriart, Room C316

E. Lavaine, CES, Paris, France
The capacity of hedonic pricing analysis to reflect the economic benefits of air quality

M.E. Faubert, B. Sinclair-Desgagné, E. Turkina, HEC Montréal, Montréal, Canada
Command-and-control policy implementation: an empirical study of road-noise barriers deployment

C. Régnier, S. Legras, CESAER, Dijon, France
Urban structure and environmental externalities

P. Bentata, Y. Hiriart, CRED, Paris, France
Biaised judges: evidence from French environmental cases


16:00 – 16:30 Coffee break Hall


16:30 – 18.00 General assembly of the FAERE


20:00 – 22:00 CONFERENCE SOCIAL DINNER, Restaurant l’Insensé



Friday 12 September 2014

08:30 – 9:00 Welcoming and registration, Hall


09:00 – 10:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS C1 – C8


09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C1 – Climate change 2

Chair: Gilles Lafforgue, Room C014

P. Dato, A. Pommeret, IREGE, Annecy, France
Energy transition under the possibility of a stochastic catastrophe: a two-sector approach

L.G. Giraudet, C. Guivarch, CIRED, Nogent-sur-Marne, France
Strategic and intertemporal feedbacks in climate change mitigation vs. adaptation: The case of space heating and cooling

J.P. Amigues, G. Lafforgue, M. Moreau, TBS, Toulouse, France
Optimal timing of CCS policies under decreasing returns to scale


09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C2 – Energy 3

Chair: Philippe Quirion, Room C015

D. Charlier, M. Podesta, IREGE, Annecy, France
The role of social value in the investment decision in cleaner technology

O. Lecuyer, A. Vogt-Schilb, Dept of Economics and Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research, University of Bern, Bern, Suisse
Assessing and ordering investment in polluting fossil-fueled and zero-carbon capital

R. Marschinski, P. Quirion, CIRED, Nogent-sur-Marne, France
Tradable renewable quota vs. feed-in tariff vs. feed-in premium under uncertainty


09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C3 – Pollution 2

Chair: Hubert Stahn, Room C016

J. Daubanes, A. Grimaud, L. Rougé, TBS, Toulouse, France
Green paradox and directed technical change: the effect of subsidies to clean R&D

D. Sans, S. Schwartz, H. Stahn, CERDI, Clermont-Ferrand, France
What about polluting eco-industry?


09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C4 – Property rights

Chair: Nicolas Quérou, Room C018

K. Borissov, T. Bréchet, S. Lambrecht, M. Pakhnin, EQUIPPE, Lille, France
Natural resources:Should property be public or private?

M.-H. Nguyen, TSE, Toulouse, France
Optimal endogenous growth with natural resources

C. Costello, N. Quérou, A. Tomini, LAMETA, France
Spatial concessions with limited tenure


09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C5 – Agriculture & the environment

Chair: Sophie Thoyer, Room C314

A. Fournier, EconomiX, Nanterre, France
Conventional vs. alternative farming: assessing the sustainability of a regional food supply pattern

A. Lungarska, P.A. Jayet, Economie Publique, Grignon, France
Nitrate pollution and differentiation of input-based tax applied to France

N. Fauvet, J.C. Péreau, GREThA, Bordeaux, France
Nutrient allowances market and wetland abatement


09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C6 – Spatial issues

Chair: Julie Subervie, Room C315

H.P.P. Donfouet, P.W. Jeanty, E. Malin, CREM, Rennes, France
A spatial dynamic panel analysis of the environmental Kuznets curve in european countries

V. Boulanger, M. Bruciamacchie, S. Chauchard, A. Dragicevic, J.L. Dupouey, A. Stenger, LEF, Nancy, France
Spatial dynamics of green corridors

P. Delacote, S. Garcia, A. Dragicevic, , LEF, Nancy, France
Principal-agent relationship in resource management, multiple principals and spatial dynamics

09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C7 – Environment and development

Chair: Marie-Hélène Hubert, Room C316

P. Delacote, S. Garcia, J. Wolfersberger, LEF, Nancy, France
An empirical analysis of the cumulative nature of deforestation

A. Dechezleprêtre, J. Colmet, C. Gennaioli, M. Glachant, A. Schröder, MINES ParisTech, Paris, France
Assessing the additionality of the clean development mechanism: quasi-experimental evidence from India

I. Cadoret, M.H. Hubert, V. Thelen, CREM, Rennes, France
Civil conflicts and food price spikes


09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSION C8 – Behavioral issues 2

Chair: Marc Willinger, Room C318

P. Le Coent, R. Préget, S. Thoyer, LAMETA, Montpellier, France
Why pay for nothing? An experiment on a conditional subsidy scheme in a threshold public good game

N. Jacquemet, A.G. James, S. Luchini, J.F. Shogren, GREQAM, Marseille, France
Referenda under Oath

C. Richert, F. Boschetti, I. Walker, J. Price, N. Grigg, IRSTEA, Montpellier, France
‘Running” climate change metal models revelas poor convergence between worldviews, policy preferences and expected consequences


10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break Hall


11:00 – 12:30 PLENARY SESSION 2, Maison des Etudiants Aimé Schoenig
Pr Jason Shogren, economist, University of Wyoming, “Do the Behavioral Underpinnings of Environmental Policy Matter?”


12:30 – 14:15 Lunch, Hall


14:15 – 15:45 Round-table “Great challenges of environmental economics: past, present and future” with honorary guests of FAERE:
Roger Guesnerie,
Michel Moreaux,
Claude Henry,
Marcel Boyer,
Gilles Rotillon.
Moderator: François Salanié.

Minutes and reactions by Nicolas Treich.


15:45 – 16:15 Coffee break Hall


16:15 – 17:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS D1 – D5


16:15-17:45 PARALLEL SESSION D1 – Equity and environment

Chair: Charles Figuières, Room C014

M. Dupoux, V. Martinet, EconomiX, Nanterre, France
Context-dependent susbstitutability : impacts on environmental preferences and discounting

M. Adler, N. Treich, TSE, Toulouse, France
Consumption, risk and prioritarianism


16:15-17:45 PARALLEL SESSION D2 – International issues

Chair: Francesco Ricci, Room C015

C. Bellora, J.M. Bourgeon, THEMA, Cergy-Pontoise, France
Agricultural trade, biodiversity effects and food price volatility

D. Dussaux, M. Glachant, CERNA, Paris, France
Importing foreign metallic raw materials or recovering scrap metal at home?


16:15-17:45 PARALLEL SESSION D3 – Forest 2

Chair: Mireille Chiroleu Assouline, Room C016

M. Brunette, S. Couture, LEF, Nancy, France
Risk management activities of a non-industrial private forest owner with a bivariate utility function

M. Chiroleu-Assouline, J.C. Poudou, S. Roussel, CES, Paris, France
REDD+ as a tool for climate change mitigation and biodiversity conservation : co-benefits and trade-offs under moral hazard


16:15-17:45 PARALLEL SESSION D4 – Growth and environment

Chair: Fabien Prieur, Room C018

K. Constant, M. Davin, AMSE, Marseille, France
Environmental policy and growth in a model with endogenous environmental awareness

L. Rougé, TBS, Toulouse, France
Environmental policy and the long run management of a growing stock of waste

S. Bosi, D. Desmarchelier, L. Ragot, EconomiX, Nanterre, France
Pollution effects on labor supply and growth


16:15-17:45 PARALLEL SESSION D5 – Environmental regulation 2

Chair: François Salanié, Room C314

L. Anouliès, RITM, Paris, France
Heterogeneous firms in a cap-and-trade program

S. Andrade de Sà, J. Daubanes, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Suisse
Limit-pricing and the (un)effectiveness of the carbon tax

J.-P. Nicolaï, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Suisse
The “windfall profits 2.0” during the third phase of EU-ETS


1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

Program Chairs:

  • Charles Figuières
  • François Salanié

Program Committee:

  • Jean-Michel Salles, responsable pour SupAgro – INRA
  • Philippe Mahenc, responsable pour Richter
  • Dorothée Charlier
  • Guillaume Cheikbossian
  • Pierre Courtois
  • Lisette Ibanez
  • Philippe Le Coënt
  • Brice Magdalou
  • Raphaële Préget
  • Nicolas Quérou
  • Hélène Rey-Valette
  • Francesco Ricci
  • Raphaël Soubeyran
  • Sophie Thoyer
  • Mabel Tidball

1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

UFR d’Economie
Site Richter, Avenue Raymond Dugrand, CS 79606
34960 MONTPELLIER, Cedex 2



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1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

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Tél. : 04 67 52 90 90 – Fax : 04 67 60 67 67
Rooms: 83 – 143 €
Rebate for Inra people: 8 %
Breakfast: 12 €/ pers
Hotel in a very quiet street, in the center of Montpellier


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Hotel in a central position, near the railway station, the buses and the place de la Comédie


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Hotel in a central position, near the railway station, the buses and the place de la Comédie


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Hotel in a central position, near the railway station, the buses and the place de la Comédie


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The nearest hotel from Inra – Agro de Montpellier but not from the conference venue.
Quiet and in a walking distance from the center.


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Tél : 04 67 58 43 64 – Fax : 04 67 58 58 43
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Quiet hotel in the old streets of Montpellier.

1st FAERE Annual Conference – September 11-12, 2014 – Montpellier

Administration FAERE / Saloua Boushina

INRA / UMR LAMETA, 2 place Viala, 34060 Montpellier Cedex 2.

bouhsins(at)supagro.inra.fr ou administration(at)faere.fr

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