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Economics, Climate change, Food security, Environement, Natural resources, Public policies, Consumer behaviour, Inequality, Inra, Agriculture, Agri...

Public policies in the context of global changes

Climate change, Biodiversity and Food Sustainability

May 31st - June 1st, 2018 INRA-AgroParistech, Amphithéatre Coléou, 16 rue Claude Bernard 75005, Paris, France

Thursday 31 May 2018

8:30 am - 5:45 pm : Thursday, 31st of May

 

8:30 - 9:00: Participants welcome and registration

9:00 - 9:15: Welcome address Alban Thomas INRA & Thierry Doré AgroParisTech

 

9:15 - 12:45: Session 1 Trade, environment, and natural ressources

       Chairman Başak Bayramoğlu INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

 

BRIAN COPELAND  The University of British Columbia
“Trade, policy substitution, and international carbon tax agreement.”

SABRINA EISENBARTH Oxcarre, University of Oxford
“Do exports of renewable resource lead to resource depletion: Evidence from fisheries.”
Discussant: Başak Bayramoğlu INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

Coffee break

 
JEAN-MARC BOURGEON INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique
“Food trade, biodiversity effects, and price volatility.”
Discussant: Estelle Gozlan  INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

ASTRID DANNENBERG University Of Kassel
“Coercive trade agreements  for supplying global public goods.”
Discussant: Jean-François Jacques Université Paris-Est, Marne-la-Vallée, ERUDITE

 

12:45 - 14:15: Lunch - Espace Dubos

14:15 - 17:45: Session 2 Consumer behavior and information

                            Chairman Sylvaine Poret INRA-ALISS

 

JUTTA ROOSEN Technical University of Munich
“The influence of sex and self-control on the effectiveness of nudges to lower energy intake among young adults.”

SABRINA TEYSSIER INRA‐GAEL
“On the role of information on consumer choices for plant-based proteins.”
Discussant: Stephan Marette INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

Coffee break

 
DIOGO SOUZA MONTEIRO Newcastle University
“Changing consumer’s food shopping baskets using digital technologies.”
Discussant: Antoine Nebout INRA-ALISS

 

OLIVIER ALLAIS INRA‐ALISS
“Impact of analytic and synthetic front-of-pack graphical nutrition labels on the nutritional quality of supermarket food purchases: Evidence from a large-scale randomized field experiment in France.”
Discussant : Caroline Orset INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

Friday 01 June 2018

9:00 am - 6:00 pm : Friday, 1st of June

9:00 - 12:45: Session 3 Heterogeneity and inequality

                         Chairman France Caillavet INRA-ALISS

 

MICHELE VER PLOEG USDA, Washington
“Food Access, household resources, and food choices in the United States.”

 

GAYANEH KYUREGHIAN INRA‐ALISS
“Food access and healthfulness of purchases in France.”
Discussant: Hélène Charreire Université Paris-Est, Créteil

 
Coffee break

 
FRANCE CAILLAVET INRA‐ALISS
“Distributional effects of carbon taxes on food.”
Discussant: Vincent Marcus CGDD

 

MARC FLEURBAEY Princeton University
“Climate change and inequalities.”
Discussant: Vincent Martinet  INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

 

12:45 - 14:15: Lunch - Espace Dubos

 

 14:15 - 17:45: Session 4: Climate change and agriculture

 Chairman Stéphane De Cara INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

 

WOLFRAM SCHLENKER Columbia University
“Climate change, agricultural output and prices.”

 

RAJA CHAKIR INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique
“Impacts on land use of adaptation and mitigation of climate change in French agriculture.”
Discussant: Jean-Sauveur Ay INRA-CESAER

 
Coffee break

 
CHRISTOPHE GOUEL INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique
“The crucial rule of international trade in adaptation to climate change.”
Discussant: Damien Dussaux Ecole des Mines, Center of Industrial Economics

 

MARCO SPRINGMANN Future of Food, University of Oxford
“Climate change, agriculture and human health .”
Discussant: Louis-Georges Soler INRA-ALISS

 

17:45 - 18:00  Conclusion  Olivier Allais INRA-ALISS & Stéphane De Cara INRA AgroParisTech-Economie Publique

 

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