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2019 Seminar SMART-LERECO : Youenn LOHEAC

Seminar SMART-LERECO : Youenn LOHEAC

Youenn LOHEAC : 10th of December 2019
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Our appearances

Vincent Chatellier gave a lecture on last November the 20th in Rodez as part of the Centenary of the RAGT Seeds company.
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Our appearances

SMART-LERECO co-organizes a workshop on co-operatives and socio-economic changes on December the 18th, 2019 at ESSCA in Angers.
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A new PhD is starting

Fanny Le Gloux has started a PhD entitled "Theoretical and empirical comparison of dedicated and food chain included payments for environmental...
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PhD Defence

Youcef Mechouar will defend his PhD entitled "Location, Sustainability, Performance of Agrifood Activities" on November, 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm (Rennes...
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Our interventions

Vincent Chatellier visited the Éleveurs de Porcs du Québec profesionnal organization last November 7th.
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Edito

The Research Unit "SMART-LERECO" was officially created on January 2017 in the continuity of a scientific project that brought together, throughout the period 2011-2016, economists from the Unit SMART of Rennes and the Unit LERECO of Nantes. This Research Unit brings together some 60 people (including about 30 researchers and teachers-researchers) from INRA's SAE2 department (at the Rennes and Nantes sites) and Agrocampus-Ouest (Sites of Rennes and Angers).

The shared ambition of our collective is to create a research and teaching group in economy of agriculture, agri-food and environment, recognized internationally for the quality of its work not only academic but also in expertise. Our scientific project aims to give priority to four themes: the behavior of agricultural producers and public regulations; Markets, agriculture and development; Industrial strategies of agri-food enterprises in a globalized economy; Organization and performance of agricultural and food chains.