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Academic articles 2006

  • Behrens, K., et Gaigné, C. (2006).
    "Density (dis)economies in transportation: revisiting the core-periphery model."
    Economics Bulletin, 18: 5, pp. 1-7.
  • Behrens, K., Gaigné, C., Ottaviano, G. I. P., and Thisse, J. F. (2006).
    "How density economies in international transportation link the internal geography of trading partners."
    Journal of Urban Economics, 60: 2, pp. 248-63.
  • Behrens, K., Gaigné, C., Ottaviano, G. I. P., and Thisse, J. F. (2006).
    "Is remoteness a locational disadvantage?"
    Journal of Economic Geography, 6: 3, pp. 347-68.
  • Benjamin, C., and Kimhi, A. (2006).
    "Farm work, off-farm work, and hired farm labour: estimating a discrete-choice model of French farm couples' labour decisions."
    European Review of Agricultural Economics, 33: 2, pp. 149-71.
  • Benjamin, C., Le Roux, Y., and Phimister, E. (2006).
    "Direct payments versus interest rate subsidies to new farmers: a simulation analysis of alternative farm set-up policies in France."
    Land Use Policy, 23: 3, pp. 311-22.
  • Berriet-Solliec, M., Gaigné, C., Lecat, G., and Piguet, V. (2006).
    "Différenciation spatiale des dépenses communales en matière d'équipements publics."
    Economie Publique, 18-19: 1-2, pp. 209-37.
  • Beuret, J. E. (2006).
    "Dialogue et Concertation dans les réserves de biosphère : problématiques et enjeux."
    Réserves de Biosphère Notes Techniques: 1, pp. 8-21.
  • Beuret, J. E., Pennanguer, S., and Tartarin, F. (2006).
    "D'une scène à l'autre, la concertation comme intinéraire."
    Natures Sciences Sociétés, 14: 1, pp. 30-42.
  • Bonnieux, F., Carpentier, A., and Paoli, J. C. (2006).
    "Priorités des résidents et des visiteurs pour la protection et l'aménagement de la forêt en Corse : exemple de la forêt de Bonifatu."
    Revue Forestière Française, 58: 2, pp. 167-80.
  • Bradford, S., and Gohin, A. (2006).
    "Modeling distribution services and assessing their welfare effects in a general equilibrium framework."
    Review of Development Economics, 10: 1, pp. 87-102.
  • Carpentier, A., Nauges, C., Reynaud, A., and Thomas, A. (2006).
    "Effets de la délégation sur le prix de l'eau potable en France. Une analyse à partir de la littérature sur les "effets de traitement".
    Economie et Prévision: 174, pp. 1-19.
  • Charlot, S., Gaigné, C., Robert-Nicoud, F., and Thisse, J. F. (2006).
    "Agglomeration and welfare: the core-periphery model in the light of Bentham, Kaldor, and Rawls."
    Journal of Public Economics, 90: 1-2, pp. 325-47.
  • Douarin, E., and Latruffe, L. (2006).
    "Impact of the CAP Single Farm / Area payments on farmers' decisions: Preliminary results of a farmlevel survey."
    Zemes Ukio Mokslai: 1, pp. 28-34.
  •  Gaigné, C. (2006).
    "#The #genome' of NEG models with vertical linkages#: a comment on the welfare analysis."
    Journal of Economic Geography, 6: 2, pp. 141-49.
  • Gaigné, C., and Thisse, J. F. (2006).
    "Mondialisation, concurrence et métroples."
    Revue d'Economie Financière: 86, pp. 47-64.
  • Gohin, A. (2006).
    "Assessing CAP reform: sensitivity of modelling decoupled policies."
    Journal of Agricultural Economics, 57: 3, pp. 415-40.
  • Gohin, A. (2006).
    "A path independent decomposition of the equivalent variation."
    Economics Bulletin, 4: 6, pp. 1-8.
  • Gohin, A., and Bureau, J. C. (2006).
    "Modelling the EU sugar supply to assess sectoral policy reforms."
    European Review of Agricultural Economics, 33: 2, pp. 223-47.
  • Gohin, A., Guyomard, H., and Le Mouel, C. (2006).
    "Tariff protection elimination and Common Agricultural Policy reform: implications of changes in methods of import demand modelling."
    Applied Economics, 38: 13, pp. 1527-39.
  • Gohin, A., and Latruffe, L. (2006).
    "The Luxembourg Common Agricultural Policy reform and the European food industries: what's at stake?"
    Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 54: 1, pp. 175-94.
  • Gohin, A., and Levert, F. (2006).
    "Comparer les politiques agricoles américaines et européennes : les indicateurs ESP sont-ils bien utiles?"
    Economie Rurale: 294-295, pp. 92-106.
  • Gohin, A., and Moschini, G. (2006).
    "Evaluating the market and welfare impacts of agricultural policies in developed countries: comparison of partial and general equilibrium measures."
    Review of Agricultural Economics, 28: 2, pp. 195-211.
  • Gouin, S., Charles, E., and Boude, J. P. (2006).
    "Marketing stratégique et opérationnel des enseignes en relation avec leurs stratégies d'approvisionnement: Le cas des produits de la mer."
    Economies et Sociétés, 40: 5, pp. 717-32.
  • Petrick, M., and Latruffe, L. (2006).
    "Contractual relations in agricultural credit markets: a hedonic pricing approach with application to Poland."
    Journal of Agricultural Economics, 57: 1, pp. 49-63.
  • Phélippé-Guinvarc'h, M., and Cordier, J. (2006).
    "A private management strategy for the crop yield insurer: a theoretical approach and tests."
    Insurance. Mathematics and Economics, 39: 1, pp. 35-46.
  • Vlad, M., Thiel, D., and Hovelaque, V. (2006).
    "Problématiques de coopération dans la mise en oeuvre de l'ECR."
    Economies et Sociétés, 40: 5, pp. 649-68.