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Hervé Dakpo

Research engineer (post-doctoral position)

SMART INRA

Phone: +33 (0)2 23 48 53 94
k-herve.dakpo@inra.fr
 

Research Topics

  • Farm's technical efficiency and environmental efficiency 
  • Modelling the inclusion of bad outputs in production frontiers
  • Computation of farms’ greenhouse gas emissions with Life Cycle Assessment

Recent publications

  • Dakpo, K. H., Jeanneaux, P.and Latruffe, L. (2015).
    "Modelling pollution-generating technologies in performance benchmarking: Recent developments, limits and future prospects in the nonparametric framework".
    European Journal of Operational Research.
  • Choumert, J., Combes Motel, P.and Dakpo, H. K. (2013).
    "Is the Environmental Kuznets Curve for deforestation a threatened theory? A meta-analysis of the literature".
    Ecological Economics 90: 19-28.
  • Dakpo, K H., Laignel, G., Roulenc, M. and Benoit, M. 2013,
    "L’élevage biologique consomme-t-il moins d’énergie et émet-il moins de gaz à effet de serre que l’élevage conventionnel ? Analyse en production ovine allaitante".
    Innovations Agronomiques,32 :95-107.

Works in progress

  • Dakpo, H., Jeanneaux, P., Latruffe, L. (2015). “Empirical Comparison of Pollution Generating Technologies in Nonparametric Modelling: The Case of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in French Meat Sheep Farming”. Contributed paper presented in the ICAE conference, Milan, Italy, August 8-14.
  • Dakpo, H., Oude Lansink, A. (2015.) “Investments and Dynamic Eco-Efficiency under the By-Production of Undesirable Output: A Non-Parametric Framework”. Contributed paper presented in European Workshop of Efficiency and Productivity Analysis (EWEPA), Helsinki, Finland, June 15-18.
  • Dakpo, H. (2015). “On Modeling Pollution-Generating Technologies: A New Formulation of the By-Production Approach”. Contributed paper presented in the EAAE PhD Workshop, Rome, Italy, June 8-10.

See also

Hervé Dakpo's publications in ProdINRA

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