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Sterenn Lucas

Agrocampus-Ouest, SMART-LERECO (RENNES)


Phone: + 33 (0)2 23 48 54 19

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Reasearch Topics

  • Consumer behaviors
  • Microeconomics
  • Environmental economics

Selected recent publications

  • Lucas S., Gouin S. and Lesueur M. (2019)
    "Seaweed consumption and label preferences in France"
    Marine Resource Economics 34(2).
  • Lucas S., Salladarré F. et Brécard D. (2018)
    “Green Consumption and Peer effect: Does it work for seafood products?”
    Food Policy 76, 44-55.
  • Salladarré F., Brécard D., Lucas S., Olivier P. (2016)
    "Are consumers ready to pay a premium for eco-labeled seafood products? A contingent valuation estimation with heterogeneous anchoring”,
    Agricultural Economics 47 (2) 247-258.
  • Brécard D., Lucas S., Salladarré F, and Pichot N. (2012).
    "Consumer Preferences for Eco, Health and Fair Trade Labels. An Application to Seafood Product in France".
    Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization 10(1)
  • Brécard D., Hlaimi B., Lucas S., Perraudeau Y. and Salladarré F. (2009).
    "Determinants of demand for green products: An application to eco-label demand for fish in Europe. "
    Ecological Economics 69 : 115-125.

Work in progress

  • IDEALG project (2010-2020): To develop the seaweed sector on the French territory, the IDEALG research project is carried out by the European University of Brittany (UEB) and coordinated by the Roscoff Marine Station (SBR). Construction and realization of a survey on the behavior and expectation of consumers in regard of edible seaweed.
  • PRIMEFISH (2015-2019) Horizon 2020 EU project on the economic sustainability and competitiveness of European fisheries and aquaculture sectors, Project Coordination: Matís Ltd.
  • BALANCE (2019-2021): Norwegian Aquaculture – in the span between domestic social responsibility and international market demands, financed by Norvegian Research Council
  • SILAC (2018-2020): Project on silurid fishes in Savoy, financed by the Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.
  • LAMPECO (2018-2020): Project on the Lamprey sector in Loire-Atlantique Département (FR), financed by the SMIDAP.
  • LIFT (2018-2022) Horizon 2020 EU project on « Low-Input Farming and Territories – Integrating knowledge for improving ecosystem-based farming », Project Coordination: INRA.

See also

Sterenn Lucas's publications in ProdINRA

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