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Economie Publique

UMR Economie Publique

Caroline Orset


Associate Professor


Paris-Saclay Applied Economics
UMR INRAE-AgroParisTech 
Université Paris-Saclay
16, rue Claude Bernard
75231 Paris Cedex 05


Office: 3rd floor, Claude Bernard side


Tel : +33 (0)1 44 08 72 74
Fax : +33 (0)1 44 08 16 63

Research fields

Microeconomics, decision theory, game Theory.
Economics of risk, uncertainty, information and insurance.
Health and environmental economics.



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de Gavelle, E., Leroy, P., Perrimon, M., Huneau, J-F, Sirot, V., Orset, C., Fouillet, H., Soler, L-G, Marrioti, F.
Modelled gradual changes in protein intake to increase nutrient adequacy lead to greater sustainability when systematically targeting an increase in the share of plant protein
in : Climatic change, (2020).

Bramoullé, Y. Orset, C.
Manufacturing Doubt: How Firms Exploit Scientific Uncertainty to Shape Regulation
in : A Research Agenda for Environmental Economics, Matthias Ruth. - Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2020. pp. 215-230.
More information

Orset, C.
How travellers are responding to environmental policies for reducing air pollution?
in : Ecological Economics, (2019), vol. 156. pp. 68-82

Orset, C.
Santé, environnement, risque et incertitude : analyse des comportements individuels et des investissements des entreprises
Habilitation à diriger la recherche, Université Paris Nanterre, 2018.

Orset, C.
Apport de l’économie du risque dans la gestion des risques
in : Risques chimiques liés aux aliments : Principes et applications,  CAMEL Valérie, RIVIÈRE Gilles, LE BIZEC Bruno (coords.)
Paris : Tec & Doc Lavoisier, 2018. 560 pages. Chapitre 9

Bramoullé, Y.; Orset, C.
Manufacturing Doubt
in : Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, (2018), vol. 90. pp. 119-133.

Orset, C.
People's perception and cost effectiveness of home confinement during an influenza pandemic: evidence from the French case
in : The European Journal of Health Economics, (2018). 16 p.

Tevenart, C. ; Brunette, M. ; Orset, C.
Freins à l'adoption de mesures d'atténuation des gaz à effet de serre dans l'agriculture. Quels rôles pour l’aversion au risque et l’aversion à l’ambiguïté ?
Paris : Climate Economics Chair, 2017. (Informations et débats, n° 51). 22 p.

Orset, C.;Barret, N.;Lemaire, A.
How consumers of plastic water bottles are responding to environmental policies?
in : Waste Management, (2017), vol. 61. pp.13-27.