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Kamel Louhichi


Louhichi Kamel

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INRAE-Paris-Saclay Applied Economics
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Research fields

Agricultural economics and environment, public policies analysis, biofuels, agricultural sector modelling, bioeconomic modelling, mathematical programing.


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List of publications with abstracts, URL or full text generated by "Prodinra" (bibliographic database which lists the publications of INRA researchers)


Selected publications


Arribas, I.; Louhichi, K.; Perni, A.; Vila, J.; Gomez Y Paloma, S.
Modelling Risk in a Large Scale Positive Mathematical Programming Model
Modélisation du risque agricole dans un modèle de programmation mathématique positive à grande échelle
in : International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics, (2020), vol. 10, n° 1. pp. 2-32.
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Ciaian, P.; Espinosa, M.; Louhichi, K.; Perni, A.
Farm Level Impacts of Trade Liberalisation and CAP Removal Across EU: An Assessment using the IFM-CAP Model
Impacts au niveau de l'exploitation agricole de la libéralisation du commerce et de l'élimination de la PAC à travers l'UE: une évaluation utilisant le modèle IFM-CAP
in : The German Journal of Agricultural Economics, (2020), vol. 69, n° 2. pp. 108-126.

Espinosa, M.; Louhichi, K.; Perni, A.; Ciaian, P.
EU-Wide Impacts of the 2013 CAP Direct Payments Reform: A Farm-Level Analysis
in : Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, (2020), 42, n° 4. pp. 695-715.
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Gomez y Paloma, S.; Riesgo, L.; Louhichi, K.
The Role of Smallholder Farms in Food and Nutrition Security
Le rôle des petites exploitations agricoles dans la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle
Springer International Publishing : Cham, 2020. 251 p. Isbn : 978-3-030-42147-2
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Ricome, A.; Louhichi, K.; Gomez-Y-Paloma, S.
Impacts of agricultural produce cess (tax) reform options in Tanzania
Impacts des options de réforme des taxes sur les produits agricoles en Tanzanie
Publications Office of the European Union : Luxembourg, 2020. (JRC Science for Policy Report). 52 p. Isbn : 978-92-76-17432-5
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Espinosa Goded, M.; Louhichi, K.; Ciaian, P.; Perni, A.
EU-wide impacts of the 2013 CAP direct payments reform: a farm-level analysis
Impacts à l'échelle de l'UE des paiements directs de la réforme de la PAC de 2013: une analyse au niveau de la ferme
in : Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy,(2019).  pp. 1– 21.
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Louhichi, K.; Ciaian, P.; Espinosa Goded, M.; Perni, A.; Gomez Y Paloma, S.
Economic Impacts of CAP Greening: Application of an EU-wide Individual Farm Model for CAP Analysis
Impacts économiques du verdissement de la PAC: application d'un modèle d'offre agricole européen (IFM-CAP)
in : European Review of Agricultural Economics, (2018), vol. 45, n° 2. pp. 143–171.
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Louhichi, K.; Ciaian, P.; Espinosa Goded, M.; Colen, L.; Perni, A.; Gomez Y Paloma, S.
Does the crop diversification measure impact EU farmers’ decisions? An assessment using an Individual Farm Model for CAP Analysis (IFM-CAP)
La mesure de diversification des cultures a-t-elle une incidence sur les décisions des agriculteurs de l'UE? Une évaluation utilisant le modèle de ferme individuel agricole IFM-CAP
in : Land Use Policy, (2017), vol. 66. pp. 250–264.
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