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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Economie Publique

UMR Economie Publique

Maia David

Maia David

Maia David
Professor

maia.david@agroparistech.fr

Paris-Saclay Applied Economics
AgroParisTech - INRAE - Campus Agro Paris-Saclay
22 place de l’Agronomie
91120 Palaiseau

France

Research fields

Non-market valuation; Discrete choice experiments
Environmental economics; Industrial organization
Biodiversity conservation; Agri-environmental policies

Curriculum vitae

 

Publications

List of publications with abstracts, URL or full text generated by "Hal-Inrae" (bibliographic database which lists the publications of INRAE researchers)

 

Selected publications

2022

Beaudet, C.; Tardieu, L.; David, M.
Are citizens willing to accept changes in public lighting for biodiversity conservation?
To be published in: Ecological Economics, (2022).

Bjørnåvold, A.; David, M.; Bohan, D.A.; Gibert, C.; Rousselle, J.M.; Van Passel, S.
Why does France not meet its pesticide reduction targets? Farmers' socio-economic trade-offs when adopting agroecological practices
in : Ecological Economics, (2022), vol. 198. art 107440. 28 p.
More information

Bougherara, D.; Courtois, P.; David, M.; Weill, J.
Spatial preferences for invasion management: a choice experiment on controlling Ludwigia grandiflora in a French regional park
in : Biological Invasions, (2022), 21 p.
More information

 

2020

Chèze, B.;David, M.;Martinet, V.
Understanding farmers' reluctance to reduce pesticide use: A choice experiment
in : Ecological Economics, (2020), vol. 167. 14 p.
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Hardy, P.Y.; Dray, A.; Cornioley, T.; David, M.; Sabatier, R.; Kernes, E.; Souchere, V.
Public policy design: Assessing the potential of new collective Agri-Environmental Schemes in the Marais Poitevin wetland region using a participatory approach
in : Land Use Policy, vol. 97. art. 104724. 12 p.
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2019

David, M.; Langlois, B.; Martinet, V.
Vers une co-conception de paysages pour la santé des plantes et avec des acteurs du territoires: Evaluation économique du service de régulation de la santé des cultures
in : Sandrine Petit et Claire Lavigne (Eds.) "Paysage, biodiversité fonctionnelle et santé des plantes". Edition Quae, Paris, 2019.

 

2018

David, M. ; Martinet, V. ; Chèze, B.
Farmers' motivations to reduce their use of pesticides: a choice experiment analysis in France
Freins et motivations des agriculteurs à réduire leur utilisation de pesticides: une analyse Choice Experiment en France
Presented at 6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Gothenburg, SWE (2018-06-25 - 2018-06-29). 37 p.