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Vincent Martinet


Vincent Martinet
Senior Researcher

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INRAE-Paris-Saclay Applied Economics
Avenue Lucien Brétignières
78850 Thiverval Grignon

Research Fields

Natural resources economics, Sustainable Development, Biofuels, Biodiversity.

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Curriculum Vitae



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


Selected publications


Cairns, R.D.; Martinet, V.
Growth and long-run sustainability
in : Environment and Development Economics, (2021), vol. 26, n° 4. pp. 381-402.
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Levrel, H.; Martinet, V.
Ecological Economists: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly?
in : Ecological Economics, (2021), vol. 179. 4 p.
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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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Gésan-Guiziou, G.; Alaphilippe, A.; Aubin, J.; Bockstaller, C.; Boutrou, R.; Buche, P.; Collet, C.; Girard, A.; Martinet, V.; Membré, J.M.; Sabbadin, R.; Thiollet-Scholtus, M.; van der Werf, H.M.G.
Diversity and potentiality of multi-criteria decision analysis methods for agri-food research
in : Agronomy for Sustainable Development, (2020), vol. 40, n° 6. 11 p.
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Petit, S.; Aviron, S.; Caquet, T.; Deconchat, M.; Gaba, S.; Gascuel, C.; Jactel, H.; Hannachi, M.; Lavigne, C.; Martinet, V.; Papaix, J.; Plantard, O.; Ranjard, L.; Voltz , M.
Valoriser les processus écologiques, hydrobiogéochimiques dans des paysages multifonctionnels
in : L’agroécologie : des recherches pour la transition des filières et des territoires, Caquet, Thierry (coord.), Gascuel, Chantal (coord.) et Tixier-Boichard, Michèle (coord.). Versailles : Quae, 2020. (Manière à débattre et décider). Isbn : 978-2-7592-3129-4. pp. 47-58.



Cairns, R. D. ; Del Campo, S. ; Martinet, V.
Sustainability of an economy relying on two reproducible assets
Soutenabilité d’une économie reposant sur deux actifs renouvelables
in : Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, (2019), vol. 101. pp. 145-160.
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Courtois, P. ; Gueye, M. ; Martinet, V. ; Préget, R. ; Salles, J.-M. ; Sauquet, A. ; Soubeyran, R. ; Subervie, J.
Quelles politiques publiques pour favoriser des paysages agricoles multifonctionnels ? . Quelles politiques publiques pour favoriser des paysages agricoles multifonctionnels ?
in: Sandrine Petit, Claire Lavigne, dir., Paysage, biodiversité fonctionnelle et santé des cultures. Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae, 2019. (Sciences en Partage). Isbn : 9782759230136.

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.

Gésan-Guiziou, G.; Alaphilippe, A.; Andro, M.; Aubin, J.; Bockstaller, C.; Botreau, R.; Buche, P.; Collet, C.; Darmon, N.; Delabuis, M.; Girard, A.; Grateau, R.; Kansou, K.; Martinet, V.; Membre, J. M.; Sabbadin, R.; Soler, L. G.; Thiollet-Scholtus, M.; Tonda, A.; Van-Der-Werf, H.
Annotation data about multi criteria assessment methods used in the agri-food research: The french national institute for agricultural research (INRA) experience
in : Data in Brief, (2019), vol. 25. Art. 104204
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