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13 July 2021

SMART-LERECO will be present at the XVIth Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) which will be held by videoconference from July 20 to 23, 2021.

The XVIth EAAE Congress was scheduled to take place in Prague in the summer of 2020, but had to be held virtually due to the health crisis. Nearly 20 members of SMART-LERECO will present the following papers:

  • Is Irrigation Driven by the Economic Value of Internationally Traded Agricultural Products? (A. Cheptea, C. Laroche Dupraz)
  • Variable Input Allocation Among Crops: A Random Parameter Approach With Stochastic Constraints Using SAEM Algorithm. (P. Koutchade, A. Carpentier, F. Féménia)
  • Estimation Of Crop Rotation Effects With "Observed" Crop Sequence Acreages. (R. Sodjahin, F. Féménia, A. Carpentier)
  • Using Farm Accountancy Data To Estimate Crop Rotation Effects. (A. Carpentier, F. Féménia, A. Gohin, R. Sodjahin)
  • Estimation of Production Punctions in Low- and High-Input Farming Systems. (E. Devilliers, N. Möhring, R. Finger)
  • The Environmental Impact Of Consumption Of Fisheries And Aquaculture Products In France. (S. Lucas, L.-G. Soler, X. Irz, J. Aubin, D. Gascuel)
  • On Insufficiency of Biosecurity Actions to Manage Infectious Animal Disease. (D. Hennessy, A. Rault)
  • Storing Carbon In French Agricultural Soils: Potential And Cost Of Additionnal Storage. (L. Bamière, V. Bellassen, N. Delame, E. Letort, et al.)
  • Retailer-driven Global Value Chains. (K. Agbenkponou, A. Cheptea, K. Latouche)
  • What Drives Competition on the Farmland Market? A Case Study in Brittany (France). (L. Piet, R. Melot, S. Diop)
  • Pesticides Efficiency Of French Wheat Producers Under A Stochastic Frontier Framework. (H. Dakpo, F. Féménia)
  • Early Exit from Business, Performance and Neighbors' Influence: A Study of Farmers in France. (E. Paroissien, L. Latruffe, L. Piet)
  • Farmers’ Heterogeneous Responses to Price Variations: Identification of Dairy Farms Flexibility based on a Panel Smooth Transition Regression Approach. (E. Letort, F. Féménia)
  • Revisiting Cointegration In A High Frequency Setting. (G. Bagnarosa, P. Debie, A. Gohin, J. Pennings, X. Zhou)
  • Product Innovation and Export Strategy. (K. R. Chemo-Dzukou, S. Duvaleix, K. Latouche)
  • Understanding the European Futures Markets on Dairy Products: a Multi-Product Perspective. (A. Gohin, J. Cordier, G. Bagnarosa)

In addition, Karine Latouche will co-chair the organised session "Trade in Agri-Food Products, Non-Tariff Measures and Regulatory Heterogeneity", and Jean Cordier will be a discussant in the organised session "The Performance of Commodity Futures Markets: Impacts of Volatility, Announcements, Sentiments and Limited Order Book Information".

Find out more:  XVIthe EAAE Congress website