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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Béatrice Plottu

L'Institut Agro Rennes-Angers, SMART (ANGERS)

Associate professor

Research topics

  • Environmental Economics, circular economy
  • Evaluation of public policies
  • Participatory Evaluation and Multicriteria Decision Aid

Recent publications

  • Tendero M.,  Plottu B. (2019).
    "A participatory decision support system for contaminated brownfield  redevelopment : a case study from France."
    Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, published online 10 janvier 2019. (CNRS 3, HCERES C).
  • Plottu B., Tendero M. (2017)
    "Acceptabilité des choix d’aménagement des friches urbaines polluées"
    Revue d'Economie Régionale et Urbaine, n°2, pp335-353. (CNRS 3, HCERES B).
  • Plottu B. (2015),
    "Conflit d’usage du territoire : de l’identification des enjeux à l’émergence d’une solution négociée"
    Economie Rurale, n°348, juillet-août, pp.23-41 (CNRS 4, HCERES C).
  • Leroux I., Muller P., Plottu B., Widehem C. (2014)
    "Innovation ouverte et évolution des business models dans les pôles de compétitivité : le rôle des intermédiaires dans la création variétale végétale"
    Revue d’économie industrielle, n°146, pp.115-151. (CNRS 3, AERES B)
  • Plottu B., Widehem C. (2014).
    "Des stratégies individuelles gagnantes de spécialisation à l’anticipation et à la gestion collective des risques – l’exemple de la filière française du végétal d’extérieur d’ornement"
    Management et Avenir, vol.7, n°73, pp.15-32. (CNRS 4, AERES C)
  • Plottu E., Plottu B. (2012)
    "Total Landscape values : a multidimensional approach"
    Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, vol.55, n°6, pp.797-811. (CNRS 3, AERES C)

Work in progress

  • Plan Régional Santé Environnement 3, programme « Nature en ville : rôles et bienfaits du végétal sur la santé des habitants » (2018-22), co-financement Agence Régionale de Santé des Pays De La Loire/Direction Régionale de l’Environnement, de l’Aménagement et du Logement/Plante & Cité, en collaboration avec l’UMR 1345 IRHS Angers, ESO Angers. Guide en cours de rédaction : Galopin G., Plottu B., Bouvier V., Beausière J., Béziau N., Gay N., Haxaire P., Raimbault B., Vajou B. Evaluation de l'impact des espaces végétalisés urbains sur la santé.
  • ANR RosesMonde (2016-2020), Création, patrimonialisation et marchandisation dans le monde des roses, en collaboration avec le LAM Bordeaux, IRHS-GDO Angers, Ladyss Paris7, CERHIO Angers
  • RFI tourisme (2016), soutien d'Angers TourismLab, axe Végétal et tourisme, en collaboration avec ARGUMANS Le Mans, CERHIO Angers, CRENAU ENSA Nantes, ESO, ESSCA Angers, SFR Confluences – Axe Culture du Végétal.
  • POLLUSOLS (2016), projet Perception des risques de pollution du sol, attentes sociétales et gestion de sites pollués, en collaboration avec l'IFFSTAR, le LEMNA Nantes, le LPPL Nantes.
  • Encadrement d’une thèse Agrocampus ouest 2014-17, ADEME –RégionPDL - Marjorie Tendero, Reconversion et aménagement durable des friches urbaines, sites pollués, fonciers dégradés ; élaboration d’une méthode participative d’évaluation et d’aide multicritère à la décision ; Co-encadrement par Cécile Bazart, LAMETA, Université de Montpellier1.

See also

Béatrice Plottu's publications in HAL

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