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Damien Rousselière

Agrocampus-Ouest, SMART-LERECO (ANGERS)


Phone: + 33 (0)2 41 22 55 00

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Research topics

  • Social and Cooperative Economics
  • Economics of Organization
  • Institutional and Bayesian Econometrics

Selected recent publication

  • Bouchard M. and Rousselière D. (2018)
    "Does Gibrat’s law hold among urban social economy enterprises? A research note on Montreal social economy"
    Economics Bulletin, 38(3), 1523-1540
  • Rousselière D. and Rousselière S. (2017)
    "Is Biotechnology (more) acceptable when it enables a reduction in phytosanitary treatments? A comparison of the acceptability of two genetic engineering techniques"
    PLOS ONE, 12(9), e0183213.
  • Jemai, A., Daniel C. and Rousselière D. (2017)
    "Semi-Parametric Regression-Based Decomposition Methods: Evidence from Regional Inequality in Tunisia"
    African Development Review, 29(4), 660-673.
  • Rousselière D. et Rousselière S. (2017)
    "Decomposing the effects of time on the social acceptability of biotechnology using Age-Period-Cohort-Country models"
    Public Understanding of Science, 26-(6), 650-670
  • Oueslati, W., Zipperer V., Rousselière D. et Dimitropoulos A. (2017)
    "Energy taxes, reforms and income inequality : An empirical cross-country analysis"
    International Economics, 150, 80-95
  • Bouchard, M.J. et Rousselière D. (2016)
    "Do Hybrid Organizational Forms of the Social Economy have a Greater Chance of Surviving? An Examination of the Case of Montreal"
    Voluntas 27(4), 1894–1922.

Work in progress

  • Diversification des métiers des coopératives agricoles et agroalimentaires with Martine Vézina (HEC Montréal), Luc Audebrand (U. Laval) and Majdi Ben Selma (UQAM) 2014-2017
  • A conceptual framework for the statistical measure of cooperatives (with Marie Bouchard (UQAM) – Technical report for the ILO (International Labor Organization) 2017-2018
  • Governing Common-Property Assets: The Case of Farm-Machinery Cooperatives (with Simon Cornée, U. Rennes 1)
  • Information on biodiversity and individual sustainable practices: Empirical evidence for European homegardners, with Thomas Coisnon (AGROCAMPUS OUEST) and Samira Rousselière (ONIRIS)
  • The impact of crisis on the dynamics of cooperatives, with Anne Musson (ESSCA)

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