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Seminar virtual SMART-LERECO : Alessandro OLPER - 23/06/2020

Alessandro OLPER : 23rd of June 2020

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Our appearances - 25/05/2020

Vincent Chatellier will give a talk nex May, 27th before the French Academy of Agriculture.

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In the media - 13/05/2020

Vincent Chatellier contributed to several press articles and media on the links between the health crisis linked to SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and France's food supply.

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In the media - 03/05/2020

Vincent Chatellier contributed to a press article in Agra Presse n°3736 on the dairy sector.

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Our events - 26/03/2020

Call for papers: the 11th "Journées du Végétal" will be held next December 1st and 2nd in Angers

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Release of Working Papers SMART-LERECO n° 20-04 20-05 - 16/05/2018

Release of Working Papers SMART-LERECO n° 20-04 20-05

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In the media - 28/02/2020

Alain Carpentier has been interviewed in an article of the Réussir Grandes Cultures magazine.

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The Research Unit "SMART-LERECO" was officially created on January 2017 in the continuity of a scientific project that brought together, throughout the period 2011-2016, economists from the Unit SMART of Rennes and the Unit LERECO of Nantes. This Research Unit brings together some 60 people (including about 30 researchers and teachers-researchers) from INRAE's Ecosocio department (at the Rennes and Nantes sites) and Agrocampus-Ouest (Sites of Rennes and Angers).

The shared ambition of our collective is to create a research and teaching group in economy of agriculture, agri-food and environment, recognized internationally for the quality of its work not only academic but also in expertise. Our scientific project aims to give priority to four themes: the behavior of agricultural producers and public regulations; Markets, agriculture and development; Industrial strategies of agri-food enterprises in a globalized economy; Organization and performance of agricultural and food chains.