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Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications

Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière

Anne Stenger

Research Director INRA Director of LEF (2004-2012) 2014-...: University of Strasbourg

Research area

Applied Economics (water, landscapes, health, forest, multifonctionality)

  • Economics of Natural Resources
  • Environmental evaluation
  • Experimental economics
  • Risk
  • Economics of contracts
  • spatial economics

Member of SOFEW (Southern Economics Forest Workers), Mississippi State University
Invited Editor Journal of Forest Economics 2009
Invited Editor   Ecological Economics 2013

Invited Editor JEEP, 2014

All the publications in ProdINRA

Peer-reviewed articles (2011-15)

Articles      
  • Petucco, C., Abildtrup, J., & Stenger, A. , (2015) Influences of nonindustrial private forest landowners’ management priorities on the timber harvest decision—A case study in France, accepted in Journal of Forest Economics, doi:10.1016/j.jfe.2015.07.001 (Noria: Facteur d'impact à 2 ans : 1,786/ Notoriété à deux ans: entre correcte et excellente)
  • Hily, E., Garcia,S., Stenger, A., & Tu, G., (2015)  Assessing the efficiency of a biodiversity conservation policy: A bio-econometric analysis of Natura 2000 contracts in forest, accepted in Ecological Economics - (CNRS: 1)
  • Stenger, A., Harou, P., (2015). Special issue on forest investments profitability Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015
  • Abildtrup, J Olsen, S.B & Stenger, A. (2015). Combining RP and SP data while accounting for large choice sets and travel mode – an application to forest recreation, Journal of Environmental Economics and PolicyVolume 4, Issue 2, 177-201.
  • Zhang D., Stenger A. (2015). Value and valuation of forest ecosystem services , Journal of Environmental Economics and PolicyVolume 4, Issue 2, 177-201.
  • Bigot, M., Stenger, A, Voreux, C (2014) Durabilité des sols et systèmes de récolte: le rôle clé des acteurs. Revue Forestière Française, 4, 539-546
  • Garcia S., Kéré E., Stenger A. (2014). “Econometric analysis of social interactions in the production decisions of private forest owners”, European Review of Agricultural Economics, 41(2): 177-198. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/erae/jbt027 (Noria: Facteur d'impact à 2 ans : 1,467- Notoriété : excellente)
  • Zhang,  D., Stenger, A. (2014) Timber insurance: perspectives from a legal case and a preliminary review of practices throughout the world. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 2014, 44(Suppl 1):S9  http://www.nzjforestryscience.com/content/44/S1/S9
  • Robert, N., Stenger, A. (2013). Can payments solve the problem of undersupply of ecosystem services? Forest Policy and Economics, Vol 35, pp. 83-91. (NORIA Facteur d'impact à 2 ans : 1,81- Notoriété : correcte à excellente)
  • Fiquepron J., Garcia S., Stenger A. (2013). “Land use impact on water quality: Valuing forest services in terms of the water supply sector”, Journal of Environmental Management, 126, 113-121.,2013.04.002. (CNRS 3; Noria: Facteur d'impact à 2 ans : 3,188- Notoriété : excellente) (HCERES : B)
  • Abildtrup, J., Albers, H.J., Stenger, A., Termansen, M. (2013). Scale, location, and spatial interaction in the analysis of natural resources: Lessons for forest economics. Ecological Economics 92: 34-36.
  • Abildtrup, J., Garcia, S., Olsen, S. B., Stenger, A. (2013). Spatial preference heterogeity in forest recreation. Ecological Economics 92: 67-77. (CNRS: 1)
  • Abildtrup, J., Garcia, S., Stenger, A. (2013).The effect of forest land use on the cost of drinking water supply: A spatial econometric analysis. Ecological Economics 92: 126-136. (CNRS: 1)
  • Brunette M., Cabantous L., Couture S. et Stenger A. (2013).  The impact of governmental assistance on insurance demand under ambiguity: A theoretical model and an experimental test. Theory and Decision, (2013) 75:153–174 DOI 10.1007/s11238-012-9321-8 (CNRS :2)
  • Stenger, A (2012) Vers le paiement des services environnementaux ? Coase encore et toujours… Revue Forestière Française [Rev. For. Fr.], ISSN 0035-2829, 201, Vol. 64, N° 3, p. 225-234
  • Abildtrup, J., Garcia S., Olsen S. B., Stenger A. (2012). "Les déterminants de la valeur récréative des forêts : l’exemple de la lorraine", Revue Forestière Française, LXIV(3), 331-338.
  • Garcia S., Harou P., Montagné C., Stenger A. (2011). “Valuing forest biodiversity from a national survey in France: A dichotomous choice contingent valuation”, International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management, 7(2), 84-97.

Working Papers
  • Dragicevic, A, Boulanger, V, Bruciamacchie, M, Chauchard, S, Dupouey, JL, Stenger, A   (2015) Value of Ecological Network Connectivity, soumis
  • Lefebvre Mathieu &  Stenge Anne (2015) Are incentives a must for biodiversity conservation? Experimental results on long-lasting cooperation
  • Attanasi G., Boun My K.,Buso M. &  Stenger A. (2015) Public-Private Governance for Climate Change Adaptation : Theory and Experiment
  • Buso Marco, Stenger Anne (2015) Adaptation investment to face climate change: when a Public-Private govenance is a good solution?
  • Zhang, D., P. Harou, and Stenger. A (2015) Economics and Policy Instruments of Planted Forests Development: A Comparative Study of Brazil, China, France and the United States. Accepted in Journal of Forest Economics
  • Bartczak,A, Krawczyk, M,  Stenger, A, Hanley, N (2015) Buying spatially-coordinated ecosystem services and biodiversity conservation on forest land: an experiment on the role of auction format and communication, en révision
  • Garcia S., Abildtrup J., Stenger A. (2015). "The economics of forest ecosystem services: Implications for management and public policies", en révision.
  • Philippe Delacote, Serge Garcia, Anne Stenger, Gengyang Tu (2013), Private forest owners’ participation behavior related to an incentive conservation program: A case study of Natura 2000 contracts in France ( Natura 2000, Projet, M2 CDD)
  • Darses, O, Garcia, S, Stenger, A, (2011), Drivers of cooperation for environmental goods: evidence from French private forest owners
  • Montagné C, Stenger A, "Forest policy and biodiversity conservation : an identification of the perverse incentives", 24p, (2010)
  • Stenger A. "Natural hazard and insurance: an experimental study on non industrial private forest owners - Test for a computer administred risk aversion survey" (2009)

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