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Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications

Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière

Géraldine Bocquého

Researcher in Economics INRA

Research interests and methods

  • Partial equilibrium, spatial and dynamic modeling of land-use changes
  • Producers' decision making (risk, behavioural and intertemporal decision models)
  • Environmental and agricultural policies (ecosystem services, climate change)
  • Applied econometrics
  • Experimental economics

Journal publications

2014, Bocquého, G., Jacquet, F., and Reynaud, A. Expected utility or prospect theory maximisers? Assessing farmers' risk behaviour from field-experiment data. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 41(1):135-172. (post-print)

2013, Bocquého, G., Jacquet, F., and Reynaud, A. Reversal and magnitude effects in long-term time preferences: Results from a field experiment. Economics Letters, 120(1):108-111. (post-print)

2010, Bocquého, G., and Jacquet, F. The adoption of switchgrass and miscanthus by farmers: Impact of liquidity constraints and risk preferences. Energy Policy, 38(5):2598-2607. (post-print)

Book chapters and theses

Boere, E., Mosnier, A., Bocquého, G., Krisztin, T. and Havlík, P. (2018). Developing country-wide farm typologies: An analysis of Ethiopian smallholders’ income and food security.
In Benfica, R., Gillman, H., Lesa, A. and Izzo, M. (Eds.) IFAD Research Series Issue 32. IFAD, Rome, Italy.

Bocquého, G. (2017). Effects of liquidity constraints, risk and related time effects on the adoption of perennial energy crops.
In Khanna, M. and Zilberman, D., editors, Handbook of Bioenergy Economics and Policy: Vol. II, volume 40 of Natural Resource Management and Policy, chapter 16. Springer-Verlag, New York, USA.

Bocquého, G., Risque, temps, et adoption des cultures pérennes énergétiques : exemple du cas français. Thèse de doctorat, AgroParisTech : Paris, 2012, 265p.

Bocquého, G., Les cultures énergétiques pérennes : quel risque pour les agriculteurs français? Mémoire de master, Institut Français du Pétrole : Rueil-Malmaison, 2008, 53p.

Conference publications

Obersteiner, M., Kraxner, F., Mosnier, A., Bocquého, G., Khabarov, N., and Havlík, P. (2014). Addressing the drivers of deforestation: Exploring synergies between REDD+ and forest policy. In Parrotta, J. A., Moser, C. F., Scherzer, A. J., Koerth, N. E., and Lederle, D. R., editors, XXIV IUFRO World Congress, volume 16 of The International Forestry Review, page 545. Commonwealth Forestry Association. 5-11 October 2014, Salt Lake City, USA.

Mosnier, A., Bocquého, G., Mant, R., Obersteiner, M., Havlík, P., Kapos, V., Fritz, S. and Botrill, L. (2014). REDD+ projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Impacts on future emissions, income and biodiversity. In 11th EGU General Assembly, volume 16 of Geophysical Research Abstracts. 27 April-2 May 2014, Vienna, Austria.

Martin, L., Le Ber, F., Wohlfahrt, J., Bocquého, G., and Benoît, M. (2012). Modelling farmers' choice of miscanthus allocation in farmland: A case-based reasoning model. In Seppelt, R., Voinov, A., Lange, S., and Bankamp, D., editors, 2012 International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Managing Resources of a Limited Planet, Sixth Biennial Meeting. International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs). 1-5 July 2012, Leipzig, Germany.

Notes and newsletters

Câmara, G., Ramos, F., Soterroni, A., Cartaxo, R., Andrade, P.,
Buurman, M., Affonso, A., Espíndola, G., de Carvalho, A. Y., Pena, M., Mosnier, A., Obersteiner, M., Kraxner, F., Pirker, J., Bocquého, G., Havlík, P., Mant, R., Kapos, V., and Garcia-Rangel, S. (2016). Using models to inform policies that meet multiple objectives. Assessing the contribution of Brazil’s Forest Code to biodiversity conservation. Policy brief of the REDD-PAC project, INPE, IPEA, IIASA, UNEP-WCMC, São Jos dos Campos, Brasília, Laxenburg, Cambridge. 8p.

Mant, R., Garcia-Rangel, S., Tadoum, M., Nchoutpouen, C., Tonga,
P., Makoudjou, A., Bokelo Bile, D., Ndinga, R. G., Mosnier, A., Obersteiner, M., Kraxner, F., Pirker, J., Bocquého, G., Havlík, P., and Kapos, V. (2016). Using models to inform policies to meet multiple objectives. Sustainable development, climate change mitigation and biodiversity conservation in Central Africa. Policy brief of the REDD-PAC project, UNEP-WCMC, IIASA, COMIFAC, Cambridge, Laxenburg, Yaoundé. 8p.

Bocquého, G., Mant, R., Mosnier, A., Câmara, G., Kapos, V., Obersteiner, M. and Tadoum, M. REDD-PAC: Modeling land-use at global and national scales to support REDD+ policies. GLP News, 10:38-40, 2014.

Bocquého, G. (2013). Le comportement des agriculteurs face au risque. Presse Info, Août 2013, page 8. INRA.

Databases

Câmara, G., Soterroni, A., Ramos, F., de Carvalho, A. Y., Andrade,
P., Souza, R. S., Mosnier, A., Mant, R., Buurman, M., Pena, M., Havlík, P., Pirker, J., Kraxner, F., Obersteiner, M., Kapos, V., Affonso, A., Espindola, G., and Bocquého, G. (2016). Modelling land use changes in Brazil 2000-2050 (dataset). Dataset of the REDD-PAC project.

Work in progress

  • Bocquého, G., Deschamps, M., Helstroffer, J., Jacob, J. and Joxhe, M. Risk and refugee migration. Sciences Po OFCE Working Paper, no. 10, 2018.
  • Boere, E., Mosnier, A., Bocquého, G., Pirker, J., Garbero, A. and Havlík, P. Developing country-wide farm typologies: Improving Ethiopian smallholders' food security: An assessment of alternative policy options.
  • Bocquého, G., Jacquet, F. and Reynaud, A. Adoption of perennial energy crops and behavioral preferences. An empirical investigation among French farmers.