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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications

Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière

Pablo Andrés-Domenech

Professor-Researcher AgroParisTech

Research fields

Environmental Economics
Forestry Economics
Game Theory
Viability Theory
Applied Macroeconomics

Teaching

Environmental Economics
Sustainable Development
Forestry Economics
Economic Calculus
Choice of Investment Projects
Environmental Management

Publications

Published articles

Andrés-Domenech, P., Martín-Herrán, G., & Zaccour, G. (2015). Cooperation for sustainable forest management: An empirical differential game approach. Ecological Economics , 117, 118-128. Download

Andrés-Domenech, P., Fanokoa, P. S., Saint-Pierre, P., & Zaccour, G. (2014). Sustainability of the Dry Forest in Androy: A Viablility Analysis. Ecological Economics, 104, 33-49. Download

Andrés-Domenech, P., Martín-Herrán, G., & Zaccour, G. (2012). An Empirical Differential Game for Sustainable Forest Management. Cahier du GERAD, G-2012-55. Download

Andrés-Domenech, P. (2012). Three Essays on Sustainable Forest Management. Ph.D. Thesis, Quantitative Methods Department, HEC Montreal, Canada, pp. 1-167. Download

Andrés-Domenech, P., Saint-Pierre, P., & Zaccour, G. (2011). Forest Conservation and CO2 Emissions: A Viable Approach. Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 16(6), 519-539. Download

Andrés-Domenech, P.& Villacrés-Endara, V. H. (2004). Natural Resources: A Curse or a Blessing? Master’s Thesis, Department of Economics, HEC Lausanne, Switzerland, pp. 1-58. Download

Work in progress

Petucco, C., Andrés-Domenech, P. Land expectation value and optimal rotation age of maritime pineplantations under multiple risks

Andrés-Domenech, P., Garcia, S. & Seiler, O. Corruption and the curse of natural resources.

Andrés-Domenech, P. The per-capita condition: A necessary condition for the non-emptiness of the core in transferable utility games.

Andrés-Domenech, P. & Zaccour, G. Land use change and greenhouse gas emissions: What is the real cost of deforestation?

Andrés-Domenech, P. & Zhang, D. The lumber war between United States and Canada: Whose interest is defending the American regulator?

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