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Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications

Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière

Stéphane KREBS

Stéphane KREBS
Research Engineer INRA

Research interests

Research publications

Viet, A.-F., Krebs S., Rat-Aspert O., Jeanpierre L., Ezanno P. & Belloc C. (2018). Modelling framework to coordinate control decisions within an area: example of the PRRSV, PLOS ONE, 13(6): e0197612   https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0197612

Collineau L.,  Rojo-Gimeno C., Léger A., Backhans A., Loesken S., Okholm Nielsen E., Postma M., Emanuelson U., grosse Beilage E., Sjölund M., Wauters E., Stärk K.D.C., Dewulf J., Belloc C. & Krebs S. (2017). Herd-specific interventions to reduce antimicrobial usage in pig production without jeopardising technical and economic performance, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, vol. 144, pp. 167-178  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.prevetmed.2017.05.023

Lhermie G., Raboisson D., Krebs S. & Dupraz P. (2015). Facteurs déterminants et leviers de réduction de l’usage des antibiotiques en productions animales, Économie rurale, n° 348, pp. 3-22   https://doi.org/10.4000/economierurale.4671

Rat-Apert O. & Krebs S. (2013). Économie des actions collectives de maîtrise des maladies animales endémiques. Proposition d’un cadre d’analyse, Économie Rurale, n° 338, pp. 47-59   https://doi.org/10.4000/economierurale.41

Gohin A., Cordier J., Krebs S. & Rault A. (2013). Dynamic Impacts of a Catastrophic Production Event: The Foot-and-Mouth Disease Case, Risk Analysis, vol. 33(3), pp. 480-492   https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1539-6924.2012.01902.x

Ducrot C, Bed’Hom B., Béringue V., Coulon J.-B., Fourichon C., Guérin J.L., Krebs S., Rainard P., Sarradin P., Schwartz I., Torny D., Vayssier-Taussat M., Zientara S., Zundel E. & Pineau T. (2011). Issues and Special Features of Animal Health Research, Veterinary Research, vol. 42, 96   https://doi.org/10.1186/1297-9716-42-96

Ducrot C, Bed’Hom B., Béringue V., Coulon J.-B., Fourichon C., Guérin J.L., Krebs S., Rainard P., Sarradin P., Schwartz I., Torny D., Vayssier-Taussat M., Zientara S. & Zundel E. (2010). Enjeux et spécificités de la Recherche en Santé Animale, INRA Productions animales, vol. 23(4), pp. 359-368   https://www6.inra.fr/productions-animales/content/download/3226/32327/version/1/file/Prod_Anim_2010_23_4_05.pdf

Krebs S., Belloc C. & Malher X. (2010). Une évaluation économique de l’utilisation de l’enrofloxacine dans le traitement des colibacilloses aviaires, Epidémiologie et Santé Animale, n° 57, pp. 45-55   http://aeema.vet-alfort.fr/images/2010-57/57.05.pdf

Ducrot C., Pécaud D., Petit E., Krebs S., Viet A.-F., Durand B., Biteau-Coroller F., Beaudeau F., Frappat B., Calavas D. & Fourichon C. (2010). Qualification sanitaire des troupeaux, représentations du risque selon les acteurs et les disciplines, Natures, Sciences et Sociétés, vol. 18, pp. 3-13   https://doi.org/10.1051/nss/2010002

Viet A.-F. & Krebs S. (2010). Bovine viral diarrhoea virus: Economic evaluation of outbreaks by modelling (Guest Editorial), The Veterinary Journal, vol. 185(2), pp. 103-104   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tvjl.2009.09.018

Krebs S. (2005). Pluriactivité et mode de financement des exploitations agricoles, Économie Rurale, n° 289-290, pp. 91-105   https://doi.org/10.4000/economierurale.148

Krebs S. (2002). L'accès au crédit des exploitations agricoles, Synthèses, n° 63, pp. 119-134   https://www.epsilon.insee.fr/jspui/bitstream/1/15818/1/synth_63.pdf

Butault J.P., Delame N., Krebs S. & Lerouvillois P. (1999). La pluriactivité : un correctif aux inégalités du revenu agricole, Économie et Statistique, n° 329-330, pp. 165-180   https://doi.org/10.3406/estat.1999.6360

PhD Dissertation

Activités non agricoles et financement de l'exploitation agricole (Nancy 2 University, March 2004)