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Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications

Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière

Marielle Brunette

Researcher in Economics INRA

ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8192-4819

Researcher interests

  • Economics of risk and uncertainty
  • Insurance Economics
  • Economics of natural resources
  • Experimental Economics 
  • Forest Economics

Articles published in peer-review journals

  1. Brunette M., Couture S., Foncel J., Garcia S. (2019). The decision to insure against forest fire risk : An econometric analysis combining hypothetical and real data. Forthcoming in The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice. DOI : 10.1057/s41288-019-00146-6.
  2. Brunette M., Jacob J. (2019). Risk aversion, prudence and temperance : an experiment in gain and loss. Research in Economics, 73(2):174-189.
  3. Brèteau-Amores S., Brunette M., Davi H. (2019). An economic comparison of adaptation strategies towards a drought-induced risk of forest decline. Ecological Economics, 164:106294 .
  4. Brunette M., Corcos A., Couture S., Pannequin F. (2019). The self-insurance clauses puzzle. Economics Bulletin, 39(2):830-837.
  5. Bréda N., Brunette M. (2019). Are 40 years better than 55 ? An analysis of the reduction of forest rotation to face drought event in a Douglas fir stand. Annals of Forest Science, 76:29.
  6. Brunette M. and Couture S. (2018). Risk management activities of a non-industrial private forest owner with a bivariate utility function. Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies, 99(3):281-302. 
  7. Montagné-Huck C., Brunette M. (2018). A Bilbiographical Database on Economic Analysis of Natural Forest Disturbances. Data In Brief, 20:662-666.
  8. Montagné-Huck C., Brunette M. (2018). Economic Analysis of Natural Forest Disturbances : A Century of Research. Journal of Forest Economics, 32:42-71.
  9. Brunette M., Bourke R., Hanewinkel M., Yousefpour R. (2018). Adaptation to Climate Change in Forestry : a Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA). Forests, 9(1):20-34.
  10. Bougherara D., Brunette M., Heinzel C., Ibanez L., Muller L., Teyssier S. (2017). Expériences Économiques en Économie Agricole : État des Lieux et Dynamiques de Recherche. Économie Rurale, 362:31-50.
  11. Brunette M., Foncel J., Kéré E. (2017). Attitude towards Risk and Production decision : An Empirical analysis on French private forest owners. Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 22(6):563-576.
  12. Brunette M., Couture S., Pannequin F. (2017). Is forest insurance a relevant vector to induce adaptation efforts to climate change? Annals of Forest Science, 74:41
  13. Brunette M., Dragicevic A., Lenglet J., Niedzwiedz A. (2017). Vers une composition optimale de la forêt française : une application de la théorie de la sélection de portefeuille aux critères biotechniques. Économie Rurale, 359:27-49.
  14. Brunette M., Dragicevic A., Lenglet J., Niedzwiedz A., Badeau V., Dupouey J-L (2017). Biotechnical Portfolio Management of Mixed-Species Forests. Journal of Bioeconomics, 19(2):223-245.
  15. Brunette M., Foncel J., Kéré E.N. (2016). Attitude face au risque et décision de récolte des propriétaires forestiers privés français. Revue Forestière Française LXVIII, 3-2016:259-268. 
  16. Brunette M., Caurla S. (2016). An Economic Comparison of Risk Handling Measures against Hylobius abietis and Heterobasidion annosum in the Landes de Gascogne Forest. Annals of Forest Science, 70(3):777-787.
  17. Brunette M., Holecy J., Sedliak M., Tucek J., Hanewinkel M. (2015). An actuarial model of forest insurance against several natural hazards. Forest Policy and Economics, 55:46-57.
  18. Brunette M., Couture S., Laye J. (2015). Optimizing forest management under storm risk with Markov decision process model. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy, 4(2):141-163.
  19. Brunette M., Cabantous L., Couture S. (2015). Are individuals more risk and ambiguity averse in a group environment or alone? Results from an experimental study. Theory and Decision, 78(3):357-376.
  20. Brunette M., Costa S. and Lecocq F. (2014). Economics of Species Change subject to Risk of Climate Change and Increasing Information: A (Quasi-)Option Value Analysis. Annals of Forest Science, 71(2):279-290.
  21. Brunette M. and Couture S. (2013). Risk management behaviour of a forest owner against growth risk. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 42(2):349-364.
  22. Brunette M., Cabantous L., Couture S. and Stenger A. (2013). The impact of governmental assistance on insurance demand under ambiguity: A theoretical model and an experimental test. Theory and Decision, 75:153-174.
  23. Brunette M., Cabantous L., Couture S. and Stenger A. (2009). Assurance, intervention publique et ambiguïté : une étude expérimentale auprès de propriétaires forestiers privés. Économie et Prévision, 190-191(4-5):123-134.
  24. Brunette M. and Couture S. (2008). Assurance et activités de réduction des risques en foresterie : une approche théorique. Review of Agricultural and Environmental Studies, 86(1):57-78.
  25. Brunette M. and Couture S. (2008). Public Compensation for Windstorm Damage Reduces Incentives for Risk Management Investments. Forest Policy and Economics, 10(7-8):491-499.

Articles published in non peer-review journals

  1. Brunette M., Leblois A., Couture S. (2019). Le changement climatique va t’il nous priver d’assurance ? The Conversation, 20 octobre 2019.
  2. Tevenart C., Delacote P., Koenig R., Brunette M. (2019). Chocs climatiques : pourquoi les agriculteurs français sont-ils si mal assurés ? The Conversation, 24 juillet 2019.
  3. Koenig R., Brunette M., Delacote P., Tevenart C. (2019). Couverture du risque météorologique en agriculture : les leçons du cas français. Information et Débats, Chaire Économie du Climat.
  4. Tevenart C., Brunette M., Orset C. (2017). Freins à l’adoption de mesures d’atténuation des GES dans l’agriculture : l’aversion pour le risque et pour l’ambiguïté de l’agriculteur jouent-elles un rôle ? Information et Débats, Chaire Économie du Climat, 51, 22p.
  5. Brunette M., Caurla S. (2015). Approche économique des risques biotiques en forêt - Exemple d’analyse de stratégies de prévention dans les Landes de Gascogne. C.R. Acad. Agri. Fr., 2015. Séance du 25 novembre 2015.
  6. Bréda N., Brunette M. (2014). Réduire l'âge d'exploitabilité : une stratégie d'adaptation économiquement acceptable face aux risques induits par la sécheresse ? Forêt-entreprise, 217 : 46-49.
  7. Brunette M. (2011). Une application du Processus de Décision de Markov au secteur forestier : Risque de production, de prix et perte de qualité. C.R. Acad. Agric. Fr., 2011, 97, n°2. Séance du 8 juin 2011.

Articles submitted to journals

  1. Brunette M., Ngouhouo-Poufoun J. (2019). Are risk preferences stable ? A field experiment in Congo Basin countries. WP BETA 2019-18.
  2. Dequiedt B., Servonnat E., Brunette M., Delacote P. (2019). Risk as a limit or an opportunity to mitigate GHG emissions ? The case of fertilisation in agriculture.
  3. Koenig R., Brunette M., Delacote P., Tevenart C. (2019). Couverture du risque agricole : les leçons du cas français.
  4. Tevenart C., Brunette M. (2019). Role of farmers’ risk and ambiguity preferences on fertilization decisions: an experiment.
  5. Brunette M., Hanewinkel M., Yousefpour R. (2019). Risk aversion hinders foresters to adapt to climate change.
  6. Loisel P., Brunette M., Couture S. (2018). Insurance and forest rotation decisions under storm risk.
  7. Brunette M., Corcos A., Couture S., Pannequin F. (2017). Substituabilité entre assurance et auto-assurance: une propriété robuste à l’asymétrie d’information et à l’ambiguïté.
  8. Jacob J., Brunette M., Eeckhoudt L. (2017). Prevent or Cure : Trading in the face of left-skewed binary lotteries. Cahiers du LEF 2017-05.
  9. Brunette M., Delacote P., Garcia S., Rousselle J-M. (2014). Commons as a risk-management tool :theoretical predictions and an experimental test. Cahiers du LEF 2014-06.

Works in progress

  1. Brèteau-Amores S., Brunette M., Leblois A. (2020). Index insurance and drought-induced risk of decline in French forests.
  2. Brunette M., Leblois A., Jacob J. (2019). How to manage price risk after a storm in forestry ?
  3. Montagné-Huck C., Brunette M. (2019). What economics can tell us about insect pests disturbances in forest ?
  4. Bocquého G., Brunette M., Jacob J. (2018). Individual’s preferences towards risk : the role of stake and domain.
  5. Ngouhouo-Poufoun J., Abildtrup J., Brunette M., Delacote P. (2018). Rural households risk attitudes and ecosystem services preferences in mutli-functionnal landscapes.

PhD Thesis

Risques naturels, prévention et assurance: une application au secteur forestier. (March 2009)

Habilitation

Prise en compte du risque et de l’incertitude dans la gestion des ressources naturelles renouvelables. Applications aux ressources forestières. (April 2015)

Teaching

  • Tutorials: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Statistics, Market and entreprises.
  • Lessons: Risk, Uncertainty and Irreversibility; Insurance Economics; Environmental Economics; Economics of Sustainable Development.

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