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Loconto A., Desquilbet M., Dorin B., Couvet D., Moreau T., (2019) “The Land sparing – Land sharing controversy: tracing the politics of knowledge”, Land Use Policy

Loconto A., Desquilbet M., Dorin B., Couvet D., Moreau T., (2019) “The Land sparing – Land sharing controversy: tracing the politics of knowledge”, Land Use Policy

Link to the article Abstract Feeding 9 billion people by 2050 on one hand, and preserving the erosion of biodiversity on the other hand, are two shared policy goals at the global level. Yet...

Dorin B., Joly P.-B., (2019) “Modelling world agriculture as a learning machine? From mainstream models to Agribiom 1.0”, Land Use Policy,

Dorin B., Joly P.-B., (2019) “Modelling world agriculture as a learning machine? From mainstream models to Agribiom 1.0”, Land Use Policy,

Link to the article AbstractModels of world agriculture and food systems are used widely to predict future scenarios of land and resource uses. Starting with a brief history of world agriculture modelling since the...

Inequality measurement with an ordinal and continuous variable by Nicolas Gravel

Inequality measurement with an ordinal and continuous variable by Nicolas Gravel

Nicolas Gravel, Brice Magdalou, Patrick Moyes, “Inequality measurement with an ordinal and continuous variable” Abstract: What would be the analogue of the Lorenz quasi-ordering when the variable of interest is continuous and of a...

Group Farming in France: Why do some regions have more cooperative ventures than others? by Bruno Dorin

Group Farming in France: Why do some regions have more cooperative ventures than others? by Bruno Dorin

Agarwal Bina, Dorin Bruno, 2019. “Group Farming in France: Why do some regions have more cooperative ventures than others?”, Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space,  pp. 1-24 (pre-publication online). Abstract: The global debate...

Conditional expected utility criteria for decision making under ignorance or objective ambiguity by Nicolas Gravel

Conditional expected utility criteria for decision making under ignorance or objective ambiguity by Nicolas Gravel

Abstract We provide an axiomatic characterization of a family of criteria for ranking completely and/or ambiguous decisions. A completely uncertain decision is described by the set of all its consequences (assumed to be finite)....