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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Agricultural Externalities and Environmental Regulation: The Case of Manure Management and Spreading Land AllocationPIOT-LEPETIT IsabelleArticles in books
2010Efficience Technique des Institutions de Microfinance: Le Cas du Réseau des Mutuelles Communautaires de Croissance (MC2) au CamerounNZONGANG Joseph; KALA KAMDJOUG Jean Robert; PIOT-LEPETIT Isabelle; OMENGUELE Guy René; NISHIMIKIJIMANA ÉlogeArticles in Journals
2011FOREWARD and PREFACE for the book "Methods to Analyse Agricultural Price Commodities":M'BAREK Robert; BENSTED-SMITH John; PIOT-LEPETIT IsabelleArticles in books
2011The Impact of EU Common Agricultural Policy on Beef Production: A Dynamic Modelling of Producer’s BehaviourPIOT-LEPETIT IsabelleArticles in books
2010Improving Performance and Manure Management in the French Pig Sector: A Three-stage AnalysisPIOT-LEPETIT IsabelleArticles in books
2013On the asynchronous approvals of GM crops: Potential market impacts of a trade disruption of EU soy importsHENSELER Martin; PIOT-LEPETIT Isabelle; FERRARI Emanuele; GONZALEZ MELLADO Aida; BANSE Martin; GRETHE Harald; PARISI CLAUDIA; HÉLAINE SophieArticles in Journals
2010Technological externalities and environmental policy How to simulate manure management regulation within a DEA frameworkPIOT-LEPETIT IsabelleArticles in Journals
2014Technological externalities and environmental policy- How to simulate manure management regulation within a DEA frameworkPIOT-LEPETIT IsabelleArticles in Journals
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