Climate change reveals, if needed, how our economies are supported by natural resources and services but also that uncertainty is a key component of our environment which makes our economies at risk. Understanding the dynamics linking our activities and our environment will improve the efficiency of policies designed to mitigate and to adapt to climate change.
Position: Postdoctoral researcher
Main Research Field: environmental and natural resources economics, risk analysis
Sébastien Foudi received his MSc in Economics of the environment, natural resources, energy and agriculture in 2002, his M.Phill in Economics in 2003 and his PhD in Economics (Economic analysis of agricultural ecosystems services. Application to soil biota generation) in 2008 from the Toulouse School of Economics (France) where he joined the research center LERNA.
He was a postdoctoral researcher at the Water department of Cemagref in Montpellier, France (UMR G-EAU) from 2008 to 2010 and a teaching assistant at the University of Toulouse (2005-2007) for graduate and undergraduate students (econometrics and microeconomics).
His research fields apply to agricultural and natural resources economics, risk assessment and risk management.
His work focuses on the understanding of decision making process relative to the use of ecosystem services, natural insurance, adaptation to climate change.
Foudi, S., Osés-Eraso,N.,Tamayo,I.2015.Integrated spatial flood risk assessment: The case of Zaragoza.
LAND USE POLICY.
Pascual, U., Termansen, M., Hedlund, K., Brussaard, L., Faber, J., Foudi, S., Lemanceau, P., Liv-Jørgensen, S.2015.On the value of soil biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Foudi, S.2012.The role of farmers' property rights in soil ecosystem services conservation.
90 - 96.
Foudi, S; Erdlenbruch, K.2012.The role of irrigation in farmers' risk management strategies in France.
EUROPEAN REVIEW OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS.
439 - 457.
Foudi.,S. and Osés-Eraso,N.2014.
Flood risk management: assessment for prevention with hydro-economic approaches.
Routledge Handbook of the Economics of Climate Change Adaptation.
London and New York.
Climate change implication for soil biodiversity conservation: A bio-economic modelling approach, presented at the VII Conference of the Spanish-Portuguese Association of Resources and Environmental Economics (AERNA), organized by Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal, Aveiro, Portugal, Sep, 2016
Urban ecosystem services from green roofs: costs, benefits and uncertainties at the city scale, presented at the European Climate Change Adaptation Conference (ECCA), organized by European Commission, Copenhagen, Denmark, May, 2015
On the values of soil biodiversity and ecosysten services, presented at the First Global Soil Biodiversity Conference, organized by Inra Dijon, Dijon, France, Dec, 2014
Social-ecological resilience and sustainability: a test from urban water management, presented at the VI Congress of the Spanish-Portuguese Association of Resource and Environmental Economics (AERNA), organized by University of Girona, Girona, Spain, Sep, 2014
Linking soil biodiversity, water regulation and agricultural production: a conceptual framework, presented at the Resilience 2014, organized by Cirad, Montpellier, France, May, 2014
Integrated flood damage modelling in the Ebro river basin under hydrodynamic, socio-economic and environmental factors, presented at the European Geoscience Union EGU, organized by Viene, Austria, May, 2012
The days of te Water - International debate and final meeting of Water 2 Adapt, presented at the , organized by , 2012
KLIMAGUNE 2011: Kresala session conclusions, presented at the Conclusion of the Kresala session of Klimagune 2011, organized by Bilbao, May, 2011
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