Final program

Monday, June 22th.
9:30-10:30 Welcome, Coffee, Opening, etc...
10:30 Session 1
Time Speaker Title Reviewer
10:30-11:00 Ana Bobinac (Netherlands) The impact of the design of payment scales on willingness to pay for health gains. Hermann Donfouet
11:00-11:30 Nicolas Borzykowski (Switzerland) On scope effects in Contingent Valuation: Is centralized financing of forest policy justified? Henintsoa Randrianarison
11:30-12:00 Hermann Donfouet (France) Anchoring Bias and Shift Effect: An Empirical Investigation to Air Quality Improvement Bénédicte Rulleau
12:00-12:30 Adan Martinez-Cruz (Switzerland) Relative magnitude of welfare measures in discrete choice models: Does accounting for unobserved heterogeneity make a difference? Romain Crastes
12:30-2:00 Lunch : Buffet Salle Saint Georges
2:00 Session 2
2:00-2:50 Stephane Hess (United Kingdom) Outsider’s view on choice modelling work in environmental economics, and future directions on behavioural research.
2:50-3:00 Coffee Break
3:00-3:30 Olivier Chanel (France) Testing the circular payment card elicitation format: Evidence from a contingent valuation on health and pension insurance schemes in Tunisia Ana Bobinac
3:30-4:00 Bénédicte Rulleau (France) Eliciting preferences for wetland services: a way to manage conflicting land uses Gengyang Tu
4:00-4:15 Coffee Break
4:15-4:45 Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu (France) Lies detection in stated preference studies. Adan Martinez Cruz
4:45-5:15 Henintsoa Randrianarison (Madagascar, Germany) Are buyers of ecosystem services willing to consider distributional impacts? Results from a choice experiment in Antananarivo, Madagascar Laetitia Tuffery
7:00 Social Event: Little train tour in the Old Town of Nancy
8:00 Dinner: “Restaurant L’Excelsior” http://www.brasserie-excelsior.com/fr/
Tueday, June 23th
9:00 Session 3
9:00-9:50 Jurgen Meyerhoff (Germany) Uncovering Complexity-induced Status Quo Effects in Choice Experiments
9:50-10:00 Coffee break
10:00-10:30 Katarzyna Zagórska (Poland) Impact of varying social norm information on respondents' preferences for waste sorting at household level Olivier Chanel
10:30-11:00 Heini Ahtiainen (Finland) Modelling asymmetric preferences in choice experiments with individual-specific status quo alternatives Julian Sagebiel
11:00-11:30 Romain Crastes (United Kingdom, France) It is not about what you choose, it is about how you choose: revisiting instructional choice sets in choice experiments Nicolas Borzykowski
11:30-12:00 Ewa Zawojska (Poland) The role of objectively defined and subjectively perceived consequentiality in stated preference research Jeanne Dachary-Bernard
12:00-1:30 Lunch : Buffet Salle Saint Georges
1:30 Session 4
1:30-2:20 Brett Day (United Kingdom) Revealed preferences: adventures of an economist in space
2:20-2:30 Coffee Break
2:30-3:00 Jeanne Dachary-Bernard (France) Analysis of people preferences for coastal land use changes: toward spatial heterogeneity Katarzyna Zagorska
3:00-3:30 Laetitia Tuffery (France) The value of periurban forest with a multi-site approach An evaluation of recreational ecosystem services in the Paris region using the hedonic pricing method Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu
3:30-3:45 Coffee Break
3:45-4:15 Julian Sagebiel (Germany) Does the place of residence affect land use preferences? - Evidence from a discrete choice experiment in Germany Ewa Zawojska
4:15-4:45 Gengyang Tu (France) The effect of experience on choosing where to go: An application to a choice experiment on forest recreation Heini Ahtiainen
5:00 End
7:30 Dinner: Restaurant « Le Bistrot de Pierre » http://www.lebistrotdepierre.fr/

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List of speakers (and contacts):

Keynote speakers:

Dr. Brett Day (University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK).

Dr. Stephane Hess (University of Leeds, UK).

Dr. Jurgen Meyerhoff (Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany).

Accepted papers :

Heini Ahtiainen (Natural resource institute, Finland), Eija Pouta, Janne Artell. Modelling asymmetric preferences in choice experiments with individual-specific status quo alternatives. Contact: heini.ahtiainen@luke.fi.

Ana Bobinac (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherland). The impact of the design of payment scales on willingness to pay for health gains. Contact: bobinac@bmg.eur.nl.

Nicolas Borzykowski (Haute école de Gestion, Genève, Switzerland), Andrea Baranzini, David Maradan. On scope effects in Contingent Valuation: Is centralized financing of forest policy justified? Contact: nicolas.borzykowski@hesge.ch.

Chanel Olivier (AMSE-CNRS-IDEP-GREQAM, France), Makhloufi Khaled, Abu-Zaineh Mohamad. Testing the circular payment card elicitation format: Evidence from a contingent valuation on health and pension insurance schemes in Tunisia. Contact: olivier.chanel@univ-amu.fr.

Romain Crastes (University of Leeds, United Kingdom; University of Rouen, France), Jordan Louviere, Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu. It is not about what you choose, it is about how you choose: revisiting instructional choice sets in choice experiments. Contact: rcrastes@gmail.com. 

Jeanne Dachary-Bernard (IRSTEA - UR ETBX, France). Analysis of people preferences for coastal land use changes: toward spatial heterogeneity. Contact: Jeanne.Dachary-Bernard@irstea.fr.

Donfouet Hermann P. P. (CESAER - INRA, France) Anchoring Bias and Shift Effect: An Empirical Investigation to Air Quality Improvement. Contact: hermann.donfouet@dijon.inra.fr.

Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu (LEMNA, University of Nantes, France), Romain Crastes, Jordan Louviere. Lies detection in stated preference studies. Contact: pamahieu@gmail.com.

Adan L. Martinez-Cruz (CEPE, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland), Kenneth McConnell. Relative magnitude of welfare measures in discrete choice models: Does accounting for unobserved heterogeneity make a difference? Contact: adan.martinezcruz@gmail.com.

Henintsoa Randrianarison (C3ED, University of Antananarivo, Madagascar; Chair of Environmental Economics, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany), Frank Wätzold. Are buyers of ecosystem services willing to consider distributional impacts? Results from a choice experiment in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Contact: henintsu.arison@gmail.com.

Bénédicte Rulleau (CEARC, University of Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France; IRSTEA, UR ETBX), Nathalie Dumax, Anne Rozan. Eliciting preferences for wetland services: a way to manage conflicting land uses. Contact: Benedicte.Rulleau@irstea.fr.

Julian Sagebiel (Institute for Ecological Economy Research GmbH, Deutschland), Klaus Glenk and Jürgen Meyerhoff. Does the place of residence affect land use preferences? - Evidence from a discrete choice experiment in Germany. Contact: juliansagebiel@gmail.com.

Gengyang TU (LEF - INRA-APT, France), Jens Abildtrup. The effect of experience on choosing where to go: An application to a choice experiment on forest recreation. Contact: gengyang.tu@nancy.inra.fr.

Laetitia Tuffery (University of Evry, France). The value of periurban forest with a multi-site approach An evaluation of recreational ecosystem services in the Paris region using the hedonic pricing method. Contact: laetitia.tuffery@gmail.com.

Katarzyna Zagórska (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Science, Poland), Mikołaj Czajkowski, Nick Hanley. Impact of varying social norm information on respondents' preferences for waste sorting at household level. Contact: kzagorska@student.uw.edu.pl.

Ewa Zawojska (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economics, Poland), Mikołaj Czajkowski, Christian A. Vossler, Wiktor Budziński, Aleksandra Wiśniewska. The role of objectively defined and subjectively perceived consequentiality in stated preference research. Contact: ewa.zawojska@gmail.com.

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