Monday, June 20, 2016

9:00-9:25

Welcoming coffee and registration

9:25-9:30

Opening session

9:30-10:15

Keynote lecture 1

Phoebe Koundouri: “Measuring and integrating economic values in interdisciplinary management of natural resources and other public goods: The role of information and risk”

Chair: Tina Rambonilaza

10:15-10:30

Coffee break

10:30-12:30

Thematic session 1 – Chair: Bengt Kriström

10:30-11:00

N. Jacquemet, S. Luchini, J. Shogren, V. Watson: “How to improve response consistency in discrete choice experiments? An induced values investigation”

Discussant: E. Dancke Sandorf

11:00-11:30

J. He, F. Fetue Ndefo, J. Dupras, T. Poder: “Hypothetical bias and consequentialities: Case of the value of the ecological services of the Greater Montreal Blue Belt”

Discussant: E. Zawojska

11:30-12:00

T. Kularatne, C. Wilson, L. Boon, V. Hoang: “Tourists’ before and after experience valuations: a unique choice experiment with policy implications for the nature-based tourism industry”

Discussant: A.L. Martinez-Cruz

12:00-12:30

D. Contu, E. Strazzera, S. Mourato: “Modeling individual preferences for energy sources: the case of IV generation nuclear energy in Italy”

Discussant: J. Ngouhouo Poufoun

12:30-14:00

Lunch buffet

14:00-15:30

Thematic session 2 – Chair: Phoebe Koundouri

14:00-14:30

E. Zawojska, M. Czajkowski, M. Giergiczny: “Does the number of discrete choice alternatives matter for respondents’ stated preferences? The case of tap water quality improvements”

Discussant: P. Hudson

14:30-15:00

S. Navrud, H. Lindhjem, K. Magnussen: “Valuing marine ecosystem services loss from oil spills for use in cost-benefit analysis of preventive measures”

Discussant: D. Herrera Araujo

15:00-15:30

G. Bostedt, C. Håkansson, K. Östberg: Estimating distributional effects of environmental policy in Swedish coastal environments – A walk along different dimensions

Discussant: A. Beltrán

15:30-15:45

Coffee break

15:45-16:30

Keynote lecture 2

Jordan Louviere: “You May Want to Avoid "Efficient" DCE Designs and/or Consider Quantity Choices ”

Chair: Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu

16:30-16:45

Coffee break

16:45-17:15

“Ping-pong” session 1 – Chair: Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu

16:45-17:00

V. Champonnois, O. Chanel: “How useful are (censored) quantile regressions for contingent valuation? Evidence from a flood survey”

Discussant: J. Abildtrup

17:00-17:15

D. Herrera Araujo, J.K. Hammitt: “Peeling back the onion. Using latent class analysis to uncover heterogeneous responses to stated preference surveys”

Discussant: S. Navrud

20:00

Conference dinner at Café du Port, 1 Quai Deschamps, Bordeaux

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

9:00-09:45

Keynote lecture 3

Fredrik Carlsson: (title to be announced)

Chair: Stale Navrud

9:45-10:15

“Ping-pong” session 2 – Chair: Stale Navrud

9:45-10:00

A.L. Martinez-Cruz“Handling excess zeros in count models for recreation demand analysis without apology”

Discussant: S. Luchini

10:00-10:15

P. Hudson, W.J.W. Botzen, J.K. Poussin, J.C.J.H. Aerts: “The impacts of flooding and flood preparedness on happiness: a monetisation of the tangible and intangible subjective well-being impacts”

Discussant: S. Bansal

10:15-10:30

Coffee break

10:30-12:00

Thematic session 3 – Chair: Jeanne Dachary-Bernard

10:30-11:00

S. Bansal, A. Arora, P.S. Ward: “Do farmers value rice varieties tolerant to droughts and floods? Evidence from a discrete choice experiment in Odisha, India”

Discussant: T. Kularatne

11:00-11:30

S. Mukanjari, E. Muchapondwa, E. Demeke: “Non-market valuation and park pricing: evidence from South Africa”

Discussant: L.K. Svenningsen

11:30-12:00

A. Reynaud, D. Lanzanova, C. Liquete, B. Grizzetti: “Going green? Economic valuation of a multipurpose water infrastructure in Northern Italy”

Discussant: D. Contu

12:00-13:30

Lunch buffet

13:30-15:00

Thematic session 4 – Chair: Fredrik Carlsson

13:30-14:00

J. Abildtrup, T. Horokoski, C. Piedallu, V. Perez, A. Stenger, E. Thirion: Mapping of the forest recreation service in Lorraine: applying high-resolution spatial data and travel mode information”

Discussant: E. Muchapondwa

14:00-14:30

A. Beltrán, D. Maddison, R. Elliott: “Assessing the economic benefits of structural flood protection: a repeat sales approach from the English housing market”

Discussant: R. Crastes

14:30-15:00

J. Ngouhouo Poufoun“The value of endangered forest elephants to local communities in a transboundary conservation landscape”Discussant: A. Reynaud

15:00-15:15

Coffee break

15:15-16:00

“Ping-pong” session 3 – Chair: Bénédicte Rulleau

15:15-15:30

E. Dancke Sandorf“Dishonest respondents in discrete choice experiments – An example using internet panels”

Discussant: G. Bostedt

15:30-15:45

R. Crastes, J. Zheng, M. Ojeda Cabral, D. Palma Araneda, S. Hess, P.-A. Mahieu: “Do slow respondents maximize their utility? A behavioural mixing model exploring the relationship between response time and decision rules”

Discussant: J. He

15:45-16:00

L.K. Svenningsen, B.J. Thorsen: “Climate policy and social preferences”

Discussant: V. Champonnois

16:00-16:15

Closing words

17:30

Wine tasting, La Cave d'Antoine at Cap Sciences (conference location)

Best Paper Award winner announcement