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L'analyse économique du contrôle des invasions biologiques : Une Revue de Littérature

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This paper presents a literature review on the economic analysis of biological invasions control. Invasive species are mainly human induced and could generate important damages, thus many economic analyses have focussed on biological invasions control policies. This paper summarizes a high number of recent studies to analyze conditions under which the control is efficiency.

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  • Marjolaine Frésard, 2011. "L'analyse économique du contrôle des invasions biologiques : Une Revue de Littérature," Revue d'économie politique, Dalloz, vol. 121(4), pages 489-525.
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