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Modèle bioéconomique appliqué à la gestion du sanglier, dégâts agricoles et prix des chasses en forêt domaniale

  • Carole. Ropars-Collet

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    (SMART - Structures et Marché Agricoles, Ressources et Territoires - Agrocampus Ouest - Institut national de la recherche agronomique (INRA) : UMR1302)

  • Philippe Le Goffe

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    (SMART - Structures et Marché Agricoles, Ressources et Territoires - Agrocampus Ouest - Institut national de la recherche agronomique (INRA) : UMR1302)

Le sanglier est à la fois une ressource et un nuisible : gibier valorisé par les chasseurs et responsable de dommages collectifs, notamment agricoles. Le papier s'intéresse au contrôle des populations de gibier. Notre analyse est basée sur un modèle bioéconomique. La population optimale correspond à la maximisation de la valeur présente de la richesse collective liée à la présence du sanglier, c'est-à-dire le flux actualisé sur un horizon infini du consentement à payer des chasseurs diminué des dommages agricoles. Nous prenons en compte la perte de bien-être d'une réduction des populations supportée par tous les chasseurs. Pour l'analyse empirique, nous avons reconstruit la dynamique des populations de sanglier à partir des données sur les dégâts agricoles. L'analyse des prix des adjudications des chasses en forêt domaniale a permis de révéler la demande de chasse au sanglier, en utilisant la méthode des prix hédonistes. Les solutions d'équilibre de long terme obtenues permettent d'apporter un éclairage sur la politique optimale de contrôle des populations de sanglier.

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Date of creation: 09 Dec 2009
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Publication status: Published - Presented, 3èmes journées INRA-SFER-CIRAD de recherches en sciences sociales, 2009, Montpellier (FR), France
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