Interdisciplinary Research and Economics: interview with economist

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Jean Michel Salles, an economist and agricultural engineer, talks about his experience in interdisciplinary research.

In this interview, Jean Michel Salles discusses his contribution to the research conducted with ecologists, which led to the publication of the article “High and rising economic costs of biological invasions worldwide” in the journal Nature.


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