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Research interests

  • Environmental Economics
  • Renewable Resources and Conservation
  • Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth

SALLES Jean-Michel

Research Professor Faculty

PhD

  • 1991
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Office Montpellier Supagro - INRAE
Bâtiment 26
2 place Pierre Viala
34060 MONTPELLIER CEDEX 2
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Publications

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Perceptions of ecosystem services and bonds with nature: the case of fish-farming ponds in France

Rey-Valette HeleneSalles Jean-MichelBlayac Thierry
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Ecological Economics
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Services provided by multifunctional agroecosystems: Questions, obstacles and solutions

Stokes Alexia, Bocquého Géraldine, Carrere Pascal, Salazar Raphaël Conde, Deconchat Marc, Garcia Léo, Gardarin Antoine, Gary Christian, Gaucherel Cédric, Gueye Mamadou, Hedde Mickael, Lescourret Françoise, Mao Zhun, Quérou Nicolas, Rudi Gabrielle, Salles Jean-MichelSoubeyran RaphaelSubervie Julie, Vialatte Aude, Vinatier Fabrice, Thomas Marielle
2023
Ecological Engineering
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Formalizing a Two-Step Decision-Making Process in Land Use: Evidence from Controlling Forest Clearcutting Using Spatial Information

Jabbour Chady, Hoayek Anis, Salles Jean-Michel
2023
Land
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The nature of economic costs of biological invasions

Vaissière Anne-Charlotte, Courtois Pierre, Courchamp Frank, Kourantidou Melina, Christophe Diagne, Essl Franz, Kirichenko Natalia, Welsh Michael, Salles Jean-Michel
2022
Biological Invasions
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Invasive alien species as simultaneous benefits and burdens: trends, stakeholder perceptions and management

Kourantidou Melina, Haubrock Phillip, Cuthbert Ross, Bodey Thomas, Lenzner Bernd, Gozlan Rodolphe, Nuñez Martin, Salles Jean-Michel, Diagne Christophe, Courchamp Franck
2022
Biological Invasions
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Focus CEE-M

Salles
Focus CEE-M
15 September 2022

High and rising economic costs of biological invasions worldwide

Focus article by Jean Michel Salles about the article “High and rising economic costs of biological invasions worldwide”.