Marion Desquilbet, and Markus Hermann, “The dynamics of pest resistance management: the case of refuge fields for Bt crops”, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Ottawa: Canadian Agricultural Economics and Farm Management Society, vol. 64, n. 2, June 2016, pp. 253–288.
Marion Desquilbet, and Sylvaine Poret, “How do GM/non GM coexistence regulations affect markets and welfare?”, European Journal of Law and Economics, Springer Netherlands, vol. 37, February 2014, pp. 51–82.
Marion Desquilbet, Bruno Dorin, and Denis Couvet, “Land sharing ou land sparing pour la biodiversité: Comment les marchés agricoles font la différence”, Innovations Agronomiques, vol. 32, 2013, pp. 377–389.
Stefan Ambec, and Marion Desquilbet, “Regulation of a Spatial Externality: Refuges versus Tax for Managing Pest Resistance”, Environmental and Resource Economics, Springer Netherlands, vol. 51, n. 1, January 2012, pp. 79–104.
David S. Bullock, and Marion Desquilbet, “On the proportionality of EU spatial ex ante coexistence regulations: A comment”, Food Policy, vol. 35, n. 1, February 2010, pp. 87–90.
David S. Bullock, and Marion Desquilbet, “Who pays the costs of non-GMO segregation and identity preservation?”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 91, n. 3, August 2009, pp. 656–672.
Denis Bourguet, Marion Desquilbet, and Stéphane Lemarié, “Regulating Insect Resistance Management: The case of non-Bt corn refuges in the US”, Journal of Environmental Management, n. 76, 2004, pp. 210–220.
David S. Bullock, and Marion Desquilbet, “The economics of non-GMO segregation and identity preservation”, Food Policy, n. 27, 2002, pp. 81–99.
Marion Desquilbet, A. Gohin, and Hervé Guyomard, “La nouvelle réforme de la politique agricole commune : une perspective internationale”, Économie et Statistique, n. 329, 1999, pp. 13–33.
Marion Desquilbet, and Hervé Guyomard, “Agricultural Export Subsidies and Intermediate Goods Trade: Comment”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, n. 80, 1998, pp. 422–425.
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