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LECOCQ Franck

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Franck Lecocq is lecturer at AgroParisTech, and director of CIRED. Franck’s research focuses on the economics of climate change, including, inter alia, inter- and intra-generational equity, relationships between climate change and development, carbon markets, and the role of forests in climate policy. Franck Lecocq is a lead author of the IPCC 4th and 5th Assessment Reports (Working Group III). He is also a member of the French Economic Council for Sustainable Development.

Before joining CIRED, Franck was deputy director of the Laboratory of Forestry Economics in Nancy, France, and economist at the World Bank Development Economics Research Group (DECRG). Franck Lecocq is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique. He holds a PhD in economics from ENGREF and an habilitation to supervise research from Universite Paris Dauphine.

Contacts

- Tel : +33 1 43 94 73 63

- Mail : lecocq[@]centre-cired.fr

Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

- Lecocq, F., Shalizi, Z. 2014. The economics of targeted mitigation in infrastructure, Climate Policy 14(2):187–208. DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2014.861657

- Brunette, M., Costa, S., Lecocq, F. 2014. The economics of species change subject to risk of climate change and increasing information: a (quasi-)option value analysis, Annals of Forest Science 71(2):279–290. DOI: 10.1007/s13595-013-0281-0

- Ürge-Vorsatz, D., S. Tirado Herrero, N. K. Dubash, F. Lecocq. 2014. Measuring the Co-Benefits of Climate Change Mitigation, Annual Review of Environment and Resources 39: 549–582. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-environ-031312-125456

- Viguié, V., F. Lecocq, J.-M. Touzard. 2014. Viticulture and Adaptation to Climate Change, Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 39: 55–60.

- Caurla, S., P. Delacote, F. Lecocq, J. Barthès, A. Barkaoui. 2013. Combining an inter-sectoral carbon tax with sectoral mitigation policies: Impacts on the French forest sector, Journal of Forest Economics 19(4):450–461. DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2013.07.111

- Caurla S. ; Delacote P. ; Lecocq F. ; Barkaoui A. : Stimulating fuelwood consumption through public policies: An assessment of economic and resource impacts based on the French Forest Sector Model, Energy Policy, 2013, 63, pp. 338–347. DOI : 10.1016/j.enpol.2013.07.111

- Waisman, H., C. Guivarch, F. Lecocq. 2013. The transportation sector and low-carbon growth pathways: modelling urban, infrastructure, and spatial determinants of mobility, Climate Policy 13(1):106–129.

- Lecocq, F., J.-C. Hourcade. 2012. Unspoken ethical issues in the climate affair: Insights from a theoretical analysis of negotiation mandates, Economic Theory 49:445–471.

- Sauquet, A., F. Lecocq, P. Delacote, S. Caurla, A. Barkaoui, S. Garcia. 2011. Estimating Armington elasticities for sawnwood and application to the French Forest Sector Model, Resource and Energy Economics 33(4):771–781.

- Delacote, P., F. Lecocq. 2011. Fuelwood, timber and climate change: Insights from forest sector modeling–An introduction, Journal of Forest Economics 17(2):107–109.

- Lecocq F., P. Delacote, S. Caurla, A. Barkaoui, A. Sauquet. 2011. Paying for forest carbon or stimulating fuelwood demand? Insights from the French Forest Sector Model, Journal of Forest Economics 17(2):157–168.

- Lecocq, F. 2011. Commentaires : croissance durable, mesurons-nous bien le défi ? Revue d’Economie du Développement 11(2-3):251–255.

- Shalizi, Z., F. Lecocq. 2010. To Mitigate or to Adapt: Is that the Question? Observations on an appropriate response to the Climate Change Challenge to Development Strategies, World Bank Research Observer 25(2):295–321.

- Sathaye, J., F. Lecocq, E. Masanet, A. Najam, R. Schaeffer, R. Swart, H. Winkler. 2009. Opportunities to change development pathways toward lower greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency. Energy Efficiency 2(4):317–337.

- Heshmatol Vaezin, S.M., J.L. Peyron, F. Lecocq. 2009. A simple generalization of the Faustmann formula to tree level. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39(4):699–711.

- Lecocq, F., P. Ambrosi. 2007. The Clean Development Mechanism: History, Status, and Prospects, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 1(1):134–151.

- Lecocq, F. 2006. Les marchés carbone dans le monde, Revue d’Economie Financière (83):13–30.

- Lecocq, F., J.-C. Hourcade. 2004. Le taux d’actualisation contre le principe de précaution? Leçons à partir du cas des politiques climatiques, L’actualité Economique 80(1):41–65.

- Chomitz, K.M., F. Lecocq. 2004. Temporary Sequestration Credits: An Instrument for Carbon Bears, Climate Policy 4(1):65–74.

- Lecocq, F. 2003. Pioneering Transactions, Catalyzing Markets and Building Capacity: the Prototype Carbon Fund Contributions to Climate Policies, Proceedings of the 2003 ASSA Meetings, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 85(3):703–707.

- Ambrosi, P., S. Hallegatte, J.-C. Hourcade, F. Lecocq, P. Dumas, M. Ha-Duong. 2003. Optimal control models and elicitation of attitudes towards climate damages, Environmental Modeling and Assessment 8(3):133–147.

- Ha-Duong, M., J.-C. Hourcade, F. Lecocq. 1999. Dynamic consistency problems behind the Kyoto protocol, International Journal of Environment and Pollution 11(4):426–446.

- Lecocq, F., J.-C. Hourcade, M. Ha-Duong. 1998. Decision making under uncertainty and inertia constraints: sectoral implications of the when flexibility, Energy Economics 20(5/6):539–555.