Samuel Bates


Associate Professor – Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL Research University


After a PhD in 2006 (2007 Thesis prize in Monetary and Banking Economics from the Banque de France Research Foundation), I joined Paris-Dauphine University Economic Research Centre (LEDa) in 2007. My interdisciplinary research currently focuses the vulnerability, resilience and viability of economic or social-ecological systems. My research work articulates ecological economics, development economics, and monetary economics. I am implicated in the INSSICCA project in order to modeling the viability of animal production systems using the mathematical viability theory knowing economic and sanitary constraints of the  French West Indies context characterized by CLD pollution.

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