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Séminaire de recherche à Rio de Janeiro (28-29 Août 2008). "Evidenced based Policy" in Agricultural and Environmental Policies

Ce séminaire de recherche a regroupé une soixantaine de personnes : chercheurs brésiliens, sud-africains et français, et des représentants de...
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EuroScience Open Forum

The participants of the research program EBP BIOSOC will organize two panel sessions at the EuroScience Open Forum, organised in Torino (Italy),...
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Annual symposium of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (2009, February 12th-16th, Chicago).

Workshop « Plurality of Science and Connectivity Between Research and Policy Making ».
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Offre de thèse en économie dans l'équipe AIDDA (INRA SAD, Paris)

Le « back-office » des services : effet de la privatisation du conseil agricole sur le type et le niveau des preuves mobilisées pour raisonner la...
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Pluralité des connaissances scientifques et intervention publique.

Le projet EBP-BIOSOC.

Le projet "Validité des connaissances scientifiques et intervention publique: le cas de l'agriculture dans le développement durable" (acronyme: EBP-BIOSOC) vise à analyser la façon dont la validité empirique des connaissances scientifiques disponibles est évaluée et prise en compte dans l’intervention publique mettant en jeu les relations agriculture / conservation de la biodiversité / cohésion économique. La recherche s'appuie sur des tests d'hypothèse réalisés dans trois contextes politiques différents (France, Brésil, Afrique du Sud). Elle met en jeu des connaissances issues des sciences sociales, des sciences bio-techniques, de l’écologie et de la philosophie des sciences. Ce programme bénéficie d'un financement de l'Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) dans l'appel d'offre Agriculture et Développement Durable (ADD).

Vous trouverez ici une présentation des principaux résultats de ce programme (download.pdf)