gris Research Director at INRAE (French National Research Institute for     Agriculture, Food and the Environment)
gris Institution : INRAE
gris Mail : tina.rambonilaza@inrae.fr 


Selected publications

  • Rambonilaza, T. 2020. Quelles mesures compensatoires pour l’acceptation locale des projets d’infrastructures de transport d’électricité ?, Revue Française d’économie, à paraître.
  • Rambonilaza, T., Pham, T., Dachary-Bernard, J. 2019. Household willingness to pay for micropollutant removal in domestic wastewater?. Revue Economique, 70,5, p.695-715.
  • Pereau, J-Ch., Pryet, A., Rambonilaza, T. 2019, Optimality Versus Viability in Groundwater Management with Environmental Flows, Ecological Economics, vol. 161, p.109-120,
  • Joalland, O., Pereau J-Ch., Rambonilaza, T. 2019, Bargaining local compensation payments for the installation of new power transmission lines, Energy Economics,  vol. 80, issue C, p. 75-85.
  • Rambonilaza, T., Neang M., 2018- Exploring the potential of the local market in remunerating water ecosystem services in Cambodia: an application for endogenous attribute non-attendance modelling, Water Resources & Economics, Special Issue: « Inland and Marine Water Valuation: Methodological and Empirical Advances », online.
  • Drouineau H., Carter C., Rambonilaza T., Beaufaron G., Bouleau G., Gassiat A., Lambert P., Le Floch S.,  Tétard S., De Oliveira E. 2018 « River Continuity Restoration and diadromous fishes: much more than an ecological issue », Environmental management, online.
  • Boschet, C., Rambonilaza, T. 2018, “Collaborative environmental governance and transaction costs in partnerships:  Evidence from a social network approach to water management in France”, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. vol. 61, n° 1, p. 105-123.
  • Joalland, O., Rambonilaza, T. 2017, Valeur touristique des aménités environnementales et nuisances associées aux infrastructures d’énergie renouvelable : une approche hédonique spatiale, Région & Développement, 46, p.93-115.
  • Rambonilaza, T., Joalland, O., Brahic, E. 2016 “Landowner’s perception of flood risk and preventive actions in estuarine environment: an empirical investigation”, Journal of Environmental Management, Volume 180, Pages 272–279.
  • Kuentz-Simonet V., Labenne A., Rambonilaza T. – 2016, “Using ClustOfVar to construct Quality of Life indicators for vulnerability assessment – Municipality trajectories in southwest France from 1999 to 2009”, Social Indicators Research, Pages 1-25.
  • Rambonilaza, T., Brahic, É. 2016 – “Non-market values of forest biodiversity and the impact of informing the general public: Insights from generalized multinomial logit estimations”, Environmental Science and Policy, Volume 64, Pages 93-100.
  • Bel, F., Lacroix, A., Lyser, S., Rambonilaza, T., Turpin, N. – 2015. Domestic demand for tourism in rural areas: Insights from summer stays in three French regions. Tourism Management, 46, p. 562-570.
  • Rambonilaza, T., Boschet, C., Brahic, E. – 2015. Moving towards multilevel governance of wetland resources: local water organisations and institutional changes in France. Environment and Planning C-Government and Policy, vol. 33, n° 2, p. 393-411.
  • Rambonilaza, T., Amblard, L., Revol, H. – 2015. From landscape offers to landscape production: the economics of rural paths: chap. 5. Landscape and sustainable development: the french perspective, Luginbühl, Y., Howard, P., Terrasson, D. (ed.), Ashgate, Farnham, GBR, p. 63-73.
  • Dehez, J., Ben Othmen, A., Rambonilaza, T. – 2015. Tourist contribution to the financing of natural areas: the significance of non-economic motivations. Tourism, Recreation and Regional Development: Perspectives from France and Abroad, Dissart, J.C., Dehez, J., Marsat, J.B.,   (ed.), Ashgate, Farnham, GBR, New directions in tourism analysis, p. 139-153.
  • Boschet, C., Rambonilaza, T. – 2015. Integrating water resource management and land-use planning at the rural-urban interface: Insights from a political economy approach. Water Resources and Economics, vol. 9, p. 45-59.
  • Dachary Bernard, J., Rambonilaza, T. – 2012. Choice experiment, multiple programmes contingent valuation and landscape preferences: How can we support the land use decision making process?. Land Use Policy, vol. 29, n° 4, p. 846-854.
  • Gadaud, J., Rambonilaza T. – 2010. Amenity values and payment schemes for free recreation services from non-industrial private forest properties: A French case study, Journal of Forest Economics, Volume 16, Issue 4, 2010, p. 297-311.
  • Ferrari, S., Rambonilaza, T. – 2009. Agricultural Activities, Rural Areas and Natural Environment: Drawing Up the Frontiers of the Multifunctionality Concept . Rural Landscapes and Agricultural Policies in Europe, Piorr, A , Muller, K. (ed.), Springer, Heidelberg, DEU, p. 21-35.
  • Zander, P., Groot, J.C.J., Josien, E., Karpinski, I., Knierim, A., Meyer, B.C., Madureira, Rambonilaza, T., Rossing, W.A.H. – 2008. Farm models and economic valuation in the context of multifunctionality: A review of approaches from France, Germany, The Netherlands and Portugal. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, vol. 7, n° 4-5, p. 339-360 .
  • Ferrari, S., Rambonilaza, T. – 2008. Agricultural multifunctionality promoting policies and the safeguarding of rural landscapes: how to evaluate the link?. Landscape Research, vol. 33, n° 3, p. 297-309.
  • Mollard, A., Rambonilaza, T., Vollet, D. – 2007. Environmental amenities and territorial anchorage in the recreational-housing rental market: A hedonic approach with French data . Land Use Policy, vol. 24, n° 2, p. 484 – 493.
  • Madureira, L., Rambonilaza, T., Karpinski, I. – 2007. Review of methods and evidence for economic valuation of agricultural non-commodity outputs and suggestions to facilitate its application to broader decisional contexts.  Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, vol. 120, n° 1, p. 5 – 20.
  • Rambonilaza, T. , Dachary Bernard, J.  – 2007. Land-use planning and public preferences:  What can we learn from choice experiment method? . Landscape and Urban Planning, vol. 83, p. 318 – 326.