Fabienne Femenia joined IFPRI in February 2011 as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Markets, Trade and Institutions Division. She is currently conducting research on the modeling of trade agreements and trade reforms under Computable General Equilibrium Model or Partial Equilibrium Analysis in order to assess consequences for developing countries. She obtained her PhD in Economics from Rennes 1 University in France in December 2010. She also holds a Master’s degree in Mathematics applied to Social Sciences. Her research focuses on agricultural policies related to markets stabilization and international trade.
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• Modeling of households’ demand in the Mirage model (with A. Bouet and D. Laborde)
• Optimal timing of agricultural policy reforms (with A. Gohin)
• Estimating censored and non-homothetic demand systems: the generalized maximum entropy approach (with A. Gohin), Working Paper SMART-LERECO WP09-12
• Dynamic modelling of agricultural policies: the role of expectation schemes. 2011. Femenia, F.; Gohin, A. Economic Modelling, 28, 1950-1958.
• Faut-il une intervention publique pour stabiliser les marchés agricoles? Revue des arguments et des questions non résolues. 2010. Femenia, F.; Gohin, A. Review of Agricultural and Environmental Studies, 59(3), 435-456.
• Impacts of Stockholding Behaviour on Agricultural Market Volatility: A Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Approach. 2010. Femenia, F. German Journal of Agricultural Economics, 59(3), 187-201.
• The decoupling of farm programs: Revisiting the wealth effect. 2010. Femenia, F.; Gohin A.; Carpentier, A. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 92(3), 836-848.
• Estimating Price Elasticities of Food Trade Functions: How Relevant is the CES-based Gravity Approach? 2009. Femenia, F., Gohin, A. 2009 Journal of Agricultural Economics, 60(2), 253-272.
• On the European Responsibility in the Agricultural Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Modelling the Impacts of the Common Agricultural Policy. Femenia, F., Gohin, A. 2009. The World Economy, 32(10), 1434-1460.