Researcher, Senior Lecturer in Economics at the Artois University (France)
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Olivier Petit is an Associate Professor in economics at the University of Artois and a researcher at Clersé (CNRS-University of Lille). His work focuses mainly on groundwater management and on biodiversity issues, with an interdisciplinary perspective. Among his publications, he participated in the coordination in 2015 of a special issue of the journal Environmental Policy and Governance entitled “Ecological Economics and Institutional Dynamics ” and more recently, of a special section on the political and social stakes of the ecological economics of water for the journal Ecological Economics. In charge of ecological and social action at the University of Artois, he co-directs the Master’s degree in “Development of Territories, Planning and Environment” at the same university. Former co-editor of the journal Développement durable et territoires (2010-2020), he is currently one of the editors of the journal Ecological Economics and co-directs the Ecopolis book series (Peter Lang publishing).