maître de conférences - ecological economics, institutional economics, water resource economics
groundwater governance, integrated water resources management, irrigation, ecosystem services, sustainable development
Olivier Petit is Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Artois (Faculty of Economics, Management, Administration and Social Sciences) and researcher at Clersé (CNRS-University of Lille). After studying environment and development economics (B.A. University of Maine, Le Mans; and University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne; M.A. and PhD University of Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines) he was appointed as Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Artois in September 2003. Furthermore, he is a permanent member of Clersé, since September 2007.
Olivier Petit is an economist who writes, researches and teaches on ecological and institutional economics, with an emphasis on public policy and governance issues, especially in the field of water.
April 2020 - New Special section published in Ecological Economics on the topic "Ecological Economics of Water: Social and Political Perspectives"