Ariane Chamoin

PhD Student

German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)
Halle-Jena-Leipzig

Puschstraße 4
04103 Leipzig


Research Interests

The focus of my thesis lies in the interlinkage between the scientific knowledge of agroecosystems with public management. I am curious about the growing idea that adoption of ’result-oriented’ programmes at the agro-environment interface could lead to better environment protection results, while decreasing the prescriptive pressure for the farmers. In particular, my emphasis is on the concept of ‘result’ and its polysemic meaning in the disciplines of scientific agrological research, environmental conservation and public management. My research explores the different perceptions behind the aforementioned concept and how it can be used for public action. To do so, I investigate how the various users of the “result-oriented” concept are conceiving and developing indicators to monitor the achievement of “results”. During this thesis, I work closely with a multi-disciplinary team of conservation environmentalists, public management researchers, public decision makers and the various stakeholders in the field.


Scientific Career

since 09/2019

PhD Student “The concept of ‘result’ at the agriculture – environment – Public Health interface : prospects for public action”. Partnering institutions include: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ | La Rochelle University (France) | German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig.
PhD Scholarship granted by the French Ministry of Agriculture.

09/2017 -
09/2018

2012 - 2017

AgroParis Tech – France
Master in environmental economics and sustainable development.

Vetagro Sup Lyon – France : Veterinary medicine School and National Veterinary Service School (ENSV)
Doctor in Veterinary medicine (DVM), with a specialisation in Veterinary Public Health in ENSV


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