Danielle Galliano

Danielle Galliano
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE) | INRAE · Agro-écologie, Innovations et Territoires (AGIR)

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January 2008 - December 2016
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
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  • Managing Director
July 2007 - present
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
Position
  • Director of Research in Economics

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Publications (105)
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This paper aims to contribute to enlarge a geography of eco-innovation. The objective is to study what kind of spatial externalities (specialization, related and unrelated variety) has the most positive impact on eco-innovation, according to firm’s location (rural, peri-urban, urban). We empirically test this framework using a hurdle negative binom...
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La transition sociétale vers une production alimentaire plus écologique passe par l'adoption des pratiques agroécologiques. Ce papier a pour objectif d'explorer les déterminants de l'adoption des 10 différentes pratiques agroécologiques des exploitations agricoles. En s'appuyant sur le cadre analytique de l'économie de l'innovation, nous explorons...
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The circular economy is a new economic model that breaks with the linear model. It is more respectful of the environment and is often presented as an opportunity for sustainable development. From a literature review on this issue, the objective of our article is to focus on the territorial dimension of the circular economy. We present the main issu...
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Understanding the relationship between the organizational characteristics of a farm and its environmental performance is essential to support the agro-ecological transition of farms. This is even more important as very few studies on the subject have been undertaken and as there is a growing diversity of organizational forms of farms that differ fr...
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Facilitating the circulation of resources and knowledge in territories is a key dimension in the transition to a circular economy. The purpose of this article is to identify the factors and dynamics of development of circularity at meso-economic level through the study of the eco-innovations on which it is based. We study collective methanization p...
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Understanding the processes related to the adoption of best environmental practices is an important challenge to support the transition to more sustainable agriculture. Our paper aims to contribute to this issue by analyzing the relation between farm's organizational design and environmental performance. We used data of 47562 dairy farms from the 2...
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A growing literature highlights the development of specific innovative patterns in peripheral areas and the need to better understand how and why firms can innovate despite the absence of agglomeration effects. These peripheral areas can, among other things, offer local resources (material and immaterial) for developing environmental innovations. T...
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A major sustainability challenge in European agriculture is to develop legume production. But organizing new legume supply-chains is a knowledge-intensive process, due to low past investment. In particular, technical knowledge development on crop production requires strong coordination between stakeholders. Even if contractual coordination in the a...
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This chapter aims to further our understanding of the governance mechanisms that might best support a territorialised agroecological transition (TAET). The challenge of governance is to coordinate the actions of a multitude of actors and to integrate different dimensions of agroecology. This challenge is portrayed as important in the sustainable ag...
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This chapter aims to further our understanding of the governance mechanisms that might best support a territorialised agroecological transition (TAET). The challenge of governance is to coordinate the actions of a multitude of actors and to integrate different dimensions of agroecology. This challenge is portrayed as important in the sustainable ag...
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Cet article étudie la nature et l’intensité de la complémentarité entre l’innovation environnementale et les changements dans l’organisation des firmes. Nous étudions les relations de complémentarité entre les processus d’éco-innovation et les changements organisationnels et techniques. Nous analysons la question de la complémentarité en fonction d...
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Cette communication a comme objectif de contribuer à l’analyse des déterminants de la performance environnementale des exploitations agricoles et plus spécifiquement les liens entre formes d’organisation et profil environnemental des exploitations. A travers une approche originale, il propose d’analyser la performance via la notion de “ profil envi...
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Seeds are a major means for transforming farming systems and thus occupy a prominent place in the transition to more sustainable agriculture. This article analyses the conditions involved in creating and diffusing new plant breeds that have agroecological benefits, called eco-innovation varieties. By combining theories on eco-innovation processes w...
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Cet article analyse la nature et les déterminants des contrats de production entre les coopératives et leurs adhérents en grandes cultures, en France. À partir d’entretiens réalisés auprès de vingt coopératives majeures, les auteurs conduisent une analyse mobilisant les théories des contrats et l’approche basée sur les compétences. Ils montrent que...
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Coexistences et transitions dans l’agriculture [Introduction]
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Rural areas are generally considered as less innovative because of the limited agglomeration of activities found within them. There has been little research on innovation in rural areas, whereas there are many environmental innovation projects in these areas. In this study we propose an analytical framework to examine the role of internal organizat...
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Ce chapitre fait suite à l'article publié dans Regional Studies:Galliano D., Magrini M.B., Triboulet P., 2015, Location vs urbanization economies in firms' innovation performance: The case of the French industry, Regional studies, 49(11), 1840-1858.
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The objective of this paper is to analyze the influence of internal organizational structures and forms of mobilization of external resources of agro-food firms on their eco-innovative behavior and highlight their specificities in relation to other industrial sectors. An econometric model is tested on an individual dataset, representative of the Fr...
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The aim of this article is to analyze the relationship between Environmental Management System (EMS) adoption and firms’ organizational changes. The objective is to study the organizational changes associated with EMS adoption, and to shed light on the process of change and adaptation within the firm’s internal organization, as well as between the...
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This paper analyses the influence of different types of spatial externalities related to the location of firms on their innovation performance and how those externalities combine in the territories with regard to the Marshall/Jacobs dichotomy. The originality of our study also lies in the consideration of a larger definition of the firm, one that t...
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The objective of this paper is to analyse the influence of firms’ internal organisational structures and different ways of mobilising external resources on their eco-innovative intensity and observe whether, at the firm level, these determinants vary according to sectoral conditions. Using the French CIS 2008 survey, the results reveal that, beyond...
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This paper analyses the influence of different types of spatial externalities related to the location of firms on their innovation performance and how those externalities combine in the territories with regard to the Marshall-Jacobs dichotomy. The originality of this study also lies in the consideration of a larger definition of the firm, one that...
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The aim is to highlight the role of firm size in its performance for product innovation. The hypothesis tested is that the companies in order to innovate mobilize differently both internal resources and external ones linked to its spatial environment. The data come from the Community innovation survey (CIS 2008). A Heckman type model allows to take...
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The aim of this article is to analyse the factors that influence French industrial firms in their eco-innovation behaviour. Based on a general model of eco-innovations adoption, we test three models according to whether the motives for eco-innovation are related to demand, costs or regulation. An econometric model for analysing the characteristics...
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This paper considers the relationship between the adoption of electronic traceability systems (ETSs) and the organization of firms. More precisely, it analyzes the respective roles of a firm's organizational structure, and organizational changes, in the process of ETS adoption in agribusiness. We use data from the French “Organizational Changes and...
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série de la revue : "Systèmes Agroalimentaires" Introduction au dossier thématique localisation et ancrage des firmes agroalimentaires
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There is a consensus in economic geography concerning the positive influence of agglomeration economies on innovation. Usually this is captured through the type of area in which a firm's head office (HO) of the firm is located. But the location of the firm's other units could also have an impact on innovation. This article proposes to construct dif...
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GALLIANO D. and SOULIE N. Organizational and spatial determinants of the multi-unit firm: evidence from French industry, Regional Studies. This article aims to analyse the factors (internal characteristics, spatial and industrial environments) that determine the existence of multi-unit firms and the intensity of their organizational fragmentation a...
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L’objectif de cet article est d’analyser les facteurs qui influencent le comportement d’adoption d’un système informatisé de traçabilité par les firmes industrielles françaises et plus spécifiquement le rôle respectif de leurs environnements industriels et spatiaux. La traçabilité des produits, ou capacité d’identifier l’évolution des produits le l...
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This paper aims to understand what factors influence firms to adopt electronic traceability systems (ETS) and notably the respective effects of the firm's internal characteristics, its vertical relations and its external environment. Traceability systems based on information and communication technologies (ICT) allow firms to collect, track, stock...
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This paper investigates the relationship between the geography of firms and the intensity of use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Our approach to the geography of firms is multifaceted, in relation to the various characteristics of their location area(s), to their organisational fragmentation, and to their spatial organisation...
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This paper examines the relationship between technology adoption and business organizations. More precisely the objective is to show the respective role of the organization structural forms and forms of organizational change, explaining the adoption of Electronic Traceability Systems (ETS). Traceability systems based on information and communicatio...
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This article identifies the factors that lead multinational firms to internalize their international exchanges and aims to determine the impact of the implementation of the Single European Market on firms' strategies. We analyze the interaction between the microeconomic characteristics of firms and those of their environment because this interactio...
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The aim of this study is to examine the reasons why firms use ICTs at varying rates, by making a distinction between the two stages of their diffusion: their adoption and the intensity of their use. What are the differences between Internet adopters (in terms of their internal organization and external environment) that explain the intensity with w...
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Traceability, the ability to trace the origin of products throughout the supply chain, has become an instrument to assure food quality and safety in agri-food chains. This process is organized within both institutional and market constraints, yet it integrates also a technological sphere marked by the unprecedented development of information and co...
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This article aims to analyse the factors that determine the existence of multi-unit firms and that influence the intensity of their organisational fragmentation. More precisely, we identify the firm’s internal characteristics and their spatial, sectoral and competitive environments that are conducive (or not) to the adoption of a multi-unit form of...
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In this paper, we explore the intensity of ICT use in rural vs. urban industrial firms. The empirical approach developed here rests on two surveys: the COI survey conducted in 1997 on a representative sample of French industrial firms, and a recent study carried out in 2002 on all rural firms of the Midi-Pyrénées Region. The results of both studies...
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This paper aims firstly to determine the factors that lead multinational firms to internalise their international exchanges and secondly to analyse the impact of the implementation of the European Single Market on their strategies. This study is based on the “Industrial Globalisation” survey conducted by the French statistics institutes in 1993 and...
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La firme multinationale (FMN), par définition, contrôle un ensemble de filiales localisées dans différents pays. Elle dispose ainsi de la capacité d'internaliser une partie de ses échanges internationaux au sein d'un marché interne à son organisation (échanges intra-firme). De ce fait, ces échanges intra-firme (EIF) deviennent-ils la norme des écha...
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The aim of this paper is to study the adoption and diffusion process of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in firms located in low density areas. We analyse the relationships between organizational and environmental factors and the firms' ICT uses in order to reveal their communication needs. Empirical work is based on the exploitatio...
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In this paper, we consider the factors influencing the adoption of Information and Communication Technologies ( Ict ) by firms and intend to identify the sources of inequalities in this process. We test the influence of organizational and spatial factors on the intensity of Ict use by French industrial firms, and notably the influence of the more...
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In this paper, we concentrate on different aspects of the « spatial digital divide » and seek to answer three questions : Are there still spatial inequalities in the adoption of these technologies ? Is there a so-called “second level” geographical divide characterized by important differences in the intensity of Internet use between firms that have...
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Les échanges internationaux internes aux firmes multinationales (EIF) constituent une part croissante du commerce international. L'objet de l'article est d'exploiter les résultats de la première enquête réalisée sur le thème des EIF en France, l'enquête "Mondialisation industrielle" lancée en 1994 par les Instituts statistiques français. Sur cette...
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L’objectif de ce papier est de préciser les conditions d’adoption des technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC) en s’intéressant à l’influence des déterminants liés aux structures organisationnelles et spatiales des firmes. Pour cela, nous réalisons une étude économétrique à partir de données individuelles d’entreprises portant sur...
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C HEVASSUS-LOZZA E. and G ALLIANO D. (2003) Local spillovers, firm organization and export behaviour: evidence from the French food industry, Reg. Studies 37 , 147-158. The objective of this paper is to determine the respective effects of spatial externalities (urban and industrial economies of agglomeration), specific internal characteristics (due...
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In this paper, we focus on the adoption process of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), trying to specify the influence of determinants related to the organizational and spatial structure of firms. For this purpose, our econometric study makes use of individual data of firms, concerning almost 5000 industrial French firms. This data pr...
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The aim of this paper is to define the organisational foundations of the process of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) adaption, and to show the influence of determinants related to the spatial structure of firms. We examine the existence of specificities in the adoption behaviour of agri-food firms. For this purpose, our econometric...
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L'objectif est d'identifier les fondements spatiaux du processus d'adoption des technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) et de montrer l'influence des déterminants liés à la structure organisationnelle et spatiale de la firme. Il s'agit d'examiner, dans ce cadre, l'existence de spécificités dans le comportement d'innovation des fi...
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The influence of the diffusion of information and communication technologies (ICT) on the organisation and location of firms has been the subject of an important debate in economic literature. In contrast we focus in this paper on the effects of the organisational and spatial structures and behaviours of firms on ICT adoption. These effects are tes...
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L'objectif est de tester, parmi les déterminants de la compétitivité externe des firmes, le rôle respectif des spillovers industriels (dus aux avantages comparatifs), des externalités spatiales (liées aux économies d'agglomération urbaines et industrielles), et de l'organisation interne de la firme. Pour ce faire, l'analyse économétrique, basée sur...
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Cet article analyse l'impact de l'évolution des formes dominantes d'organisation sur la géographie industrielle du système productif agro-alimentaire français. La première partie met en évidence, par le biais de la théorie des systèmes complexes de H.A. Simon, les formes et les déterminants des changements organisationnels portés par les groupes in...
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L'agroalimentaire du Languedoc-Roussillon, comme toute industrie régionale, peut être analysé comme une combinaison de différents types d'organisation qui influenceront, à des degrés divers, ses structures et son mode de fonctionnement. La première partie du document élabore le cadre méthodologique de l'analyse des "modèles d'organisation" des firm...
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La littérature en économie internationale reconnaît l'importance croissante des échanges intra-firme (30% du commerce mondial). L'objet de cet article est de tester empiriquement l'influence différente des déterminants des échanges sur les marchés interne et externe à la firme. Les résultats obtenus, dans le cas des multinationales agro-alimentaire...
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Pourquoi les entreprises optent-elles pour des échanges intra-firme et en quoi ce choix influence-t-il leur volume d'exportations ? En France, par exemple, ils représentent le tiers des exportations industrielles et près d'un quart des exportations agro-alimentaires en 1997. L'importance croissante des ces échanges met au premier plan, dans l'analy...
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Cet article mobilise la théorie des systèmes complexes de H. A. Simon (1981) afin de démontrer les fondements structurels et dynamiques de l'organisation en groupe de sociétés qui domine le système productif français. L'objectif est de mettre en évidence l'importance de la forme d'organisation pour la dynamique et les performances des firmes. Cette...
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Dans les études empiriques sur le commerce international, les échanges intra-groupe ont été quelque peu négligés en raison de manque de données (notamment de la part des pays européens). Cette étude analyse ce type d'échanges dans l'industrie agro-alimentaire française. Elle se base sur l'exploitation d'une toute première étude menée sur le sujet p...
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Les groupes réalisent 86 % des exportations et 41 % des importations de l'agro-alimentaire. Leur excédent est ainsi trois fois supérieur à celui de la branche dans son ensemble. Près de 30 % du commerce extérieur agro-alimentaire des groupes sont des échanges intra-firme. Consécutifs à l'investissement direct à l'étranger, ces flux participent à la...
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Ce numéro spécial de la revue a pour objectif de mieux appréhender l'importance et le rôle des firmes multinationales à la fois dans la théorie économique, par une remise en cause des approches traditionnelles de l'économie internationale, et dans le domaine spécifique des industries agro-alimentaires. Après les communications de M. Rainelli (Unive...
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Economie agricole et agro-alimentaireA également fait l'objet d'une communication à l'Ecole chercheurs de l'INRA/ESR : Economie des institutions, les 14-18/09/1992 à Soustons
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A partir d'une réflexion sur les fondements de l'organisation en groupe, l'ouvrage se propose d'analyser l'évolution des structures et des comportements stratégiques des groupes de l'agro-alimentaire français. La première partie présente trois facettes de la notion de groupe : l'objet théorique, l'objet statistique et la réalité économique. On y mo...
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Les groupes de sociétés constituent, de manière croissante, les acteurs dominants (71 % du chiffre d'affaires des IAA) de l'industrie agro-alimentaire régionale. Organisé autour du tryptique unité locale/groupe d'appartenance/contexte industriel, ce rapport donne, en premier lieu, un panorama du rôle des groupes dans l'évolution des structures et d...
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Dans sa configuration française, l'organisation en groupes de sociétés présente des caractéristiques financières et de contrôle spécifiques dont les formes d'évolution sont mises en évidence depuis le début des années 70. L'auteur laisse entendre que ce mode d'organisation est associé à de meilleures performances découlant d'une efficacité interne...
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Depuis dix ans l'emprise des groupes sur le secteur s'est accentuée. Leurs performances économiques et l'orientation croissante des firmes vers cette forme d'organisation amènent à s'interroger sur l'existence d'une plus grande efficacité organisationnelle des groupes comparée à celle des entreprises indépendantes. L'analyse comparative des deux ty...
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Cet article étudie l'influence de l'organisation sur les performances des entreprises. Il examine, dans une première partie, le mode d'organisation français en groupes de sociétés et le situe entre la forme en M américaine et le modèle J de la firme japonaise. Deux caractéristiques sont particulièrement mises en évidence : le mode de financement, l...
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Présentation du séminaire qui s'est tenu à l'INRA à Paris le 5 février 1991, à l'initiative du groupe thématique "Statistiques et IAA" du département Economie et Sociologie Rurales. Ce séminaire, fruit d'une préoccupation théorique relative à la pertinence des travaux sur le secteur au regard de l'analyse de la firme a réuni sept intervenants : O....
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[eng] This article presents the methodological bases and analytics consequences of a group's study in the area of the French statistical System. First, the statistical definition of group is enriched by a comparison with the economic concept. On this basis and using the « Enquête Liaisons Financières », food industry groups are classified according...