Gaëlle Leduc is employed as a Phd student and is part of the large EU project of LIFT (https://www.lift-h2020.eu/) (Low-Input Farming Terrirotries) which aims at identifying and understanding how socio-economic and policy drivers impact on the development of ecological approaches to farming and assess the performance and sustainability of such approaches. Gaëlle is specifically focusing on behavioral factors influencing farmers' adoption of ecological practices. She uses both quantitative and qualitative methods to study that topic. Her studies focalize both on Sweden and other EU countries. She has been a visiting student researcher at UC Berkely during her PhD.
Gaëlle holds a Research Master in economics from the Paris School of Economics and a second master on Global Political Economy from Stockholm University. Prior to her PhD studies, Gaëlle was an intern at the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and the OFCE (Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques).
2021: Teacher in Agricultural Policy and International Trade, Undergraduate level
Leduc, G., Manevska-Tasevska, G., Hansson, H., Arndt, M., Bakucs, Z., Böhm, M., ... & Rusu, M. (2021). How are ecological approaches justified in European rural development policy? Evidence from a content analysis of CAP and rural development discourses. Journal of Rural Studies, 86, 611-622.
Leduc, G., Hansson, H., Ebba Engström, Mary Ryan, Larissa Billaudet, Farmers’ perceived values in organic and conventional farming: a comparison of French, Irish and Swedish farmers using the Means-end chain approach (manuscript)
Leduc, G., Hansson, H., Farmers’ incentives for adopting ecological practices – A study of Swedish agriculture using structural equation modeling (manuscript)
Thompson, B., Leduc, G., Hansson, H., Manevska-Tasevska, G., Toma, L, Drivers for farmers’ adoption of sustainable farming practices – a systematic review across drivers (manuscript)