Offre de postdoc “Durabilité des chaînes alimentaires” à l’INRA (Montpellier)


A postdoctoral fellow or Master of Science with professional experience position is available at INRA in the joint research unit “Innovation and development”, Montpellier. Candidates with a recent PhD degree or MSc in agricultural economics, economic sociology, management or food studies, with emphasis in food supply chains assessment, are invited to apply.

The successful applicant will take part in the European FP7 project “GLAMUR” with Jean-Marc Touzard (researcher in Economics) and Yuna Chiffoleau (researcher in Economic sociology), collaborate with PhD students and researchers from other countries involved in the project (Italy, Spain, UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherland, Latvia). The project aims at comparing different methodologies in order to assess both local and global food supply chains. The French team will focus on vegetable and wine supply chains.

Experiences of food chains analysis, LCA, participatory assessment are expected. The candidate may also have a robust experience of survey management and statistics, as well as ability in partnership management and in translation of scientific results. A specific experience of local food chains would be a plus. Both French and English languages ability is required.

Interested applicants have to send their Curriculum Vitae with publications and research or professional experience, and names and contact details of two support persons, to Jean-Marc Touzard at and Yuna Chiffoleau at

Deadline for applications is January 31, 2014. The contract will run for one year, starting on the first of March 2014.

The compensation is about € 2000 per month. The recruited person will stay at UMR Innovation lab, located in Montpellier, Languedoc-Roussillon. She/he will benefit from all the advantages of the fulltime researchers at the INRA center.


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