I am an assistant professor in economics at University of Montpellier

in the Center for Environmental Economics - Montpellier.

Contact: antoine.pietri[at]umontpellier.fr

Curriculum Vitae : [Eng.] [Fr.]

More in my ResearchGate Page

Research Interests: conflicts, links conflicts-environment, public economics.


`Enemies with benefits': On the rationale of trading arms with an enemy, with J. Malizard, available upon request.

‘God did not save the kings’: Environmental consequences of the 1982 Falklands War, with S. Panel, November 2020.

More details on my ongoing research here.


Tous les chemins menaient au Vietnam : La tragédie de Johnson revisitée, with E. Baranets, Etudes Internationales, forthcoming.

State predation in historical perspective: The case of Ottoman Müsadere practice, 1695-1839, with Y. Arslantas and M. Vahabi, Public Choice, 2020, 182(3-4), pp. 417-442.

French arms exports and intrastate conflicts: An empirical investigation, with C. Fauconnet and J. Malizard, Defence and Peace Economics, 2019, 30(2), pp. 176-196.

How does size matter for military success? Evidence from virtual worlds, with C. D. Mildenberger, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2018, 154, pp. 137-155.

Le binge drinking est-il toujours profitable à l’industrie alcoolière ? Un modèle épidémique de la consommation d’alcool, with M. Spach, Revue Économique, 2018, 69(4), pp. 635-646. Media Coverage: Les Echos. English version [here]

Les modèles de "rivalité coercitive" dans l’analyse économique des conflits, Revue d'Économie Politique, 2017, 127(3), pp. 307-352.

The economics of empire-building: Predatory and price competitions, with T. Tazdaït and M. Vahabi, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 2017, 173(2), pp. 253-278.