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24, chemin de Borde Rouge –Auzeville – CS52627
31326 Castanet Tolosan CEDEX - France

Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE)

170th EAAE Seminar

170th EAAE Seminar

Participants of an EAAE Seminar have to be members of the EAAE at the time of registration for the Seminar.

For those who are not yet member, the EAAE membership fee is 150 Euro for the period 2019 – 2021 to be paid in advance of registration to the EAAE via the website of the EAAE:

  • Early-bird registration: €200

Start of early-bird registration: February 28, 2019

  • Normal registration: €250

Start of regular registration: April 15, 2019

  • Students will benefit from a discounted rate of €100.

 The fee includes two lunches, one dinner, coffee breaks and conference materials.

The conference dinner on Thursday night will take place in a nice restaurant in the city center is included in the registration fee. Yet we would like to know if you intend to participate on the registration form.

Please contact the organisers if you face difficulties in funding your trip. Priorities for support will be given to participants from less developed regions.

Tour on Friday afternoon

Two tours will be organized:

  • Montpellier City tour with a guide, 14h30-16h30 p.m., 8 €                                                
  • Visit of a vineyard, 10 km from Montpellier, 14-17 p.m., 30 €      

The “Domaine du Chapitre” covers 35 hectares of vines and 5 hectares of olive-trees. It is located in a beautiful place between sea and logoon, where flamingoes are usual hosts.

Mode of payment
Credit cards
  • CB
  • Visa
  • Master Card

Online payment through secure link

Bank Transfer in Euros
For transfers within France (RIB)
Account holder   
 2 place Pierre Viala
 34060 Montpellier cedex01, France 
 Bank name :  DRFIP de l’Hérault
 334 allée Henry 2 de Montmorency
 Code Bank 10071
 Code Guichet 34000
 N°Compte 00001003515
Clé 31
Bank Transfer in Euros
For international transfers

IBAN : International Bank Account Number
FR76  1007  1340  0000  0010  0351  531
BIC : Bank Identifier Code

To ensure that the payment is credited
to your registration,
please make sure that "JREM2020", 
and the name of the participant are indicated

Order Form

(Inra staff and employees of institutions)

  • The order form
  • Copy of your registration summary

To the address indicated below :

Delphine Mennela
UMR1110 MOISA 27
Centre INRA Montpellier
2 place Pierre Viala - Bât 26
34060 Montpellier cedex 02

Registration closed on Friday 17 May 2019