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Dr. Julien FORBAT

Post-doctorant
Institute of Economics and Econometrics

Ph.D., Université de Genève

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Julien Forbat obtained his PHD in political science from the University of Geneva in 2014. His thesis analyzed environmental health policies in Europe. From 2015 to 2016, he worked as a postdoc at the University of California Irvine (UCI) focusing on cross-disciplinary issues in research teams and on the impact of technology on human well-being. Since 2017, he lectures in the new Master in Innovation, Human Development and Sustainability.

Recherche & publications

Forbat, J., Simos, J. (2017). « La santé environnementale en Europe: un exercice fictif de politique publique? ». Environnement, Risques & Santé, vol 16, n°1, pp.59-70.

Gui, X., Forbat, J., Nardi, B., Stokols, D. (2016). “Use of Information and Communication Technology Among Street Drifters in Los Angeles”. First Monday, vol. 21, n°9.

Forbat, J. (2015). “Environmental health policies in Europe: successes and failures in Switzerland, Germany and Belgium”. International Journal of Environment & Health, vol.7, n°3, pp. 231-246.

Forbat, J. (2015). “The Swiss NEHAP: why it ended”. Health Promotion International, vol. 30, n°3, pp. 716-724.

Forbat, J. (2014). « Les politiques publiques de santé environnementale en Europe : un parent pauvre du développement durable ? ». Genève, Editions SES, Université de Genève (ISBN : 978-2-88903-036-1).

Forbat, J. (2014). “Economic growth and global change” in Freedman, B. Handbook of global environmental change. Berlin, Springer (ISBN: 978-94-007-5783-7).

Forbat, J. (2014). « De la spécificité du concept de santé environnementale vis-à-vis du développement durable ». Développement durable & territoires, vol. 5, n°2.

Lawrence, R., Forbat, J. et al. (2014). « Enjeux environnementaux : le déni de la complexité ». Cosmopolis, vol.1, pp. 19-32.

Lawrence, R., Forbat, J., Zufferey, J. (forthcoming). “Rethinking conceptual frameworks and models of health and natural environments”. Health.


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