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Approche comparative des réformes régionales au nord et au sud de la Méditerranée

Period: 2015 - 2017

After more than 30 years of relative stability of their administrative organization, French and Tunisian governments have declared their intention to engage a strong reorganization of their various administrative levels. Indeed they are considered as no more adapted to current state of economy and society. Despite the fact that this reform are enhanced in different historical and political paths, projects presented by France and Tunisia offer a number of common points : reducing the number (...)

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Urb’India

Period: 2017 - 2019

The main object of this collaboration is to create a database combining data on cities dispersed between Geographie-cité and Center for Policy Research. The open up of this big multivariate and extremely detailed set of data constitutes a unique window of opportunity to embark into a fundamental dynamic of research and being able to respond many innovative questions linked with the urbanization of the world such as urban transformation and access to infrastructures, socio-spatial (...)

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Une approche relationnelle des effets sur la santé en ville

Period: 2017 - 2019

"A relational approach to place-based effects on health inequalities in Paris and Montreal"
Among place characteristics which may influence health, access to various urban facilities (such as health care facilities but also commercial, cultural, transportation and leisure facilities) has a great importance. In the project we propose to reconsider the notion of accessibility to facilities in urban settings following a relational approach to place. The objective is to create some measures (...)

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Prospective Nationale de Recherche Urbaine

Durée : 2015-2018

Le CNRS a engagé au printemps 2015 une démarche de Prospective Nationale de Recherche Urbaine sous la responsabilité scientifique de Sabine Barles (Géographie-cités), Nathalie Blanc (Ladyss) et Olivier Coutard (LATTS). La démarche, qui souhaite associer l’ensemble de la communauté scientifique, est structurée par un comité de pilotage. La PNRU a ouvert un veste chantier dédié à la recherche urbaine à travers notamment sept journées de séminaire et une école thématique du CNRS en septembre 2016 (Voir (...)

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