Population and Lifestyles
Studies and publications
The challenge of urban cohesion in Europe: update and public policies
Note rapide Population and Lifestyles, no. 412
How should we handle the social segregation which is dividing our most developed European cities ? In answer to this question, the IAU île-de-France conducted a comparative study on social and urban segregation in five European cities : Ile-de-France, Berlin, London, ...
February 2006 Anne-Claire Davy, Brigitte Guigou, Mariette Sagot
The Paris region's universities
Cahiers, no. 143
In an economic globalisation context, higher education, research and innovation are essential driving forces of competitiveness. They play a central role in the development of qualification, growth and employment. The University, with regard thereto, is a basic player, due ...
Taking safety into account in urban development: challenges and methodology
Note rapide Population and Lifestyles, no. 377
How can urban development meet the population's demand for safety and what solutions can be offered to urban development professionals faced with problems of insecurity ?What alternative ways are there of improving safety to methods that threaten the continuity of the urban ...
January 2005 Céline Loudier-Malgouyres
Flexibility and precariousness
Cahiers, no. 131-132
Over the last thirty years the Ile-de-France area economy has undergone far-reaching change. While enhancing its competitiveness in line with other great European metropolises and adapting to the demands of globalisation, it has also become more fragile and vulnerable to ...
The consequences of the ageing of the population
Cahiers, no. 122
In 1997, the IAU île-de-France initiated a prospective reflection on the increasing number of persons 60 and over in our society, and on its effects on retirement, services, transport, leisure activities. Over the future decades, the development of new forms of work, the ...