Analyses, debates, meetings
Studies and publications
Governance of airport areas: the cases of Stockholm and Amsterdam
Note rapide Governance, #9
Airports, large cities’ international points of entry, are essential to the connectivity and proper functioning of these cities, now dominated by flows. Metropolisation is impelling their role to evolve, from simple transport infrastructure facilities into instruments of ...
October 2017 Tanguy Le Goff, Pauline Zeiger
Pittsburgh: from urban revitalisation to gentrification
Note rapide International #8
Today, after decades of industrial, economic and demographic decline, the city of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) is cited as an exemplary instance of successful urban revitalisation. This study of the city’s revitalisation has focused on the emblematic Lawrenceville neighbourhood ...
August 2017 O'hanna Jingand
Managing the developing cities
Since 1975, the number of cities with populations of over 10 million has grown from 4 to 25, essentially in developing countries. The fundamental issue of urban governance About forty major metropolises constitute major relays for the world economy, while the other large ...
December 2001 IAU île-de-France, APUR
GIS for involvement and decision-making
30 French experiences
The Geographic Information System (GIS) has become today’s ideal decision aid instrument for territories as different as a city, a conurbation, a region and sometimes even an entire country. Not only information and management… A GIS is basically the necessary combination ...
June 2001 IAU île-de-France, CNIG, ISTED
Outlook on town planning policy
Cahiers, no. 123
Over the last fifteen years IAU îdF has been pursuing and improving its understanding of the council flat areas that are affected by town planning policy. Town planning policy increasingly complex to assess in terms of effectiveness Town planning policy will have seen many ...