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Mot-clé : Thèmes essentiels d'actualité Jean-Philippe Cavaillé (coordinateur)_x
Source: HAL

Is regionalising water policy a guarantee of environmental efficacy ? : Diachronic analysis of water management systems in the Drome valley (1970-2011)

Girard, Sabine (13 sep. 2012)

River contracts and Plans for Water Development and Management are some of the new public action instruments aiming to improve environmental efficacy through regionalisation. Research suggests the hypothesis that this efficacy depends on how actors implementing these systems apprehend their regional ...

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Source: HAL

Les faiseurs de ville et la littérature : lumières sur un star-system contemporain et ses discours publics. Des usages de la littérature au service de l'action des grands architectes-urbanistes

Molina, Géraldine (4 oct. 2010)

In the current project, we analyzed the process through which contemporary stars of architecture and urban planning legitimize their actions on the city. In particular, we investigated their different uses of literature and the different functions they play in their public speeches. Indeed, literary ...

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Source: HAL

From urban transport planning to sustainable management of mobility : know-how developments and French professionals network transformations

Debizet, Gilles (1 march 2004)

Président du jury : Francis BEAUCIRE, Professeur à l'Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Membres du jury : Michel GARIEPY, Professeur à l'Université de Montréal Jean-Marc OFFNER, Directeur de Recherche (INRETS LATTS) ENPC Paris Frank SCHERRER, Professeur à l'Université de Lyon II Louis ...

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Source: HAL

The 1% housing tax system : the involvement of an institution co-managed by social partners in the elaboration of public policy : creation, loss of legitimacy and the reimposition of state control

Meunier, Jules (26 nov. 2013)

By transferring to public authorities the capacity to decide on the employment(use) of the Participation of the employers in the effort of construction ( PEEC), the law of mobilization for the accommodation(housing) and the fight against social exclusion of March 25th, 2009 transformed in depth the ...

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Source: HAL

The Regions, Public Transport, and the Dynamics of Public Policy

Sylvain, Barone (8 dec. 2008)

In 2002, the regionalization of public policy reached a new stage at the end of a five year experimentation, with the transfer to the Regions of a new responsibility in public transport. This doctoral thesis is an attempt at understanding on what factors regional transport policies depend, and what ...

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Source: Fabula

Fabula, la recherche en littérature

Équipe de recherche Fabula 

Fabula, actualités et ressources pour la recherche et les études littéraires : revue, annonces de colloques et d'appels à contribution, parutions, comptes rendus critiques et débats

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Source: HAL

The Little School of the Two Cities, origins and contribution of the Sunday School movement to the development of popular education un France from 1814 to 1902, a 'pan-anthropic' model of education

Ruolt, Anne (20 sep. 2010)

Though contemporary historiography is quasi-unanimous, referring to the French Revolution and to Condorcet's Rapport sur l'instruction to establish the birth of (French) education of the masses, according to Mallinson Sunday Schools (SdS) are the 'true beginning of public education, open to all ...

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Source: HAL

Arguments, Politicisation and Legitimisation of a Policy Solution : the Case of Light Rail

Demongeot, Benoît, (30 march 2011)

This thesis deals with the success of light rail schemes in French and European cities. It considers successively light rail as a generic policy solution, a spatialised project and a policy output. In such way it questions the "reinvention" of the solution in 1970s France. Then the analysis dwells ...

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Source: HAL

The aesthetic challenge in land-planning: towards a milieu based prospective method. The case of very high voltage lines (Lot) and windturbines (Aveyron and Aude)

Labussiere, Olivier (30 nov. 2007)

From the 1990's onwards, the land-planning of electric equipment (very high-voltage lines and windturbines) goes through increasing aesthetic claims. This helps making land-planning closer to landscape - siting. These two tendencies reveal a well-established concern for milieu in our days. This ...

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Source: HAL

The emergence of a regional land policy in Brittany: from issues identification to the creation of a State “Établissement public foncier”

Dupont, Josselin (6 nov. 2014)

During the last decades, we have experienced a general rise of real estate prices as well as the reinforcement of sustainable development issues. This resulted in a "renewal" of land policy in France, with the development of “Etablissements publics fonciers” (EPF). At the same time, there is a ...

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