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Représentations de la décroissance urbaine de chaque côté de la frontière franco-allemande

Abstract : The 2000s marked the development of scientific production on the subject of shrinking cities, particularly in Europe, and led to many paradigm shifts. Researchers are then invited to mix quantitative and qualitative methods in order to better understand the process. The objective is then to advance knowledge on the complexity of shrinkage between practices, representations and governance. This article is particularly interested in the representations of the process, at a time when growth remains the norm and planning cultures specific to national territories. The heterogeneities at the border are therefore numerous and invite territorial comparisons between spaces with the same planning issues. This is particularly the case of the twin cities of Forbach (Moselle, France) and Völklingen (Saarland, Germany), which are geographically close but politically distant. They therefore offer a real diversity of representations associated with the processes of decline and its territorial responses.
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Frédérique Morel-Doridat. Représentations de la décroissance urbaine de chaque côté de la frontière franco-allemande. Revue du marketing territorial, 2021, 6. ⟨hal-03144543⟩



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