Lecture: Geographical scales of economic inequality

28 October 2019 12:30 till 13:30 - Location: Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, 01 West 060 - By: Communication BK

On 28 October, Clémentine Cottineau gives the lecture 'Geographical scales of economic inequality'.

How do inequality at the national scale and segregation at the urban scale interact and impact each other over time? Can we reconcile the different disciplinary frameworks that are used to analyse and explain them? How to evaluate the impact of socioeconomic policies beyond their scale of application? These are the kinds of questions addressed in the research programme by Cottineau at CNRS. During this lecture, Cottineau will present some of the foundation work she conducted to establish the feasibility of the research programme. She will also explore if there are areas for future collaboration with the new Urban Studies group at TU Delft.

Clémentine Cottineau is CNRS researcher at the Centre Maurice Halbwachs in Paris and an honorary research associate from the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis of University College London in the UK.


The event is free to all. Register with Karin Visser to attend.