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Les équipements du quotidien en France : un facteur d'attractivité résidentielle et de développement des territoires ?

Abstract : Many worry about the rural renew or demographic expansion of small towns (social and environmental impacts of commuting). In a context of willingness density city by city planners, researchers, this paper proposes to observe and analyze the centrality of daily mobility of population. This paper shows the complexity of the French daily mobility. Analysis of these mobilities is made ​​from ordinary supply of equipment. This work shows that small towns and large town centers (between 3,000 and 20,000 inhabitants) are proportionally as well equipped as medium and large cities. Finally, this study explains that the presence of this equipment is a factor for the territories to attract new residents. Facilities, shops and services would participate in the sustainable territorial development, combining residential economy and productive economy, which the campaigns are not excluded.
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Magali Talandier, Valérie Jousseaume. Les équipements du quotidien en France : un facteur d'attractivité résidentielle et de développement des territoires ?. Norois, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2013, 1-2013 (226), pp.7-23. ⟨halshs-00856866⟩

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