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Intégration spatiale des frontaliers à travers les activités quotidiennes. Le cas de la région métropolitaine luxembourgeoise.

Abstract : The number of cross-border workers in Luxembourg has steadily increased for over thirty years. The purpose of this article is to measure the integration of cross-border workers in Luxembourg by using the concepts of Time Geography and living spaces. The analysis focuses on the spatial and temporal organisation of the daily activities and their sequential location on both sides of the border. Thus, measuring living spaces and trip chains of cross-border workers represents the core of the methodological and analytical support. The juxtaposition of these trip chains with the living spaces allows identifying and characterising the degree of spatial integration of cross-border workers in Luxembourg. Apart from cross-border workers who are mainly shifting between their working place and their residence, the first results show a varying integration degree
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Guillaume Drevon, Philippe Gerber, Olivier Klein, Enaux Christophe. Intégration spatiale des frontaliers à travers les activités quotidiennes. Le cas de la région métropolitaine luxembourgeoise.. URBIA. Les Cahiers du développement urbain durable, Observatoire universitaire de la Ville et du Développement durable, 2014, pp.147-164. ⟨halshs-00986379⟩

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