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Évaluer les déterminants du bien-être sur un territoire. : Illustration à travers le cas d’une commune rhônalpine

Abstract : This paper follows on from other works on the theme of well-being, combining characteristics of the utilitarian and capability approaches, while placing emphasis on the spatial dimension. It proposes to develop and test a method that makes it possible to: (1) identify those factors that potentially contribute to a territory’s well-being; and (2) use individuals’ reported preferences to determine those territories where their levels of well-being would be highest or lowest. After presenting the method developed (involving a set of illustrated cards and a multiple-criteria decision-making process), this method was applied to an isolated rural community in central France. Natural amenities and accessibility to public services stood out as the primary components of respondents’ well-being, with certain settlements on the edges of urban areas – along transport routes and in the Loire plain (between Saint-Étienne and Roanne) – emerging as the places where their well-being would be highest.
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Lise Bourdeau-Lepage, Pauline Texier, Hugo Carré. Évaluer les déterminants du bien-être sur un territoire. : Illustration à travers le cas d’une commune rhônalpine. Revue d'économie régionale et urbaine, Armand Colin, 2018, pp.775-803. ⟨10.3917/reru.184.0775⟩. ⟨halshs-01930308⟩

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