L’informalité politique en ville. 8 chercheurs et 9 villes face aux modes de gouvernement urbain

Abstract : In 2010, a collective of 8 geographers and sociologists launched the research program “Informality, Power and the Other Side of Urban Spaces - Inverses”. This text is a description of the process and different stages followed by the research group, as well as the approaches used to develop a shared analytical framework, and the positioning of its thesis and findings in relation to contemporary questions on urban power. It furthermore presents how political informality has emerged as a key notion to understanding modes of urban government, taking into account the different forms of arrangement in presence in the cities studied.
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Nicolas Bautes, G. Muthusankar, C. Proisy, D. Balasubramanian, R. Bhalla, et al.. L’informalité politique en ville. 8 chercheurs et 9 villes face aux modes de gouvernement urbain. L'Espace Politique, EA 2076 HABITER - Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, 2016, 85 (29), pp.1446-1450. ⟨10.4000/espacepolitique.3806⟩. ⟨halshs-02383491⟩

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