Page personnelle

Renaud LE GOIX

Maître de conférences [Géographie physique, humaine, économique et régionale]

Renaud Le Goix, 40 y.o.. He has been an Associate Professor (Maître de conférences) since 2004 at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He holds an accreditation to supervise research (HDR, 12/2013). His doctorate research (2003) on privatization of residential estates and gated communities in the United States, aimed at demonstrating the impact of residential enclaves on segregation patterns, using spatial analysis tools on a GIS. He has expertise in urban geography, spatial analysis, modeling and mapping of social differentiation patterns, GIS. 
His research focuses on suburbanism, in France and in the US, analyzing the contextual patterns of suburban built environment (subdivisions) in terms of property values, segregation patterns, and the relationships between the private residential governance and the local government bodies. He has expertise spatial analysis of social facts, modeling and mapping of social differentiation patterns. His doctorate thesis (2003) on privatization of residential estates and gated communities in the United States, aimed at demonstrating the impact of residential enclaves on segregation patterns, using spatial analysis tools and GIS. He has been an Alliance visiting professor at Columbia University (Spring 2013), and was awarded several research grants (US. NIH 2009 ; France ANR 2007), has been a Fulbright fellow (2002) and Tocqueville Fellow (2000). He has been appointed vice-president for Research of University of Paris 1 (2009-2012), and has been in charge for the University of the preparation for the Excellence Clusters successful answers to the IDEX and LABEX CFPs (http://www.hesam.eu). Since 2012, he coordinates the Laboratory of excellence Dynamite (Territorial dynamics, http://www.hesam.eu/labexdynamite/) and is also the adjunct director of the Sorbonne university press (Publications de la Sorbonne).
Relevant publications:
–  Le Goix R., Vesselinov E. (2014). Inequality Shaping Processes and Gated Communities in US Western Metropolitan Areas. Urban Studies, Accepted, in press.
–  Le Goix R. (2013), Sur le front. Pour une approche géographique du front d’urbanisation: lotissements, voisinages, trajectoires. [On the edge. A geographical analysis of post-suburbia: subdivisions, neighborhoods, trajectories]. University Paris 1: Dept of Geography. HDR / Accreditation to supervise research dissertation. 283 p.
–  LE GOIX R., VESSELINOV E. (2012). Gated Communities and House Prices : Suburban Change in Southern California, 1980–2008. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, DOI 10.1111/j.1468-2427.2012.01139.x.
–  BOULAY G., GUEROIS M., LE GOIX R. (2011). « Acquéreurs et vendeurs dans l’inflation immobilière : une analyse des trajectoires locales à Paris et Marseille (1996-2006). ». in Données Urbaines. PUMAIN D. et MATTEI M.-F., Eds. Paris : Anthropos / Economica. Volume 6. 
–  Guérois, M. & Le Goix, R. (2009) La dynamique spatio-temporelle des prix immobiliers à différentes échelles : le cas des appartements anciens à Paris (1990-2003) Cybergeo n ̊470 [http://www.cybergeo.eu/index22644.html], 25 p.
rlegoix_photo_off_948801bdd4.jpg

UMR 8504 - Géographie-Cités
13 rue du Four 75006 PARIS

[ Haut de page ]  [ Envoyer à un ami ]