Justin DelloyeLuxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research | LISER · Urban Development and Mobility
PhD in Quantitative Urban Geography
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Citations since 2017
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Justin Delloye currently works at the Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research. He does research in Urban, Economic and Transport Geography.
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Cities play an important role in the global effort to achieve sustainable development. In that perspective, new adaptive approaches of urban planning call for a reliable understanding of Urban Morphodynamics: the evolution of the spatial structure of an urban system from elementary interactions between its components. In this thesis, theoretical an...
The scaling of urban characteristics with total population has become an important research field since one needs to better understand the challenges of urban densification. Yet urban scaling research is largely disconnected from intra-urban structure. In contrast, the monocentric model of Alonso provides a residential choice-based theory to urban...
In this paper, we aim at exploring how individual location decisions affect the shape of a growing city and, more precisely, how they may add up to a configuration that diverges from equilibrium configurations formulated ex-ante. To do so, we provide a two-sector city model merging a static equilibrium analysis with agent-based simulations. Results...
Développement d’un modèle avec la plate-forme GAMA et implémentation de réseaux d’informations spatiaux et a-spatiaux en interactions. Ecole d’été MAPS 8 2015
Collectif MAPS, école d’été 2015