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Ludovic Lepeltier-Kutasi

Ludovic Lepeltier-Kutasi
University of Tours | UFR · UMR CNRS 7324 Centre Interdisciplinaire Cités, Territoires, Environnement et Sociétés (CITERES)

PhD

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4 Research Items
9 Citations
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Additional affiliations
October 2013 - present
University of Tours
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Spatial dimension of Poverty. Comparative ethnography in Budapest and Casablanca
September 2010 - present
University of Tours
Position
  • Course lecturer
Description
  • Urban Geography, Regional Geography
Education
October 2011 - July 2012
September 2009 - July 2010
University of Tours
Field of study
  • Geography

Publications

Publications (8)
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The “Magdolna Program” in Budapest's eighth district was promoted as an experimental set of policies against ghettoization. By blending more mainstream urban renewal schemes with measures based on principles of social urban management, the program set out to ameliorate the poor housing conditions of the most disadvantaged residents in the area. Onc...
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Benjamin Barber suggests in his book 'If mayors ruled the world …' (2013) that city leaders make pragmatic and un-ideological decisions controlled by politically active urbanites. These claims, however, are criticized by critical human geographers, because the hegemony of private property and market mechanisms threaten urban democracy. Even if loca...
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Benjamin Barber suggests in his book 'If mayors ruled the world …' (2013) that city leaders make pragmatic and un-ideological decisions controlled by politically active urbanites. These claims, however, are criticized by critical human geographers, because the hegemony of private property and market mechanisms threaten urban democracy. Even if loca...

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