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Researcher (H/F) : Wealth inequalities and the dynamics of housing markets

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Français - Anglais

Date Limite Candidature : jeudi 28 janvier 2021

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General information

Reference : UMR8504-RENLEG-002
Workplace : PARIS 13
Date of publication : Thursday, January 07, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 6 months
Expected date of employment : 1 March 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : circa 2728€ et 3145€ gross (indicative)
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent

Missions

The ANR research project WIsDHoM (Wealth Inequalities and the dynamics of housing markets), which brings together researchers in geography, planning and sociology, focuses on the analysis of wealth inequalities related to housing markets. One of the axes of this research focuses on the trajectories of property owners, to grasp the logics that determine their investments (principal residence, rental investment, Airbnb rental, etc.) and the conditions under which these investments contribute either to the enrichment or the vulnerability of households. One aim is to get a better understanding of locational choices by owners, the geographical transfer of assets, and the representations of the local housing markets.
The mission is a position of responsibility, requiring to work in a team of about twenty researchers, and to coordinate a household survey and its analysis.

Activities

The person recruited will have to :
-Coordinate, in coordination with the project leaders, the household survey in the three main areas of the study (Ile-de-France, Avignon, Lyon), over a period of 6 months.
- Participate in the survey on the urban areas of Paris, Lyon and Avignon. The person recruited will have to participate in interviews with these actors, and participate in their analysis with the team members.
- To take scientific responsibilities within the working group, and in the follow-up of the master trainees and contract workers recruited to carry out the survey.

Skills

- The person recruited will hold a Ph.D., preferably in urban/economic geography, spatial and urban planning, urban sociology.
- Research experience in the fields of housing markets, residential real estate, housing and housing policies and actors, urban planning.
- Experience in interviews and fieldwork.
- Ability to fit into a team, to take on responsibilities.
- A bilingual profile is preferred, with expertise in French (interviewing and work coordination) and a high level of expertise in English (scientific publications).

Work Context

The research, of a post-doctoral nature, will be carried out mainly on the site of the University of Paris, 75013 within the Géographie-cités laboratory (UMR 8504 CNRS, University of Paris 1, EHESS). The activities of the research unit will also take place on the site of the Campus Condorcet in Aubervilliers.
The WIsDHoM (Wealth Inequalities and the Dynamics of Housing Markets) project funded by the ANR (http://www.parisgeo.cnrs.fr /spip.php?article8470&lang=en) is a multidisciplinary project (geography, sociology, urban planning and development, economics, political science and history) involving twenty researchers, including researchers from the UMR Géographie-Cités (UMR 8504), Espace (UMR 73000) and the Max Weber Centre (UMR 5283).

It is based on the observation that housing markets play a major role in the production of patrimonial inequalities. The persistence of a significant gap between the level of housing prices and that of income, the evolution of financial and real estate actors, as well as the place taken by market stimulation in housing policies, suggest that housing markets have entered a new regime. This has not yet given rise to a comprehensive conceptualization that would account for its spatial variations. The project aims to study the genesis and functioning of this new regime as well as its effects. It articulates the construction of a theoretical framework that puts the French situation into perspective in relation to the other cases studied in the international literature with empirical work, investigation and exploitation of spatial databases. The areas studied are the urban areas of Paris, Lyon and Avignon.

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