Housing Environment Territory

Below you can access all the contents of the INED site on this topic, in all formats and from the least to the most specialised: multimedia content, publications, research projects, research mini-sites, selected links and others.

  • Memo Pascale Dietrich-Ragon

    Pascale Dietrich-Ragon

    INED researcher tells us about her study of homeless immigrants and descendants of immigrants in France.

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    Measuring young child poverty better by taking into account a wider range of living conditions criteria

    Drawing on data from the ELFE cohort study data (French Longitudinal Study of Children), INED researchers Marion Leturcq and Lidia Panico, together with Barbara Castillo Rico, who holds a PhD in economics, have called into question how early childhood poverty is measured using new indicators that adopt the child’s perspective.

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    Homeownership in France

    Nearly six in ten households own their home in France. Homeownership rose considerably after World War II, then came to a standstill in the mid-1980s. Today, an increasing share of the population is finding it hard to buy a home.

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  • Video Anthropocene and changing human societies-Sciences en Direct avec l’Esprit Sorcier [FR]

    Anthropocene and changing human societies-Sciences en Direct avec l’Esprit Sorcier [FR]

    As part of the Fête de la Science 2021, Jacques Véron answers the question "Are there too many of us on earth?" October 2021 Duration : 11 min 53

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