Valérie Golaz

Researcher
valerie.golaz@ined.fr 33 (0) 6 43 08 47 86 +33(0) 1 56 06 21 99
Secretariat : Nicoleta-Adriana Banta 33(0) 1 56 06 21 57

Research field(s)

The core of my past research focused on the fast change that East Africa undergoes, in terms of risk, individual and family strategies and public policies with three main entry points: family dynamics, spatial mobility and access to resources.

My current focus is on population growth and its relations with a changing environment, taking into account the underlying family and migration dynamics as well as the role various actors locally play in the poulation/environement nexus.

Current Grants
-2019-2022: ANR, Des marges aux normes. Regards croisés sur les transformations des liens familiaux en Afrique (Marges)
-2019-2022: ANR/ FNS, Salmea project (Self-accomplishment and local moralities in East Africa https://salmea.hypotheses.org/)
-2018-2020: Truman Institute Research Grant
-2016-2019: RISE-EU Demostaf-Demography and Statistics for Africa

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Valérie Golaz about the Manuel pratique d’analyse multiniveau

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Some publications

GASTINEAU B., GOLAZ V., DOS SANTOS S., 2018, Modes d’adaptation des sociétés rurales à la croissance démographique : les cas de Madagascar et du Kenya, Espace, Populations et Sociétés, 2018-3, Special issue Population, production et alimentation en Afrique subsaharienne published on line 30 Jan. 2019. http://journals.openedition.org/eps/8210

GOLAZ V., SAJOUX M. (dir.), 2018, Politiques publiques et vieillesse dans les Suds, Les Impromptus du LPED n°4, Marseille, Laboratoire Population-Environnement-Développement, 346p. http://www.lped.fr/les-impromptus-du-lped-4-politiques-publiques-et.html

MEDARD C., GOLAZ V., 2018, « Entwined values: protecting and subdividing land in Buganda », Critical African Studies, 10:1, p.47-66, doi: 10.1080/21681392.2018.1491802.

GASTINEAU B., GOLAZ V. (coord.), 2017.- Etre jeune en Afrique rurale, Afrique contemporaine n°259.

BRINGE A., GOLAZ V., 2017.- Manuel Pratique pour l’analyse multiniveau, Méthodes et savoirs n°9, Paris, INED, 118p.

GOLAZ V., WANDERA S.O., RUTAREMWA G., 2017, « Understanding the vulnerability of older adults: extent of and breaches in support systems in Uganda », Ageing and Society, 37 (1), p.63-89. DOI:10.1017/S0144686X15001051. Publié en-ligne le 17 septembre 2015.

GOLAZ V., WANDERA S.O., 2016, « Estimating the Poverty of Older Persons in Uganda. The limitations of poverty indicators », in J. Oucho, G. Rutaremwa et J.B. Nyakaana (eds), The demography of Uganda and selected African countries. Towards more Sustainable Development Pathways. Scholarly Works dedicated to Professor James Patrick Ntozi, Fountain Publishers, Kampala, p.215-234.

Teaching activities, other functions, titles

I lecture at Aix-Marseille University since 2013 (Master MASS)
-2013-...: "Démographie: source et analyse des données", M1(30h)
-2018-2019: "Démarche quantitative en SHS", M1 (15/45h)

I am in charge of Knowledge sharing with the global South at Ined, and I regularly coorganise training sessions for junior researchers and postgraduate students