Quentin RAMOND

Postdoctoral research fellow at Center for Social Conflict and Cohesion StudiesUniversity of Chili, Santiago.

Ph.D. in Sociology, (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in November 2019).

LIEPP-Sciences Po, OSC

Bio :

Quentin Ramond is a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies, University of Chile, Santiago. He was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/OSC from 2014 to 2017 and he defended his thesis "Trajectoires résidentielles et choix scolaires des classes moyennes. Statut d’occupation du logement, ségrégation et action publique locale dans la métropole parisienne" under the supervision of Marco Oberti in November 2019.

His areas of focus are urban inequalities, mechanisms of socio-spatial segregation and methods of cohabitation.

His dissertation examines how local public policies influence localised sociological changes and how they regulate the relationships between different social groups and contrasted neighborhoods. More precisely, He focuses on two areas, housing and education, because they are central to understand social mix issues. He is interested in original and specific urban configurations located in Parisian suburbs, the « mixed income » spaces, and his research constantly articulates different scales of analysis, confronting local and metropolitan dynamics.

Poster of the project (June 2018)

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Articles and Contributions to Collective Works

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