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La ségrégation des catégories socio-professionnelles dans l'aire urbaine de Nantes

Abstract : This working paper describes the segregation of the socioprofessional categories in the metropolitan area of Nantes, in 2010, using non-spatial indices (dissimilarity, isolation and interaction), spatial indices (global and local univariate Moran’s indices), and maps. The most segregated socioprofessional categories are the professionals, concentrated in the city of Nantes and its wealthy inner suburbs, and, to a lesser extent, the blue collar workers, particularly present in the periurban areas. The segregation of the intermediate categories follows the same patterns as that of the professionals, yet to a lower intensity. The segregation of the white collar workers is similar to that of the blue collar workers in Nantes and its inner suburbs; by contrast, their distribution is more equal in the periurban areas. The craftsmen, shopkeepers, and business owners seem to show some heterogeneity between the wealthy neighborhoods of Nantes and its inner suburbs on the one hand, and the periurban areas on the other hand.
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Coline Ferrant. La ségrégation des catégories socio-professionnelles dans l'aire urbaine de Nantes. 2016. ⟨hal-03469915⟩



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