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Anne-Claire Davy

Anne-Claire Davy has, since 2001, been a research fellow specialised in issues relating to housing and lifestyles within the Démographie, Habitat, Équipement et Gestion Locale (Demographics, Housing, Infrastructure and Local Management) team at IAU-ÎdF (Institut d’Aménagement et d’Urbanisme de la Région Île-de-France – Institute for Urban Planning and Development in the Île-de-France Region).

A sociologist by training, she works on the different dimensions of housing issues in the Paris region and is a member of the team responsible for supporting the regional council in the production and monitoring of the SDRIF (Schéma Directeur de la Région Île-de-France – Master Plan for the Île-de-France Region).

Within the Housing team at IAU-ÎdF, she is more specifically in charge of monitoring issues relating to private housing stock and substandard housing, as well as the theme of housing for young people. She also contributes to cross-disciplinary studies (both within IAU-ÎdF and in partnership with other researchers) on local housing dynamics and the changing residential practices of inhabitants of the Paris region.


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