Marchés immobiliers et zones critiques : une analyse du changement social en relation avec la dynamique des valeurs immobilières

Abstract : In a context of almost constant price growth during the last two decades in the greater Paris Region (Ile-de-France), this paper aims at presenting a spatial analysis of social changes as it translates into transactions and seller-buyers pairs. Using smoothing techniques and multivariate analysis, the paper presents a spatial analysis of property-level data from the Paris Chamber of Notaries (1996-2012) in a GIS (117,000 transactions in suburban areas, single family homes only). By the means of a multivariate analysis, local trajectories of social and occupational status of seller and buyer pairs in properties are compared between 1996 and 2012. Because of the size and the relative fuzziness of neighbourhood boundaries, the paper adopts a research design considering ad hoc small areas, smoothing techniques, relying on a smaller grid than the municipal boundaries, in order to analyse price change and social change.
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Renaud Le Goix, Guilhem Boulay, Delphine Callen, Floriane Derambure-Dutel, Aurélien Reys, et al.. Marchés immobiliers et zones critiques : une analyse du changement social en relation avec la dynamique des valeurs immobilières. CIST2016 - En quête de territoire(s) ?, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2016, Grenoble, France. pp.268-276. ⟨halshs-01351291v2⟩

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