La Rénovation urbaine

Démolition-reconstruction de l'État
First Edition

L'heure est au bilan des opérations de démolition-reconstruction des grands ensembles, lancées en 2003 par le programme national de rénovation urbaine. Ce livre dresse une précieuse mise en perceptive historique des politiques de la ville en France. Read More

As the policies implemented since the beginning of the 1980s with regard to large-scale social housing have failed to halt the spiral of downgrading and exclusion, their demolition has become the de facto solution to the problem of the French suburbs.

The National Urban Renewal Program (PNRU - Programme national de rénovationurbaine) launched by Jean-Louis Borloo in 2003 has transformed France's large-scale social housing landscape into a vast construction site. Demolition and reconstruction projects have been undertaken in over 500 neighborhoods, mobilizing a colossal amount of funds — 45 billion Euro in all — with the dual goal of rendering their urban configuration commonplace and encouraging social diversity.

Even as the first projects are being completed and the illusion that social problems will be solved through urban transformation is dissipating, this publication revisits the implementation and effects of a program which, since its inception, has been presented as a success marking an end to decades of failure.

This analysis of the PNRU and its historical contextualization renews the debates on urban policies and shines a new light on the territorial effects of State-led reforms during the 2000s. In fact, urban renewal follows from and pertains to the larger process of the demolition and reconstruction of the State, simultaneously producing its withdrawal from the territories and restoring its capacity for guiding the policies implemented therein from a distance.


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Specifications


Publisher
Presses de Sciences Po
Author
Renaud Epstein,
Collection
Académique
Language
French
Publisher Category
> Exams > AGREG GEOGRAPHIE
Publisher Category
> Political Science > Governance
Publisher Category
> Fields > Governance
Publisher Category
> Exams
Publisher Category
> History
Publisher Category
> Politics
Publisher Category
> Society
BISAC Subject Heading
POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3283 SCIENCES POLITIQUES
Credit
Presses de Sciences Po
Title First Published
26 March 2013
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Thema subject category: Politics & government
Includes
Index, Bibliography

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Publication Date
26 March 2013
ISBN-13
978-2-7246-1310-0
Extent
Main content page count : 384
Code
978-2-7246-1310-0
Dimensions
138 x 210 x 2 cm
Weight
464 grams
List Price
25.00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

ePub


Publication Date
23 November 2013
ISBN-13
9782724613124
Product Content
Text (eye-readable)
Extent
Main content page count : 384
Code
9782724613124
Technical Protection ebook
Adobe DRM
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Introduction
ZUP et rénovation urbaine
Par-delà la rénovation urbaine
Retrait et retour de l'État
Structure de l'ouvrage

I — DE LA POLITIQUE DE LA VILLE À LA RÉNOVATION URBAINE

Chapitre 1 / Les échecs de la politique de la ville
De la Courneuve à Clichy-sous-Bois en passant par l'Est lyonnais
Bilan raisonné d’un quart de siècle de politique de la ville

Chapitre 2 / Conjurer l’impuissance : la rénovation urbaine
Les moyens de la réussite
La doctrine rénovatrice
Du passé faisons table rase

Chapitre 3 / Le PNRU : « Un succès incontestable » ?
Programme national et projets locaux
Les raisons du succès
La rançon du succès

II — LES MÉTAMORPHOSES DE LA GESTION PUBLIQUE DES TERRITOIRES

Chapitre 4 / La réforme de l’État vue du bas
Démolition-reconstruction de l’appareil d’État
Réaffirmation du pouvoir central

Chapitre 5 / La gestion territoriale en modèles
Jacobinisme apprivoisé
Gouvernance territoriale
Gouvernement à distance

Conclusion


Excerpt


Interview de Renaud Epstein