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Les territoires aéroportuaires comme catalyseurs de la connaissance et source d’innovation pour les métropoles mondiales : de l'airport city à l'aerotropolis ?

Abstract : The development of international air traffic is a major component of the international exchanges occurred since the Second World War. The terrestrial translation is the development of airport. With the deregulations occurred in the years the 1990, hubs are major elements of European space. They generated airport territories going beyond the administrative and domanial limits of the airports; those are important spaces of the knowledge and innovation economy. For this reason, they are major metropolitan polarities. We chose three major located out of two continents: Paris Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam Schiphol and Seoul Incheon... Because of their synchronous multimode accessibility, these airports are recipients of important and multipurpose airport territories. They take part in various forms and degrees in the knowledge and innovation economy and in particular in its circulations
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Jacques Grangé. Les territoires aéroportuaires comme catalyseurs de la connaissance et source d’innovation pour les métropoles mondiales : de l'airport city à l'aerotropolis ?. Architecture, aménagement de l'espace. Sorbonne Université, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018SORUL105⟩. ⟨tel-03163493⟩

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