- Spatial policy needs demographic analyses (inaugural lecture)
- Number of pages
- The Hague: Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving
- Document type
- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)
In her inaugural lecture, Professor Dorien Manting states that the demographic life courses of people form an important explanation for a multitude of spatial developments. The prolonged period between young people leaving their parental home and the time the start their own family is a fitting example. This period is continually getting longer, compared to the timespan in the past. This has its consequences for spatial development, such as in the degree of urban growth and in the decline in car use among young adults.
- English translation of the Dutch spoken inaugural lecture ‘Ruimtelijk beleid kan niet zonder demografische analyse", that was held at the acceptance of the position of Special Professor of Population Dynamics and Spatial Developments at the University of Amsterdam, Friday 1 November 2013. Translation by Annemieke Righart.
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