Fabien NADOU

Associate Professor in Territorial development and regional economy

Discipline department
Economy, Territories and Sustainable development
Teaching area
Territorial Economy
Innovation Regional Dynamics
Territorial Development
Land Settlement
Fabien Nadou is an Associate Professor of Regional Development and Regional Economy. He joined EM Normandie in 2014.
He has a PhD in spatial and town planning from the Université Tours, awarded in 2013. His thesis is on the spatial planning of economic activities in urban areas in France, and examines the capacity for regional intermediation in regional coherence plans and planning documents. His research interests are regional intermediation, economic and regional development strategies and figures. He focuses on coordination and proximity relationships between stakeholders (public-public; public-private), driving forces of the regional economy, relationships of regions with the business innovation process and the strategic spatial planning of economic development.
2013 : PhD in Urban and Regional Planning from the Planning Department, Université de Tours
Professional experience

Since 2014 : associate rofessor in sustainable development and urban planning, EM Normandie

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Year of publication

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Nadou, F 2013, 'Intermédiation territoriale et spatialisation des activités économiques. Cohérences et contradictions de l’action publique locale. Investigation par la planification stratégique', Ph.D. in Urban & Regional Development, Université de Tours, Tours, France.

PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Jeanne, L, Bourdin, S, Noiret, G & Nadou, F (forthcoming), ‘Economic globalization and the COVID-19 pandemic: global spread and inequalities’, Geojournal. CNRS : Géographie.

Academic articles

Bourdin, S, Jeanne, L, Nadou, F & Noiret, G 2021, 'Does lockdown work? A spatial analysis of the spread and concentration of COVID-19 in Italy', Regional Studies, vol. 55, issue 7, pp. 1182-1193. CNRS : 2 ; HCERES : A  ; ABS : 3.

Academic articles

Nadou, F & Pecqueur, B 2020, 'Pour une socioéconomie de l’intermédiation territoriale. Une approche conceptuelle', Géographie, Economie, Société, 2020/3-4 (Vol. 22), pp. 245-263. CNRS : 4 ; HCERES : C. 

Academic articles

Bourdin, S & Nadou, F (à paraitre), 'The role of a local authority as a stakeholder encouraging the development of bio-gas: A study on territorial intermediation', Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 258, available online 15 March. CNRS:3 ; FNEGE : 3 : HCERES: B

Academic articles

Bourdin, S, Nadou, F & Obermöller, A 2020, 'Comment les politiques publiques favorisent-elles les dynamiques collaboratives d’innovation ? Analyse du management de l’intermédiation territoriale', Revue d’Economie Régionale et Urbaine, no. 2-2020, pp. 311-335. CNRS 3 ; HCERES : C. 

Academic articles

Nadou, F, Lacour, C & Bourdin, S 2020, 'Le management des territoires. Nouvelles alliances et stratégies entre acteurs', Revue d'Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 2020/4, octobre, pp. 573-590. CNRS : 3 ; HCERES : B

Academic articles

Nadou, F & Demazière, C 2018, 'L'aménagement à la rencontre des Proximités. Application à la planification spatiale et à la coopération intercommunale en France', Revue d'Economie Régionale et Urbaine, no. 5/6-2018, pp.1235-1260. CNRS: 3 ; HCERES: B

Academic articles

Nadou, F & Douay, N 2016, 'Développement et protection, quel(s) arbitrage(s) dans la planification métropolitaine de Marseille et de Nantes ? La délicate gestion du foncier des zones d’activité économique', Revue Internationale d'Urbanisme, no. 2, pp.1-37, July.

Academic articles

Wang, Y, Bourdin, S & Nadou, F 2022, ' The building blocks and inter-regional connectivity of cluster community networks: Analysis of the French biopharmaceutical cluster 'Polepharma', AAG online conference, New York, USA, February 25 March 01.

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