Sébastien BOURDIN

Sébastien BOURDIN

Professor in Economic Geography - Associate Dean of Faculty Campus of Caen

Sébastien BOURDIN
Discipline department
Economy, Territories and Sustainable development
Teaching area
Territorial Development
Sustainable Development
Bio
Sébastien Bourdin is Professor in economic geography. He holds a PhD in geography and a Habilitation to Supervise Research. He joined EM Normandie in 2012. His research focuses on economic geography and regional science. More specifically, he is a specialist in the European Union, territorial development, public policies, and the circular economy. In his research, Sébastien Bourdin uses quantitative methods (spatial econometrics, statistics, modelling) and qualitative methods. He has led several research projects on cohesion policy on the one hand, and energy transition and the circular economy on the other.
Degrees
2020 : HDR, Université Bretagne Loire
2012 : PhD in Geography, Université de Rouen-Normandie
Professional experience

Since 2012 : professor in sustainable and regional development, EM Normandie
2010-2011 : research engineer as part of "CARTELEC" ANR-FEDER research programme
2010-2011 : research manager, Wallonie Land Settlement
2010-2011 : contractor as part of "CADEC" Capitalisation and Dissemination of ESPON Concepts" research programme
2009-2010 : graduate assistant, Université de Rouen-Normandie

Sébastien BOURDIN
Sébastien
Bourdin
+33 (0)2 31 46 78 78
sbourdin@em-normandie.fr
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Publications

Publications

Year of publication

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Bourdin, S 2020, ‘Les apports de l’analyse spatiale à l’évaluation des politiques publiques de développement territorial - Une illustration à partir de la Politique de cohésion de l’Union européenne’, Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université Bretagne Loire, France.

2020
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Bourdin, S 2012, 'Convergence et intégration régionale dans l’Union européenne : essai de modélisation et de simulation', PhD in Geography, Université de Rouen-Normandie, Rouen, France.

2012
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.

2022
Academic articles

Eva, M, Cehan, A, Corodescu-Rosca, E & Bourdin, S (forthcoming), ‘Spatial patterns of regional inequalities: empirical evidences from a large panel of countries’, Applied Geography. CNRS géographie.

2022
Academic articles

Torre, A, Dermine-Brullot, S, Bourdin, S & Jambou, M 2022, 'Inter-firm cooperation and local industrial ecology processes: Evidence from three French case studies', The Annals of Regional Science, vol. 68, pp. 331–358. CNRS : 2 ; ABS : 2 ; HCERES : A.

2022
Academic articles

Niang, A, Bourdin, S & Torre, A (forthcoming), 'Vers une territorialisation des dynamiques de l'économie circulaire ? Analyse du cas français, 2008-2015', Revue d’Economie Industrielle. CNRS: 3 ; HCERES : B.

2022
Academic articles

Bourdin, S, Ben Miled, S & Salhi, J 2022, 'The drivers of policies to limit the spread of Covid-19 in Europe', Journal of Risk and Financial Management, vol. 15(2), p. 67.

2022
Academic articles

Bourdin, S & Torre, A 2021, ‘The territorial big bang:  which assessment about the territorial reform in France?’, European Planning Studies, vol. 21, issue 11, pp. 1981-1998.

2021
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.

2021
Academic articles

Lazar, A, Eva, M, Bourdin, S & Iatu, C 2021, 'Analyse multicritère des disparités régionales en Roumanie (2000–2016)', Revue Roumaine de Géographie, vol. 65(1), 21-34.

2021
Academic articles