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Boussauw Kobe

Bio

Kobe Boussauw is an assistant professor of spatial planning and mobility, part of the Cosmopolis Centre for Urban Research at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

Kobe’s research deals with the reciprocal relationships between mobility, planning, and the built environment, both in an analytical and in a policy oriented sense. Within the first track, the way in which various aspects of spatial structure interact with each other is assessed, whereas in the second track the focus is on decision-making processes that impact on such spatial functioning. Kobe’s concern is mainly with the relationship between proximity as a spatial quality, urban liveability, and sustainability.

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Mail

kobe.boussauw@vub.be

Fonction

Professeur

Centre(s) de recherche

COSMOPOLIS

Domaine(s)

géographie

Université(s)

VUB

Publications

Da Schio, N., Boussauw, K., & Sansen, J. (2018). Accessibility versus air pollution: a geography of externalities in the Brussels agglomeration. Cities, in press.
Boussauw, K., Allaert, G., & Witlox, F. (2013) Colouring inside what lines? Interference of the urban growth boundary and the political-administrative border of Brussels. European Planning Studies 21: 1509–1527.Boussauw, K., & Van Meeteren, M. (2017). De schaal van de stad of de Brusselse metropool: van Ottignies tot Mechelen, van Aalst tot Leuven? In P. Ballon, C. Macharis, & M. Ryckewaert (Eds.), De Humane Stad (pp. 35–53). Brussels: VUB Press.

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