Jean-Pierre Lévy is a geographer, CNRS research director and director of LAVUE (Laboratory for Architecture, the City, Urbanism and the Environment; UMR 7218). Much of his research has been dedicated to issues of housing, urban settlement, and socio-spatial practices in urban spaces. His most recent work concerns the question of how to model housing supply on transformations in overall occupation levels of existing housing stocks, and the issue of domestic energy consumption. In 2010, he wrote Écologies urbaines (edited jointly with Olivier Coutard; published by Anthropos) and Élire domicile. La construction sociale des choix résidentiels (edited jointly with Jean-Yves Authier and Catherine Bonvalet; published by Presses Universitaires de Lyon).
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