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workshop series
venue & host

The conference takes place in the Pôle Juridique et Judiciaire (PJJ) of the University of Bordeaux (35, place Pey-Berland), at the heart of the city, next to the Saint André Cathedral and the City Hall.

Façade du Pôle juridique et judiciaire à Pey-Berland © Olivier Got

How to get there

You can reach it on foot from all city-centre hotels or by tramway lines A (purple) and B (red), Hôtel de Ville stop. 

Public Transport (to the conference venue)
– From St Jean train station: Take tramway line C (direction Bordeaux – Parc des Expositions) then change at Porte de Bourgogne. Take line A (direction Pin Galant or Le Haillan Rostand) and stop at Hôtel de Ville.
– From the airport: At Aéroport Terminus bus stop, take the bus Liane 1 direction Gare Saint Jean (40 minutes, standard fare). Stop at Palais de Justice. Walk 7 minutes down rue des Frères Bonie to the Place Pey Berland.

– Liane 1 provides also connecting services to Tramway Line A at Mérignac Centre. 

– Taxi from/to the center costs about 45€

IRP-ALLIES is an International associated laboratory between the CNRS (France) and the CSIC (Spain), involving two of their research centers: the Research Group in Theoretical and Applied Economics (GREThA) and the Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP). In sum, it is an international research collaboration programme funded competitively by CNRS (in the framework of the IRP competitive calls of CNRS) and CSIC (with reference LIA2019FR1) for the period 2020-2023, following a preconfiguration year in 2019. The objective of ALLIES (Associated Laboratory on Linkages between Innovation and Environmental Sustainability) is to analyse issues related to the provision and protection of innovative knowledge and environmental resources at a global scale, taking into account their public good nature, and to study the incentives and strategies of the different parties and economic agents involved: countries, public research organisations, firms, researchers and society as a whole.

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GREThA stands for Groupe de recherche en économie théorique et appliquée. It is a joint research unit (UMR) of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the University of Bordeaux (where it belongs to the CHANGES research department). Since January 2018, it has also been a Unit under contract with INRA (Institut National de la recherché agronomique).  GREThA currently counts  61 researchers and professors and is one of the five leading national economic laboratories (Repec ranking), with more than 1,000 scientific products (publications, conferences, books) over the 2014-2019 period, and major research partnerships (ANR, Region, Europe, industrial partners). Its scientific project is organised around three research programmes. The “Innovation, Science, Industries” programme studies innovation processes: from the production of scientific knowledge to modes of technology transfer and the reconsideration of industrial policies through the examination of actors’ logics, spatial dynamics and financial structures. The “Ecosystem Dynamics: Environment, Cities, Complexity” programme explores, on the one hand, the importance of managing ecosystems and natural resources in a context of biodiversity preservation and, on the other hand, the dynamics of cities and the structuring of urban spaces. Finally, the “Inequalities, Development, Globalization” programme explores the decentralization of economic coordination and the importance of local logics in economic dynamics, the determinants of wealth distribution and its evolution, with an emphasis on living conditions and inequalities in the countries of the South as well as the historical roots of the process of trade globalization.

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The Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP) is one of the institutes of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in the area of social sciences. It is located in Madrid.

IPP research focuses on the comparative analysis and understanding of the nature of public goods, the design and implementation of public policies, and the interaction of both, seeking to contribute to the advancement of our knowledge about the relation between society, markets and the State.

IPP research projects are funded from national and international sources, notably competitive national R&D and European Framework projects, as well as research contracts and agreements with public and private institutions. IPP tenured researchers, post-doctoral researchers, PhD students, together with technical and support staff aim at producing knowledge valued by the international scientific community but also relevant to other social actors, including firms, civil society associations, institutions and governments.

The IPP integrates six research groups: I) Environmental Economics; II) Rural Geography; III) Citizens, Institutions and Policy; IV) Social Policies and Welfare State; V) SPRI–Systems and Policies for Research and Innovation; and VI) Scientometrics.

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