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Hà Nội, a Metropolis in the Making

Sylvie Fanchette

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1Boudreau Julie-Anne has a PhD in Urban Planning, School of Public Policy and Social Research, University of California Los Angeles (Ucla). She is currently Associate Professor at the Institut national de la recherche scientifique, centre urbanisation culture société (INRS-UCS) in Montreal, and Tenured Canada Research Chair in Urbanity, Insecurity and Political Action.
She founded and directs the Ville et ESPAces politiques (VESPA) Research Laboratory. Her work explores the relationship between citizens and the state in a context of urbanisation.

2Brouillac Philippe has completed a Masters (Year 2) Pro in Applied Sociology (Evaluation of Public Policy), and a Masters (Year 1) in Anthropology.
From 2007 to 2010, he worked in Hà Nội, on secondment with the managing authorities of the Old Quarter within the framework of Toulouse-Hà Nội co-operation. He was responsible for promotion of intangible heritage, institutional relations and public relations strategy.

3Cerise Emmanuel has a PhD in Architecture and Urban Studies from Ensa (École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris-Belleville). He is a researcher at UMR Ipraus (Institut parisien de recherche: architecture, urbanistique et société) and Co-Director of the Institut des métiers de la ville in Hà Nội.
He is interested in production and in transformation of habitat in Hà Nội, which was the subject of his thesis, in cartography of Asian cities, and in the protection of architectural and urban heritage in Southeast Asia. He works on issues concerning housing projects, their design, their production and their reception by the communities concerned.

4Ðào Thế Anh has a PhD in Agricultural Economics from Ensam in Montpellier. He is Director of Casrad (Centre for Agrarian System Research and Development) in Hà Nội and Vice-Director General of the Food Crops Research Institute of the Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences (VAAS).
He contributes to research programmes concerning agricultural processes in Vietnamese peri-urban areas, distribution chains for food produce and co-ordinates the consortium on Markets and Agriculture Linkages for Cities of Asia (Malica) in partnership with several Vietnamese research institutes, Cirad and IRD. As part of his team, two engineers in cartography and economics, Nguyễn Ngọc Mai and Lê Vãn Hýng, have participated in the creation of the Atlas and in statistical research.

5Duchère Yves has a PhD in Geography, specialising in Geopolitics, from Université de Paris 8. He presented a thesis in 2015 entitled Metropolisation, environmental governance and power issues: the example of three clusters of craft villages in Hà Nội and Bắc Ninh. His research interests include land conflicts and environmental problems in Hà Nội’s peri-urban villages. He analyses the roles of the various village stakeholders in the management and aggravation of environmental problems.

6Fanchette Sylvie has a PhD in Geography from Paris 8 University and is authorised to supervise research. She has been conducting research at IRD since 1993 and is a member of UMR Ceped.
Her main research interests are the urbanisation process in densely populated rural areas and the conditions of population densification in the Nile and Red River Deltas. In Vietnam, she studies rural industrialisation and the peri-urbanisation process in the context of the Vietnamese capital’s metropolisation..

7Labbé Danielle has a PhD in Urban Studies from the School of Community and Regional Planning (University of British Colombia). She is Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at the Institut d’urbanisme, université de Montréal (Canada).
Her research interests include the peri-urbanisation of Southeast Asian cities, particularly that of Hà Nội where she did her doctoral research, management of architectural and urban heritage in North American and Southeast Asian contexts, and habitat production, urban governance and informality in Global South cities..

8Mounier Claire has completed a Masters in History, specialised in heritage issues.
Since 2009, she has worked as a heritage mediator in Hà Nội within the framework of Toulouse-Hà Nội co-operation for the conservation of the Old Quarter, where she is responsible for heritage promotion work and public relations. She is currently helping to create a Heritage Centre for Hà Nội’s Old Quarter and in particular a permanent exhibition recounting the Quarter’s history.

9Moustier Paule has a PhD in Agricultural Economics from London University, and is authorised to supervise research. She has been a researcher at Cirad (Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique) since 1990 and Assistant Director of UMR Moisa (Marchés, organisations et stratégies d’acteurs) in Montpellier. Her research deals with the organisation and performance of food commodity chains supplying African and Asian cities.
From 2002 to 2009, she co-ordinated the research consortium Malica in Hà Nội and conducted several studies on the various kinds of distribution of agricultural products.

10Musil Clément has a PhD in Urban Studies from Université Paris-Est and is an associate researcher at the Ipraus (Institut parisien de recherche: architecture, urbanistique et société).
From 2008 to 2010 he was Project Manager for the Institut des métiers de la ville in Hà Nội where he carried out his doctoral research. His research interests include urban planning and urban transportation in East and Southeast Asia, the role of public development aid stakeholders, and international expertise in Vietnamese and Laotian towns and cities.

11Nguyễn Thị Tân Lộc is the head of the Department of Economics and Marketing of the Fruit and Vegetable Research Institute of Vietnam (Favri). She holds a Masters degree in Marketing from Supagro, the School of Agricultural Science of Montpellier.
She has been involved in extensive research into the economics of production and marketing of fruits and vegetables in Vietnam, in particular on the changes relating to street vending and the development of modern distribution, in collaboration with various international partners.

12Nguyễn Văn Sửu has a PhD in Anthropology from Australian National University. He is Director of the Department of Anthropology at Vietnam National University in Hà Nội.
His research deals with anthropology of development, rural industrialisation, and urbanisation in Vietnam. In particular he studies changes in land tenure, rural differentiations and land conflicts since economic liberalisation and their aggravation in the areas affected by metropolisation.

13Nguyễn Xuân Hoản has completed a Masters in Economics specialised in ‘sustainable and integrated development’ at Université Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. He was a researcher at Casrad for 20 years.
He has taken part in many research programmes on agricultural commodity chains and on craft villages clusters in the Red River Delta. He currently works in the Department of Agriculture at the People’s Committee of the province of Hà Nội.

14Orfeuvre Romain is a Registered Architect. Since 2007 he has taken part in the Hà Nội-Toulouse co-operation project for the conservation of the architectural, urban and intangible heritage of the Old Quarter (inventories, regulations, exhibitions, restoration of places of worship, habitations, architectural groups, etc.). He is currently working on the creation of a heritage centre for the Old Quarter and in particular the permanent exhibition that will recount the Quarter’s history since its foundation up to the present day.

15Pandolfi Laurent has a PhD in Urban Studies from the Institut français d’urbanisme, is a specialist in urban land issues in Vietnam and is a former Co-Director of the Institut des métiers de la ville in Hà Nội.
He is currently in charge of the Asia Sector for the Île-de-France Region’s Department of Urban Planning. He is responsible for the implementation of co-operation projects aimed at improving proficiency in tendering of local public contracts in the fields of urban planning, development and urban services.

16Segard Juliette was awarded a PhD in Geography at Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre in 2014. The title of her thesis is From rural to urban on the outskirts of Hà Nội. Craft villages, power and territory.
She studies reconstructions, economic but also spatial, of craft villages in the peri-urban area, within the context of the city’s expansion, of rising urbanisation and its neighbouring areas, and of administrative reorganisation.

17Trần Nhật Kiên is an architect with a PhD in Geography from Université de Toulouse 2 Le Mirail. He is a researcher and Lecturer at the Hà Nội school of Architecture.
Both in his research and in his teaching, he works on issues relative to socio-cultural, morphologic and geomantic transformations of villages on the outskirts of Hà Nội in the context of accelerated urbanisation since 1986.

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