Auteur : Antoni Durà

Departament de Geografia
Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
E-08193 Bellaterra, Catalunya
antoni.dura@uab.cat
0000-0002-2634-8633

nuage de mots Durà

As a geographer, Antoni Durà' initial scientific career focused on Urban Geography (metropolitan dynamics, social geography and qualitative methods, residential mobility in the Barcelona area), and urban studies are currently one of his research lines. During the 2000’s he oriented his research towards the analysis of urban networks and geo-economics axes (specially the Mediterranean Arc), and focused on European Territorial Cooperation studies (mainly Cross-Border Cooperation). He collaborates with academics from a number of countries mainly in Europe and America, and from different scientific disciplines (Geography, Political Sciences, International Relations, Law, Sociology…). These synergies drove him to collaborate in the academic network RECOT. This network was key for the joint development of national (COOP-RECOT: 2010-12 and COOP-RECOT II: 2014-17) and international projects (BORDERGOV: 2012-17, Europe, Canada, United States and Mexico). These collaborations have produced a number of scientific publications (papers and book chapters in relevant editorials, see bibliography), the organization and/or participation in workshops on Euroregions and ETC (Barcelona 2005, 2008, 2019, Valencia 2005 and 2008, Jena 2008, Arras 2017), and particularly of the RECOT network (from Allariz 2007 and Donostia 2010 to Cambados 2017), international congresses (Assoc. American Geographers, Regional Studies Assoc., European Assoc. of Border Studies, BRIT…), and the organization in Barcelona of the II Economic Conference of North-western Mediterranean, 2011. This activity has been carried out in part within the SGR INTERFASE research team (Dept. of Geography,UAB), recognized by the Catalan autonomous Government as a consolidated research group on environmental management and regional planning in Europe.

Other activities: management of scientific journals, several PhD Theses' supervision, knowledge transfer to local and regional autonomous administration, and academic responsibilities (Director of the Dept. of Geography, UAB, 2011-2017).


Bibliographie
Noferini, A.; Berzi, M.; Camonita, F.; Durà, A. (2019). Cross-border cooperation in the EU: Euroregions amid multilevel governance and reterritorialization. European Planning Studies, 28/1, pp. 35-56. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2019.1623973

Durà A., Camonita F., Berzi M. and Noferini A. (2018). Euroregions, Excellence and Innovation across EU borders. A Catalogue of Good Practices. Barcelona, Department of Geography, UAB, 254 pp. Kit-Book Servicios Editoriales, Barcelona. https://ddd.uab.cat/record/189399

Berzi, M., Durà, A. (2018). Le reti transfrontaliere locali nelle aree di confine montane. Analisi dei casi della Wipptal e della Cerdanya. Archivio di Studi Urbani e Regionali, 121, pp. 73-95.
DOI: doi.org/10.3280/ASUR2018-121004

Cuadrado-Ciuraneta, S., Durà-Guimerà, A. (2018). “From tourism to metropolization: analysis of the driving forces of urban transformation along the northern Costa Brava (Catalonia, Spain)”, European Journal of Geography, 9/1, pp. 91-104.

Colomb, C., Morata Tierra, F., Durà Guimerà, A., Oliveras González, X. (2017). “The multi-level geographies of trans-boundary cooperation, territorial development and Europeanisation in South-West Europe. The case of Catalonia”. In: I. Deas and S. Hincks (eds): Territorial policy and governance. Alternative paths. London, Routledge, pp. 92-123.

Cuadrado-Ciuraneta, S., Durà-Guimerà, A., Salvati, L. (2017). “Not only tourism: unraveling suburbanization, second-home expansion and ‘rural’ sprawl in Catalonia, Spain”, Urban Geography.
DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2015.1113806.

Durà, A., Oliveras, X. (2013). A typology of agents and subjects of regional cooperation: the experience of the Mediterranean Arch, – Bellini, N., Hilpert, U. (eds.) Europe’s Changing Economic Geography. The Impact of Inter-regional Networks. London, Routledge. pp. 101-123.

Durà, A., Oliveras, X. (Eds.), Arc Mediterrani, Euroregions i Cooperació Transfronterera (Monographic), Documents d’Anàlisi Geogràfica, 56/1, pp. 21-40.

Accès au livre Maillages, interfaces, réseaux transfrontaliers, de nouveaux enjeux territoriaux de la santé
À travers ce chapitre, nous essayons d’approfondir les défis de la coopération transfrontalière (CTF) en matière de santé dans l’UE, à travers l’analyse d’un cas emblématique, l’hôpital frontalier de Cerdagne, localisé dans les Pyrénées catalanes, sur la frontière franco-espagnole. Il est d’usage d’entendre que la coopération transfrontalière est un laboratoire où il est possible de tester le processus d’intégration européenne. En effet, les contrastes entre les systèmes politiques et administratifs qui régissent les États membres se manifestent sous une forme plus accentuée dans les espaces frontaliers.
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