Quelles frontières pour Bruxelles ? Une mise à jour
Claire Dujardin (),
Isabelle Thomas and
Henry Tulkens ()
Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique, 2007, vol. XLVI, issue 2, 155-176
The goal of this study is to propose a method for determining the limits of the Brussels urban agglomeration. The method is inspired by a review of the criteria used by national statistical institutes in several countries and based on a limited set of simple and easily available statistical indicators. We define the Brussels agglomeration as a group of municipalities that are densely populated or have an important concentration of jobs, and exhibit a strong functional dependence with the Brussels-Capital region, i.e. a high rate of commuting trips towards this region. According to this census-based definition, the Brussels agglomeration includes a constant core of 31 municipalities in 1991 and 2001. An additional municipality was included in the agglomeration in 1991 but not in 2001, indicating a small shrinking of the agglomeration.
Keywords: urban agglomeration; Brussels; urban geography (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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