EXIT launches its interactive map
Date: 29 Apr, 2024

As we delve deeper into our current fieldwork, our aim is to unravel territorial inequalities as they are experienced and negotiated on the ground.

The selection of cases is a cornerstone of this research endeavour. A critical decision, it shapes the trajectory of our research.

We’re thrilled to unveil our interactive map showcasing the 17 case study areas spanning across 8 countries, where the different research teams are currently conducting fieldwork.

From rural areas to urban peripheries, and postindustrial zones, these diverse areas have been chosen based on a comprehensive set of indicators identified during the initial stages of our research.

To capture the nuances of local agencies, relationships, and their interconnectedness with the broader socio-political and economic context, the exploration takes off at the municipal level (the LAU level), a ubiquitous entity across states.

However, in some contexts, several municipalities converge to form our field of inquiry, while in urban landscapes, case studies are limited to individual districts or administrative subunits.

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