Skip to main content

Sylvy JAGLIN

Professor, Coordinator of the Master 2 Urbanisme et Expertise internationale, option 'Urbanisme et villes des Suds' (International Master in Urban Planning and Studies, track 'Urbanism & Cities of the Global South').

Research Unit: Laboratoire Techniques, Territoires et Sociétés – LATTS.

Topics:

Policy, management and regulation of networked services - Urban governance and public action in cities of the South - Economic emergence, urbanisation and infrastructural transitions in the South - Energy, drinking water, waste in developing cities - Neoliberal policies, poverty and access to essential services.

Research:

Sylvy Jaglin's research focuses on the networked services of cities in the South (poor and emerging countries), particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. It combines the analysis of socio-technical changes and territorial public action in a perspective of comparative study of urban change. They have been developed along three main lines:
▪ Management and regulation of networked services: socio-technical approaches to cities in the South.
▪ Technical government of developing cities.
▪ Economic emergence, urbanisation and infrastructural transitions.

Her personal page on the website of the LATTS.
Her page on CCSD.

Some Publications:

- FERCHAUD Flavie, JAGLIN Sylvy, KENNEDY Loraine, ROBERT Jérémy (2020). "La production urbaine et ses dispositifs sociotechniques", in ADISSON Félix, BARLES Sabine, BLANC Nathalie, COUTARD Olivier, FROUILLOU Leïla, RASSAT Fanny (dir.), Pour la recherche urbaine, Paris, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Éditions, 267-292.

- DUQUE GOMEZ Catalina & JAGLIN Sylvy (2018). "When urban modernisation entails service delivery co-production: a glance from Medellin", in MORETTO Luisa & RANZATO Marco (dir.), Coproducing Water, Energy and Waste Services, London & New York, Routledge, 43-62.