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Rüdiger Wink

economic resilience. In 2013, Ron Martin and Peter Sunley, however, still stated in a discussion paper, which was also submitted to the Journal of Economic Geography ( Martin/Sunley 2013 : 3): If we are to put the idea of resilience meaningfully to work in regional policy agendas and proacticess, then we need to have a clear definition, conceptualization and understanding of precisely what it is that we are trying to foster. We are not in that position at the moment. Accordingly, research on regional economic resilience is still in an infant stage. Nevertheless

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Mohamed F. Bekkouch and Ahlam Zanagui

méthémoglobinémies du nourrisson, Données nouvelles [Methemoglobinemia in infants, New data]. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Diététique. Vol. 28 p. 341–349. M arlet S., J ob J.O. 2006. Processus et gestion de la salinité des sols. In: Traité d’irrigation [Process and management of soil salinity. In: Irrigation treatise]. Eds. J.R. Tiercelin, A. Vidal. 2 nd ed. Paris. Tec and Doc Lavoisier p. 797–822. M elloul A.J. 1995. Use of principal components analysis for studying deep aquifers with scarce data-application to the Nubian sandstone aquifer, Egypt and Israel

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Gérard-François Dumont

increase of population. The first cause for the increase in the population of cities is, of course, the demographic transition. The decline in mortality – of infants, children and women during childbirth in particular – improves the survival and life expectancy rates of city and town dwellers, and therefore augments the urban population. Contrary to the anxiety concerning the further worsening of the situation in London The London conurbation had more than 8 million of inhabitants in 2015, so more than twenty times more than in 1662 (384 000). expressed in 1662 by