You can find bellow the slides presented by Marion Maisonobe at the 22th European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography (ECTQG), 7-11 September 2017, York, UK.
They present the methodology of a new research coordinated by Denis Eckert which aims at comparing the geography of academic places in France, Germany and the UK using bibliometric and socio-economic data. The context of national policies of research is central for this new research. The analysis presented is multi-scalar and shows the structuring effect of national belongings in the organization of scientific activities.
This presentation has been given in a special session coordinated by Rachel Oldroyd (University of Leeds) on Textual Big Data.