JOYE Jean-François

JOYE Jean-François

Professor of public law at Chambéry and current director of the CDPPOC (EA4143) and Co-director of the Master in Mountain Law, he has considerable experience in collaborative research projects both as part of the delegation to the CNRS that he held within GRIDAUH, (GIP 2010-2014: ex. Evaluation of the first SCOT - 2009, Writing of the PLU - 2012, Urbanization of the mountain - 2013), either in its Faculty (various Interreg projects). His research focuses mainly on urban planning law and public finance. They are part of a critical approach to the legal standards of society's commitment to sustainable development: JF Joye, Construire et aménager en montagne après la loi du 28 décembre 2016: les communes face à leurs responsabilités, la Revue Juridique de l'Environnement, mai 2017, JF Joye, Les outils juridiques de l'aménagement touristique de la montagne, Les loisirs de montagne sous Vichy : droit et politique, PUG, 2017, JF Joye, Le chalet d'alpage, nouvel enjeu d'urbanisation dans les pâturages, Constr.-urb. mars 2015, pp. 8-14, JF Joye, G. Calley, JF Dreuille (dir.), L'accident en montagne, 2015, LGDJ, 453 p.


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