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The great urbanization of China, editor Ding Lu, (electronic resource)

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The great urbanization of China
Title
The great urbanization of China
Statement of responsibility
editor Ding Lu
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
As China rises to become the world's largest economy, half a billion rural villagers are expected to become urban residents in the coming decades. The great urbanization of the world's most populated country is sure to be one of the most far-reaching social-economic events in the 21st century. This book provides a clear and comprehensive review of this unfolding event. It presents not only the evolution of public policies and institutional reforms regarding urban development over the past decades, but also an up-to-date survey and in-depth analysis of contemporary social-economic forces that d
Member of
Dewey number
307.760951
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Lu, Ding
Series statement
Series on contemporary China
Series volume
v. 30
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  • Urbanization
  • Civil society
  • Rural-urban migration
  • China
  • China
Label
The great urbanization of China, editor Ding Lu, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributing Authors; Chapter 1 Introduction: China's Great Urbanization Ding Lu; References; Chapter 2 Urbanization and City-Size Distribution in China Shunfeng Song and Kevin Honglin Zhang; 1. Introduction; 2. Size Distribution of Cities: An Overview; 3. Urbanization and the City System in China; 4. Size Distribution of Cities: The Case of China; 5. Economic and Institutional Factors of China's Urbanization and City System; 6. Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Evolution of China's Urban Development Strategy and Institutions Ding Lu; 1. Introduction
  • 2. China's Early Urbanization Experience3. Urbanization in the Centrally Planned Economy Period (1949-1977); 3.1. Socialist industrialization and anti-urbanism; 3.2. Regional self-sufficiency and inland investment; 3.3. State-compelled migration and strict control over urban population; 3.4. Industrialization without much urbanization; 3.5. Urban-rural segregation; 4. Urbanization Policy in the Post-Reform Period (1978-2000); 4.1. Reversion of Maoist migration policy; 4.2. Rural industrialization and in situ transformation in rural areas
  • 4.3. Central role of large cities in opening to the world4.4. Emergence of a floating population; 4.5. Emergence of urban property market and re-urbanization in cities; 4.6. The "two-track urbanization"; 5. Urbanization and Regional Development into the 21st Century; 5.1. West China Development Program; 5.2. Redefining urbanization guideline; Referensces; Chapter 4 Urban Planning for Local Development Jieming Zhu; 1. Introduction; 2. A Conceptual Framework: Linking Urban Planning with Local Transformation; 2.1. The role of urban planning: Passive regulations and governance
  • 2.2. Urban planning to promote local transformation: Active initiatives2.3. Background: Transition from socialist central planning to local development; 2.4. Developmental planning: China's response to rapid urbanization during transition; 3. Rapid Urbanization under Capricious Market Change and Land Resource Dissipation; 3.1. Rapid urbanization; 3.2. Capricious market change; 3.3. Dissipation of land resources; 4. China's Developmental Planning; 4.1. Land use planning: Promotion and mobilization; 4.2. Development control: Responsive to market change
  • 5. Conclusion: Developmental Planning and Sustainable DevelopmentReferences; Chapter 5 Industrialization, Urbanization, and Land Use in China Xiaobo Zhang, Timothy D. Mount and Richard N. Boisvert; 1. Introduction; 2. An Historical Review of China's Agricultural Land Use; 2.1. Land reforms (1949-1955); 2.2. The Great Leap Forward and the Great Famine (1956-1961); 2.3. Pre-reform (1962-1978); 2.4. Rural reform and afterwards (1979 till present); 3. Conceptual Framework; 4. Results; 5. Conclusions and Policy Implications; Appendix: On Data Sources; References
Control code
ocn781790613
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 353 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789814287814
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)781790613
Label
The great urbanization of China, editor Ding Lu, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributing Authors; Chapter 1 Introduction: China's Great Urbanization Ding Lu; References; Chapter 2 Urbanization and City-Size Distribution in China Shunfeng Song and Kevin Honglin Zhang; 1. Introduction; 2. Size Distribution of Cities: An Overview; 3. Urbanization and the City System in China; 4. Size Distribution of Cities: The Case of China; 5. Economic and Institutional Factors of China's Urbanization and City System; 6. Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Evolution of China's Urban Development Strategy and Institutions Ding Lu; 1. Introduction
  • 2. China's Early Urbanization Experience3. Urbanization in the Centrally Planned Economy Period (1949-1977); 3.1. Socialist industrialization and anti-urbanism; 3.2. Regional self-sufficiency and inland investment; 3.3. State-compelled migration and strict control over urban population; 3.4. Industrialization without much urbanization; 3.5. Urban-rural segregation; 4. Urbanization Policy in the Post-Reform Period (1978-2000); 4.1. Reversion of Maoist migration policy; 4.2. Rural industrialization and in situ transformation in rural areas
  • 4.3. Central role of large cities in opening to the world4.4. Emergence of a floating population; 4.5. Emergence of urban property market and re-urbanization in cities; 4.6. The "two-track urbanization"; 5. Urbanization and Regional Development into the 21st Century; 5.1. West China Development Program; 5.2. Redefining urbanization guideline; Referensces; Chapter 4 Urban Planning for Local Development Jieming Zhu; 1. Introduction; 2. A Conceptual Framework: Linking Urban Planning with Local Transformation; 2.1. The role of urban planning: Passive regulations and governance
  • 2.2. Urban planning to promote local transformation: Active initiatives2.3. Background: Transition from socialist central planning to local development; 2.4. Developmental planning: China's response to rapid urbanization during transition; 3. Rapid Urbanization under Capricious Market Change and Land Resource Dissipation; 3.1. Rapid urbanization; 3.2. Capricious market change; 3.3. Dissipation of land resources; 4. China's Developmental Planning; 4.1. Land use planning: Promotion and mobilization; 4.2. Development control: Responsive to market change
  • 5. Conclusion: Developmental Planning and Sustainable DevelopmentReferences; Chapter 5 Industrialization, Urbanization, and Land Use in China Xiaobo Zhang, Timothy D. Mount and Richard N. Boisvert; 1. Introduction; 2. An Historical Review of China's Agricultural Land Use; 2.1. Land reforms (1949-1955); 2.2. The Great Leap Forward and the Great Famine (1956-1961); 2.3. Pre-reform (1962-1978); 2.4. Rural reform and afterwards (1979 till present); 3. Conceptual Framework; 4. Results; 5. Conclusions and Policy Implications; Appendix: On Data Sources; References
Control code
ocn781790613
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 353 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789814287814
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)781790613

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