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Chinese urban transformation : a tale of six cities /

Chen Yuanzhi, Alan Hudson & He Lisheng.

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Author: Chen, Yuanzhi, (Professor)
Other Names: Hudson, Alan, | He, Lisheng,
Published: London : RIBA Publishing, [2018]
Topics: Urbanization - China - Case studies. | Cities and towns - China - Growth - Case studies. | City planning - China - Case studies. | Urban renewal - China - Case studies.
Regions: China.
Genres: Case studies. | Case studies.
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245 10|aChinese urban transformation :|ba tale of six cities /|cChen Yuanzhi, Alan Hudson & He Lisheng.
264 1|aLondon :|bRIBA Publishing,|c[2018]
264 4|c©2018
300 |axi, 146 pages :|bcolor illustrations, color maps ;|c28 cm
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500 |aCover title.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|aMachine generated contents note:|g1.|tThe Process and Orientation of China's Urbanisation --|tThe Development Process and China's Current Urbanisation --|tThe Development Process of China's Urbanisation --|tThe Main Characteristics of China's Current Urbanisation --|tChallenges in China's Urbanisation --|tResources and Ecology --|tRelieving Social Conflicts --|tMeasures for China's New Urbanisation --|tThe Managed Migration of the Rural Population to Urban Areas --|tThe Reconfiguration of Urban Space --|tEffective Use and Conservation of Resources for Environmental Protection --|tStrengthening Urban Planning, Construction and Management --|tImplementing a Strategy of `Industry Nurturing Agriculture' and City Supporting Village' --|g2.|tChinese Cities: Functions and Industrial Layout --|tMajor Functions and Industrial Layout of Chinese Cities --|tPlanned Economy Period: Production Oriented --|tReform and Opening-up Period: Equilibrium between Production and Service --|tDevelopment Zones: New Industrial Space --|tThe Main Categories of Development Zones --|tA Brief History of Development Zones --|tThe Impact of Development Zones on Urban Industrial Restructuring --|tNew Towns: Spatial Restructuring of Urban Industries --|g3.|tThe Land Property Rights System and Land Administration --|tThe Land Property Rights System --|tThe Administration System for Land Utilisation --|tCultivated Land Protection System --|tThe Land Use Planning System --|tThe Administration System for Construction Land --|tLand Management in Development Zones --|tThe Administration System for the Urban Land Market --|tThe Current Urban Land Market --|tRegulations for the Urban Land Market --|g4.|tCommunity Governance in China --|tThe Evolution of the Urban Community Administration System --|tStreet and Residence Administration System in the Context of the Planned Economy --|tThe Community Administration System in the Context of the Market Economy --|tUrban Community Service in China --|tThe Features of Community Service --|tCurrent Development in Community Service --|tThe Developmental Direction of Urban Community Service --|tCommunity Residents' Self-governance in China --|tThe Role of Community Residents Self-Governance --|tThe Functions of Community Residents Self-Governance --|g5.|tChapter 5: Understanding the Environmental Agenda --|tThe Background of Ecological Civilisation --|tMacro Level: A National Philosophical Mindset --|tMicro Level: Individual Behaviour Change --|tThe Development of Chinese Eco-cities --|tThe Definition of the Eco-city --|tThe Practices of Eco-city --|g6.|tAssessment Report on Urban Transformation and Upgrading Capabilities in China --|tA Literature Review on Urban Transformation and Upgrading Research --|tThe Content of Urban Transformation and Upgrading --|tMain Patterns of Urban Transformation and Upgrading --|tEvaluation Indices for Urban Sustainable Development --|tFactors to Influence Urban Transformation and Upgrading --|tCritical Mass in Urban Transformation and Upgrading Capability --|tThe Evaluation Model of Urban Transformation and Upgrading Capability in China --|tThe Principles for Selecting the Index --|tThe Original Version of the Evaluation Index --|tThe Revised Version of the Evaluation Index --|tThe Ranking of China's Urban Transformation and Upgrading Capability --|g7.|tShanghai: A Vision of a New Global City --|tAn Overview of Shanghai --|tChallenges and Bottlenecks for a Global Shanghai --|tEconomic Development --|tSpatial Layout --|tPublic Service --|tMeasures for the Transformation and Development of Shanghai --|tImproving Urban Governance Structure --|tWeakening the Incentive System for Pursuit of GDP --|tPropelling Systematic Reforms in the Pilot Free Trade Zone --|g8.|tNanchang: Towards a Low-carbon City --|tAn Overview of Nanchang --|tThe Basis and Challenges of Nanchang's Transition to a Low-carbon City --|tStrategy and Implementation in Constructing a Low-carbon City --|g9.|tQingdao: Towards a Blue Economic Zone --|tAn Overview of Qingdao --|tUrban Space Restructuring and Expansion --|tDeveloping a Marine Economy and Building the Blue Economic Zone --|tBasic Conditions for the Construction of the Blue Economic Core Area --|tThe Progress in Building the Blue Economic Core Area --|tTowards the Blue Economy --|tMeasuring the Development of the Blue Economy --|g10.|tHangzhou: A Paradise on Earth --|tThe Background of Transformation Development --|tThe Evolution of City Function --|tThe Expansion of City Space --|tThe Challenges of Transformation --|tCity Planning --|tCity Construction --|tCity Management --|tIndustrial Structure Adjustment and Upgrading --|tCity Traffic --|tCity Housing --|t`Villages in the City' --|tCity Public Governance --|tCity Ecological Environment --|tHangzhou's Transformation in Practice --|tPromoting the City's Organic Renewal --|tBuilding the `3+1' Modern Industrial System --|tDeveloping the Economy by Developing the Urban Environment --|g11.|tChengdu: Towards a World Ecological Garden City --|tAn Overview of Chengdu --|tBuilding Chengdu's World Ecological Garden City --|tThe Background and Objective of Building a World Ecological Garden City --|tThe Process of Building a World Ecological Garden City --|tThe Achievements and Features of Building a World Ecological Garden City --|tAdhering to Overall Planning and Top-level Design --|tEstablishing the Administration Structure and Improving System Coordination --|tThe Features of Building a World Ecological Garden City --|g12.|tHefei: Towards an Innovative City --|tAn Overview of Hefei --|tBuilding an Innovative City --|tThe Background of Building an Innovative City --|tThe Process of Building an Innovative City --|tThe Achievements and Features of Building an Innovative City --|tThe Achievements of Building an Innovative City --|tThe Features of Building an Innovative City.
520 |a"Now an established global force, China has experienced a sustained period of staggering economic growth since policy reform in the 1970s. Chinese urbanisation is the most significant example of economic, environmental and social change both within China and globally. In recent years, central government has made a concerted effort to encourage city governments to realign their priorities and achieve a balance between economic efficiency, social justice and environmental protection. Chinese Urban Transformation: A Tale of Six Cities is a fascinating exploration of the dramatic development Chinese cities have undergone. Tracing this transformation through a comprehensive analysis of social and economic change in six cities, it unravels the complex relationship between policy, outlook and role that urban development plays in China's view of itself, including the tensions resulting from rapid social and economic change. Grounded in current Chinese planning and both classical and recent discussions on the city and urban spaces, this book is essential for architects, planners, urban designers and engineers with an interest in working in, learning about, or trying to break into Chinese urban planning and social policy."--|cProvided by publisher.
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