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  • The places of primitive accumulation in rural China
  • Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; China ; Rural area
  • 2008
  • Telecommunications infrastructure and regional income convergence in China : panel data approaches
  • China ; Convergence ; Economic growth ; Facilities ; Living standard ; Model ; Regional economy ; Telecommunications
  • The study empirically tests the results by applying different panel data approaches to the study of telecommunications infrastructure in regional economic growth across China. The pattern of regional economic growth across 29 regions in China from
  • 2008
  • Regional features of the temperature trend in China based on Empirical Mode Decomposition
  • China ; Climatic trend ; Climatic variability ; Regional climate ; Temperature
  • By the Empirical Mode Decomposition method, the AA. analyzed the observed monthly average temperature in more than 700 stations from 1951-2001 over China. Simultaneously, the temperature variability of each station is calculated by this method
  • , and classification chart of long term trend and temperature variability distributing chart of China are obtained, supported by GIS. Results and discussion.
  • 2008
  • Produktpiraterie, Plagiate und geistiges Eigentum in China
  • Wirtschaftsmacht China
  • China ; Manufactured products ; Regulation ; Technology
  • China is today´s leading global provider of plagiarized products, with growing international pressure to improve efforts on protecting intellectual property. For now more than two decades, the Chinese economy has been importing other countries´ know
  • . Under this policy, China proposed by becoming the manufacturing center of the world; but it also created an economy highly dependent on foreign technology. - (IfL)
  • 2008
  • Spatio-temporal analysis of land-use conversion in the eastern coastal China during 1996-2005
  • China ; Coastal environment ; Cultivated land ; Eastern China ; Economic development ; Geographical information system ; Land use ; Rurbanization ; Spatial analysis
  • This paper discusses with the aid of GIS technology the whole trend and spatio-temporal characteristics of arable land losing and land occupation for construction in the coastal area of China over the last decade, analyzes the dominant factors
  • and mechanisms of land-use change, and attempts to provide some suggestions for the decision-making of optimal land use to promote urban-rural balanced development and new socialist countryside construction in coastal China.
  • 2008
  • Observations on China's dynamic industrial sector
  • Car ; China ; Firm ; Globalization ; Industry ; Internet ; Technology
  • 2008
  • China's dynamic industrial sector : the internet industry
  • Beijing ; China ; Guangzhou ; Industry ; Internet ; Location ; Shanghai ; Shenzhen ; Venture capital
  • 2008
  • A new method of vegetation-climate classification in China
  • Bioclimatology ; Cartography ; China ; Classification ; Climate ; Index ; Taxonomy ; Vegetation
  • 2008
  • Monumentality in urban design : the case of China
  • Beijing ; China ; Chongqing ; Guangzhou ; Hong Kong ; Shanghai ; Shenzhen ; Urban geography ; World city
  • 2008
  • Causal relationship between telecommunications and economic growth in China and its regions
  • China ; Correlation ; Dynamic model ; Economic growth ; Regional analysis ; Statistical data ; Telecommunications
  • 2008
  • Globalization, institutional change, and industrial location : economic transition and industrial concentration in China
  • Agglomeration ; China ; Decentralization ; Globalization ; Industrial location ; Industry ; Mathematical model ; Spatial concentration
  • 2008
  • Restructuring of large industrial SOEs in transitional China : a case study in Lanzhou
  • China ; Diversification ; Enterprise ; Gansu ; Industrial firm ; Industrial restructuring ; Regional development
  • 2008
  • Development of local financial systems in Mainland China
  • Bank ; China ; Deregulation ; Economic reform ; Finance ; Local finance ; Regional disparities ; Shanghai
  • 2008
  • Commercial redevelopment and regional inequality in urban China : Xining's Wangfujing ?
  • China ; Globalization ; Qinghai ; Regional disparities ; Town ; Urban development ; Urban planning
  • 2008
  • Territorial competition in China and the West
  • Administration ; China ; Core-periphery ; Economic development ; Local administration ; Scale ; Urban development
  • 2008
  • Die Wissensmacht China
  • Wirtschaftsmacht China
  • China ; Economic development ; Globalization ; Knowledge ; Research
  • 2008
  • Ausländische Direktinvestitionen und Wissenstransfer nach China
  • Wirtschaftsmacht China
  • China ; Economic geography ; Export ; Globalization ; Innovation ; Investment ; Technology transfer
  • 2008
  • The relative importance of soil crust and slope angle in runoff and soil loss : a case study in the hilly areas of the Loess Plateau, North China
  • China ; Duricrust ; Loess ; Northern China ; Plateau ; Rainfall simulation ; Rill wash ; Sediment budget ; Slope gradient ; Soil erosion ; Watershed
  • 2008
  • Climatic characteristics of high temperature in East China during 1961-2005
  • China ; Climate ; Climatic anomaly ; Climatic cycle ; Climatic data ; Eastern China ; Spatial analysis ; Temperature
  • and monthly HTDs in East China were studied. Both the mean annual HTDs and the MDMT during annual HTDs were negative anomaly in the 1980s and positive anomaly in the other periods of time, oscillating with a cycle of about 12-15 years. The mean annual HTDs
  • were more in the southern part, but less in the northern part of East China. The MDMT during annual HTDs was higher in Zhejiang, Anhui and Jiangxi provinces in the central and western parts of East China. The high temperature process (HTP) was more
  • in the southwestern part, but less in northeastern part of East China. Both the HTDs and the numbers of HTP were at most in July, and the MDMT during monthly HTDS was also the highest in July. In the first 5 years of the 21st century, the mean annual HTDs and the MDMT
  • 2008
  • Evaluation of human bioclimates using quantile regression : a China case study
  • Bioclimatology ; Cartography ; China ; Climatic index ; Clothing ; Comfort ; Human bioclimatology ; Regression analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Temperature
  • A nonparametric version of quantile regressions was applied to investigate the human bioclimates in China through the use of the CLO (clothing requirements) index. Quantile regression surface maps produced from the whole spectrum of the CLO
  • at different locations. Hence, this analysis produced a more complete picture of the human bioclimates of the various regions in China.
  • 2008