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  • Regional competition, agglomeration, and housing markets in China
  • China ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Industry ; Land market ; Local amenities ; Social security ; Urban park ; Urban policy
  • Amenidades locales ; China ; Costo de la vivienda ; Industria ; Mercado de bienes raíces ; Mercado de la vivienda ; Parque urbano ; Política urbana ; Seguro social ; Vivienda
  • Dans ce numéro spécial consacré à la concurrence régionale, à l'agglomaration industrielle et aux marchés du logements en Chine, on trouvera les articles suivants : 1-Regional competition, agglomeration, and housing markets in China ; 2-Land supply
  • and capitalization of public goods in housing prices : evidence from Beijing ; 3-Valuing the “green” amenities in a spatial context. ; 4-Industrial agglomeration and employer compliance with social security contribution : evidence from China ; 5-Interjuridictional
  • tax competition in China.
  • 2014
  • Horizontal versus vertical learning : divergence and diversification of lead firms in the Hangji toothbrush cluster, China
  • China ; Firm strategy ; Industrial cluster ; Industry ; Jiangsu ; Learning process
  • Agrupación empresarial ; China ; Estrategia de empresa ; Industria ; Jiangsu
  • This article examines divergent strategies of three lead firms in the Hangji toothbrush industry, China, from the perspective of vertical linkages in global value chains and horizontal interaction in competitive networks. Although both frameworks
  • 2014
  • [b1] Institute of China Innovation and Dept. of Urban and Regional Economics, East China Normal Univ., Shanghai, Chine
  • China’s landed urbanization : neoliberalizing politics, land commodification, and municipal finance in the growth of metropolises
  • Beijing ; China ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Land ; Land policy ; Neo liberalism ; Northern China ; Taxation system ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urbanization
  • Beijing ; Bienes raíces ; China ; China del Norte ; Crecimiento urbano ; Desarrollo urbano ; Fiscalidad ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Neoliberalismo ; Política territorial ; Urbanización
  • 2014
  • Between God and Caesar? Christianity, ethnic identity, and resistant politics in Shimenkan, China
  • China ; Christianity ; Education system ; Ethnic minority ; Ideology ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Social geography ; Yunnan
  • China ; Cristianismo ; Geografía política ; Geografía social ; Ideología ; Minoría étnica ; Rol del Estado ; Sistema educativo ; Yunnan
  • This paper focuses on the politics of religious space and hybridized cultural identity in the reconstruction of Miao ethnicity in China. It is argued that translocal flows of cultural resources should be taken into account in order to investigate
  • 2014
  • [b1] School of Geography, Center for Cultural Industry and Cultural Geography, South China Normal Univ., Guangzhou, Chine
  • Natural variability of summer rainfall over China in HadCM3
  • China ; Climatic change ; Climatic variability ; Human impact ; Modelling ; Monsoon ; Precipitation ; Southern China ; Summer
  • Acción antrópica ; Cambio climático ; China ; China del Sur ; Modelización ; Monzón ; Precipitación ; Variabilidad climática ; Verano
  • 2014
  • Diurnal cycle of summer rainfall in Shandong of eastern China
  • China ; Eastern China ; Pluviometry ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variability ; Spatial differentiation ; Summer
  • China ; China del Este ; Diferenciación espacial ; Pluviometría ; Precipitación ; Variabilidad estacional ; Verano
  • 2014
  • Happiness and job satisfaction in urban China : a comparative study of two generations of migrants and urban locals
  • China ; Employment ; Labour migration ; Manpower ; Satisfaction ; Second generation ; Social geography ; Working conditions
  • China ; Condiciones de trabajo ; Empleo ; Geografía social ; Mano de obra ; Migración de trabajo ; Satisfacción ; Segunda generación
  • This study investigates determinants of happiness and job satisfaction of urban locals, firstgeneration migrants and new-generation migrants in China’s urban workforce. It presents evidence to suggest that new-generation migrants are less satisfied
  • with their jobs and lives than first-generation migrants, despite having higher income. This finding is consistent with aspirations rising faster than income in China’s fast-growing urban economy.
  • 2014
  • Tourism, modernity and the consumption of home in China
  • China ; Home ; Modernity ; Performativity ; Sense of belonging ; Social geography ; Tourism ; Yunnan
  • China ; Geografía social ; Modernidad ; Sentimiento de pertenencia ; Turismo ; Yunnan
  • This article examines tourism, modernity and the consumption of home in China. First, it examines why home is woven into the touristic imagination of Lijiang; and second, it links tourists' personal experiences with China's broad sociospatial
  • 2014
  • The development of trade fair ecologies in China : case studies from Chengdu and Shanghai
  • Chengdu ; China ; Fair ; Firm ; Industry ; Information ; Knowledge ; Shanghai ; Sichuan ; Technology ; Urban economy
  • Chengdu ; China ; Conocimiento ; Economía urbana ; Empresa ; Feria ; Industria ; Información ; Setchouan ; Tecnología
  • development in China is increasingly driven by industry associations and local governments, often involving experienced foreign organizers, and thus reducing the influence of the central government. This has produced a substantial variety of local versus
  • 2014
  • [b1] Dept. of Urban and Regional Economy, East China Normal Univ., Shanghai, Chine
  • Multi-scalar regionalization, network connections and the development of Yunnan Province, China
  • China ; Competitiveness ; Cooperation ; Development ; Firm ; Network ; Regional development ; Regionalization ; Spatial scale ; Yunnan
  • China ; Competitividad ; Cooperación ; Desarrollo ; Desarrollo regional ; Empresa ; Escala espacial ; Red ; Regionalización ; Yunnan
  • Taking China's Yunnan Province as a study case, this paper analyses the network connections that undergird regional development and how its provincial government builds these connections to facilitate multi-scalar regionalization. It is argued
  • that this process of place-making entails an assemblage of state institutions and enterprises at various scales. It expands the literature on regional development and sheds light on how China's less developed regions struggle to improve their competitiveness
  • 2014
  • China urban competitiveness in industrialization : based on the panel data of 25 cities in China from 1990 to 2009
  • China ; Competitiveness ; Economic activity ; Employment ; Gross domestic product ; Industrialization ; Manpower ; Megalopolis ; Urban economy
  • Actividad económica ; China ; Competitividad ; Economía urbana ; Empleo ; Industrialización ; Mano de obra ; Megalópolis ; Producto interior bruto
  • This article develops a methodology for the analysis of urban competitiveness that we have applied to China’s 25 principal cities during three periods from 1990 through 2009. It examines the competitiveness of inland cities and those on the coast
  • will be of benefit to Chinese planners as they seek to enhance the competitiveness of China and its major cities in the future.
  • 2014
  • [b3] The Agricultural Bank of China, Beijing, Chine
  • Spatial and seasonal variations of soil salinity following vegetation restoration in coastal saline land in eastern China
  • China ; Eastern China ; Ecological restoration ; Island ; Saline soil ; Salinity ; Seasonal variation ; Shanghai ; Soil ; Soil moisture ; Soil properties ; Vegetation
  • China ; China del Este ; Humedad del suelo ; Isla ; Propiedades del suelo ; Restauración ecológica ; Salinidad ; Suelo ; Suelo salino ; Variación estacional ; Vegetación
  • In Chongmind Island, eastern China, the AA. explored the way vegetation restoration affected the profile distributions of soil moisture and salinity in various seasons in naturally salt-affected coastal saline land. In four types of vegetation, five
  • 2014
  • [b1] Shangai Key Lab. for Urban Ecological Processes and Eco-Restoration, East China Normal Univ., Shangai, Chine
  • [b2] Dept. of Geography, College of Resource and Environment Science, East China Normal Univ., Shangai, Chine
  • Effects of urbanization on daily temperature extremes in North China
  • China ; Climate extreme ; Human impact ; Northern China ; Rural area ; Seasonal variability ; Surface temperature ; Temperature ; Urban area ; Urban climate ; Urbanization
  • Acción antrópica ; China ; China del Norte ; Clima urbano ; Espacio rural ; Espacio urbano ; Temperatura ; Temperatura de superficie ; Urbanización ; Variabilidad estacional
  • This article examines the regional changes of daily temperature extremes in North China caused by urbanization during two time periods of 1961–2010 and 1951–2010. For urbanization effect, the results show a decrease in annual and winter diurnal
  • progress at rural areas in North China would be prominent in the next few years relative to urban areas to some extent from model estimates.
  • 2014
  • [b2] Institute of Urban Meteorology, China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, Chine
  • Combining LPJ-GUESS and HASM to simulate the spatial distribution of forest vegetation carbon stock in China
  • Carbon cycle ; Carbon sequestration ; China ; Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Model ; Simulation ; Spatial distribution
  • Bosque ; China ; Ciclo del carbono ; Distribución espacial ; Ecosistema ; Gestión del medio ambiente ; Modelo ; Secuestro de carbono ; Simulación
  • of HASM to simulate the distribution of forest carbon storage in China. This study also adopts the seventh forest resources statistics of China as the data source to generate sample points, and it also works as the simulation accuracy test. The simulation
  • result indicates that the southwestern mountain region and the northeastern forests are the important forest carbon reservoirs in China. Compared with the former value (1975-1995), it manifests that the carbon storage of the 2 regions do increase clearly
  • . The results of this research show that the large-scale reforestation in the last decades in China attains a significant carbon sink.
  • 2014
  • [b4] National Satellite Meteorological Center, China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, Chine
  • Spatial and temporal variations of coastlines in northern China (2000–2012)
  • China ; Coastal environment ; Coastal erosion ; Coastline ; Fractals ; Human impact ; Natural disturbance ; Northern China ; Space time ; Statistical analysis
  • Acción antrópica ; Análisis estadístico ; China ; China del Norte ; Erosión litoral ; Espacio-tiempo ; Fractal ; Litoral ; Línea de costa
  • The AA. examined the spatial distribution of the continent coastline in northern China using remote sensing and GIS techniques, and calculated the fractal dimension of the coastline by box-counting method, with a time span from 2000 to 2012
  • . Moreover, they analyzed the characteristics of spatial-temporal changes in the coastline's length and fractal dimension, the relationship between the length change and fractal dimension change, and the driving forces of coastline changes in northern China
  • will, in most cases, lead to the increase (or decrease) of the whole coastline fractal dimension. Civil-coastal engineering construction was the most important factor driving the coastline change in northern China. Compared to human activities, the influence
  • 2014
  • China’s new territorial strategies towards North Korea : security, development, and inter-scalar politics
  • China ; Economic development ; Economic geography ; Geopolitics ; Industrial development ; International relations ; North Korea ; Political geography ; Project ; Security ; Territorial strategy ; Trans-border cooperation
  • China ; Cooperación transfrontalera ; Corea del Norte ; Desarrollo económico ; Desarrollo industrial ; Estrategia territorial ; Geografía económica ; Geografía política ; Geopolítica ; Proyecto ; Relaciones internacionales ; Seguridad
  • This paper analyzes China’s North Korea strategy, focusing on its territorial practices and representations. The study shows that China’s territorial strategies are to enhance geopolitical security through geoeconomic means. To grasp these dynamics
  • , this paper examines three territorial features: China’s geopolitical visions, regional development projects, and the scalar politics of its North Korea policy. The central finding is that China’s North Korea strategy cannot be reduced to any single dimension
  • 2014
  • Going green or going away : environmental regulation, economic geography and firms’ strategies in China’s pollution-intensive industries
  • China ; Firm strategy ; Industrial pollution ; Industry ; Pollution ; Regulation ; Zhejiang
  • China ; Contaminación ; Contaminación industrial ; Estrategia de empresa ; Industria ; Reglamentación ; Zhejiang
  • This article examines environmental regulation, economic geography and firms’ strategies in China’s pollution-intensive industries. Through the example of firms in Shangyu, Zhejiang province in China, it argues that rising environmental regulations
  • , as well as firm characteristics, regional hub effect and political environment, have all been particularly important in forcing China’s pollution-intensive enterprises to restructure their production, through innovation, upgrading, geographical relocation
  • , outsourcing and plant closure, especially in China’s coastal regions. The empirical analysis suggests a roughly inverted “U”-shaped relationship between firm relocation tendency and firm size (or firm capability), resulting from complex interactions between
  • 2014
  • Spatial-temporal patterns of China's interprovincial migration, 1985–2010
  • China ; Economic development ; Migration ; Migration factor ; Migratory flow ; Space time
  • China ; Desarrollo económico ; Espacio-tiempo ; Factor de migración ; Flujo migratorio ; Migración
  • . Strong spatial variations in migration intensity were found in China's interprovincial migration, and substantial increase in migration intensity was also detected in eastern China during 1985–2010. Eight key destinations are mostly located within
  • the three rapidly growing economic zones of eastern China (Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta and Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Metropolitan Region), and they are classified into three types : mature, emerging, and fluctuant origins. The results of bicomponent
  • trend mapping indicate that, in a sense, the migration in the south was more active than the north over the last three decades. This shows the new changing features of spatial-temporal patterns of China’s interprovincial migration.
  • 2014
  • Increasing free-air 0°C isotherm height in Southwest China from 1960 to 2010
  • 0°C isotherm ; Air temperature ; Altitude ; China ; Climatic change ; Climatic trend ; Climatic warming ; Radiosonde data ; Southwest China ; Temperature
  • Altitud ; Cambio climático ; China ; Recalentamiento climático ; Temperatura ; Temperatura del aire ; Tendencia del clima
  • Based on the radiosonde data observed at 14 stations in Southwest China from 1960 to 2010, as well as the corresponding surface air temperature, the long-term change of free-air 0°C isotherm height in Southwest China and the relationships between
  • surface air temperature and 0°C isotherm height are discussed. The results indicated that the two main regimes influencing the spatial patterns of 0°C isotherm height in Southwest China are latitude and huge massif. Generally, the increasing trend can
  • 2014
  • Variations in the starting date of the pre-summer rainy season in South China, 1736–2010
  • China ; Climate reconstruction ; Climatology ; Interannual variability ; Periodicity ; Precipitation ; Rainfall ; Season ; Southern China
  • China ; China del Sur ; Climatología ; Estación ; Lluvia ; Periodicidad ; Precipitación ; Reconstitución climatica ; Variabilidad interanual
  • The starting dates of the pre-summer rainy season during historical times (1736–1911) in Fuzhou and Guangzhou of South China, were determined and reconstructed on the basis of historical documents in the Yu-Xue-Fen-Cun archive, together
  • of inter-annual and inter-decadal changes in the starting dates of the pre-summer rainy season in South China over the past 300 years.
  • 2014