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  • The strategic transition of spatial distribution in China's urbanization and the measures concerned
  • Three economic zones are explored in terms of spatial distribution of urbanization with reference to past experiences and the existing relevant policies. Suggestions are made to draw an overall plan for the purpose of adjustment.
  • Spatial differentiation of passenger traffic and its determinants in China
  • This paper studies spatial variation of passenger traffic in relation to six factors of population aspect, migration, urbanization, density of transport network, economic environment and socio-political environment.
  • Social equality and economic development in India: spatial structures and correlates
  • A preliminary study on the energy-economic regionalization of China.
  • Demarcation of regions according to the spatial differentiation on richness of energy resources, economic links between energy production and marketing and energy structure is proposed. Per capita data show that the north, northwestern
  • and southwestern China are much more abundant in energy than the rest of the country. Six first-order and 13 second-order energy-economic regions are demarcated, the latter sub-divided under urban and rural categories. Rational deployment of energy resources within
  • Views on Alleppey| socio-economic and socio-spatial perspectives on an industrial port town in Kerala, South India.
  • Etude sur une ville de l'Inde du Sud planifiée au XVIII siècle. Analyse du développement socio-économique et socio-spatial de la ville, et comparaison avec d'autres grandes villes en Inde. Etude sur le terrain et analyse de données écrites sources
  • Spatial organization of a caste society : the example of the Newar in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
  • The 25 or so castes in the Newar cultural group serve distinct economic functions and tend to be spatially segregated. The number of castes in a particular village is not directly related to size. - (DWG)
  • Spatial segregation trends in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area, Israel
  • The A. analyses the segregation among population groups in Israel's Tel Aviv metropolitan area in the early 1970s. In addition to spatial segregation according to age, socio-economic status and ethnic groups, a unique importance is attached
  • The special economic zones and the development of the Zhujiang Delta area in Spatial development in the Pearl River Delta.
  • Taiwan : Some spatial implications of rapide economic growth
  • Centre-périphérie ; Concentration spatiale ; Croissance économique ; Disparités régionales ; Décentralisation ; Economie régionale ; Economie spatiale ; Emploi ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Industrialisation ; Nouveaux pays industrialisés ; Taiwan
  • The Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and the Guangdong hinterland in Spatial development in the Pearl River Delta.
  • The paper seeks to establish relative orders of economic magnitude, as measured by various available indicators. It uses available county-level data for Guangdong province to suggest degrees of diversity, of relative prosperity or advancement.
  • The purpose of this paper is to investigate the process of the extension of regular truck transportation networks over fixed routes in Japan. The author summarized the spatial extention of regular truck service as follows : during the period
  • of rapid economic growth, the distribution system mainly involved the mass transport of bulk cargo. Since the two oil crises, however, the focus has shifted to the transport of small cargo and parcels, requiring speed and high frequency. The network
  • development of regular trucking services over fixed routes should be understood in the context of these socio-economic changes. - (KA)
  • Recent changes in regional structure based on socio-economic characteristics in Tokyo metropolitan area, 1975-1985
  • The 4 main results : 1) The first factor which explains about 38 per cent of the total variance is interpreted as the agglomeration of the tertiary industries such as commercial activities and financial activities. 2) The spatial distribution
  • of standardized factor score for the agglomeration of the tertiary industries shows a distinct distant-decay pattern. 3) The spatial distributions of factor score for the white collar residence in 1975 and 1985 reveal that the districts showing the highest
  • Economic growth and urbanization: a study of Japan in Urbanization and development.
  • , c'est-à-dire considérant la quantité de main-d'oeuvre qualifiée comme pratiquement illimitée. Les aspects spatiaux des migrations ont une portée considérable sur les potentiels de croissance régionaux si les demandes sociales du capital sont spatialement
  • Etude de l'inégale répartition spatiale des services de santé à l'échelle du District de Pune, à celle de l'aire métropolitaine. Les données résultant d'enquêtes sur le terrain ont été complétées par celles du Socio-Economic Abstract du District de
  • aqueduct) is the basic source of water which is the dry region. The qanât (subterranean aqueduct) is the basic source of water which is considered| comparisons are made between the qanât and the well to prove that the former is more economical. The A. first
  • of irrigation system, clarifying questions relating to the class structure of the society, but rather from the very precise data the A. presents. It unravels some of the mysteries of the qanât, and the complicated temporal and spatial measurement. system
  • Spatial patterns of productivity of agricultural land in Japan from 1960 to 1975
  • Analyse spatiale ; Economie rurale ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Japon ; Productivité agricole
  • This paper presents the spatial patterns and their temporal changes of productivity of agricultural land in Japan on meso-scale and extracts the general spatial patterns by using the trend surface analysis. - (SGA)
  • Israel: planning and immigration in relation to spatial development
  • Développement spatial ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Immigration ; Israël ; Migration ; Planification
  • En japonais Spatial diffusion of Spanish influenza in Japan, 1916-1926
  • 1916-1926 ; Diffusion spatiale ; Grippe espagnole ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Japon ; Santé
  • Spatial analysis of service centres in Trans-Ghagura Plains
  • Analyse spatiale ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Lieux centraux ; Service ; Trans-Ghagura Plains
  • Spatial pattern of quality of life in Lucknow city
  • Bien-être ; Déséquilibre spatial ; Equipement urbain ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Logement ; Lucknow ; Qualité de la vie ; Uttar Pradesh ; Vie urbaine
  • The present study is an attempt to understand the interrelationships of the problem of serious shortfalls in housing, public utilities and community facilities, etc. and their spatial patterns taking the city of Lucknow as the case study. - (PLK)