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  • The relationship between wider-area municipal spheres and regional urban systems in Japan
  • In this paper the writer tries to analyze urban tributary areas and daily city regions of central cities according to the analysis of connectivity between central cities and their surrounding municipalities by using commuting data among
  • municipalities (1985 Census). Instead of the concept of a city region the writer uses the concepts of a daily city region corresponding to the commuting areas of a central city and an urban tributary area consisting of a wider area. As shown in another paper
  • (Morikawa, 1990), a municipality qualifies as a central city if the workers of at least 3,000 persons are engaged in sales and service job of the city. The writer examined the spatial relationships between WAMSs (wider-area municipal spheres) and urban
  • tributary areas and then observed the characteristics of each WAMS.
  • Some aspects of the urban climate of India in Urban climatology and its applications with special regard to tropical areas.
  • On the exodus of industry from urban areas in Japan
  • Tel-Aviv metropolitan area-urban geography in Atlas of Israel. Cartography, physical and human geography.
  • Regional urban systems in Japan
  • system in each prefecture mostly reflects features of its starting point, although regional differences between core and periphery areas have appeared in the process of urban growth.
  • Regional urban systems in Japan have a close relationship with prefectural territories. The population of prefectural capitals has gradually been controlled by the population scale of the prefecture. Analyzing the migration flows among 649 cities
  • in 1980, a city usually has a close connection to other cities within its own prefecture and forms a regional urban system with the hierarchical structure in which a prefectural capital is set up at the top. The hierarchical structure of the regional urban
  • Some aspects of the urban climate of Shanghai in Urban climatology and its applications with special regard to tropical areas.
  • Urban policy and retailing trends in Singapore
  • In Singapore, the major retailing trends have been the spatial distribution of retailing activities originally concentrated in the Central Area and the development of planned shopping centres. Such retail developments have simultaneously averted
  • decline in the Central Area and promoted the growth of suburban retail centres.
  • In Tokyo which became recently one of the first three world money markets, domestic and foreign financial institutions are located in a small area which got congested. That situation created numerous urban problems, such as a dramatic increase
  • in urban land price. - (SGA)
  • A review of studies on metropolitan areas in Japan
  • The Japanese metropolises have undergone drastic changes over the last 30 years. Their urban structure is acquirring a multiple-nuclei pattern. Despite the relative decline of the central city, the Japanese metropolitan areas do not have severe
  • The change of social structure and urban development in Tokyo metropolitan region
  • of regional structure of Tokyo metropolitan area with the change of Japanese industrial structure. And this paper aims to compare the situation of 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. This aims to analyse the trend of big development projects in Tokyo metropolitan area
  • Upgrading of low-income, residential areas in Jakarta and Manila in Urban planning practice in developing countries.
  • Population census 1981. Vol. 3 Urban areas tables.
  • The walled city of Ahmedabad versus two outer areas: a study in urban contrasts
  • The status of Tokyo in Japan from the standpoint of high-order urban function
  • The concentration of corporate headquarters in Tokyo has always existed and leads to the relatively low concentration in second ranked Osaka. The head offices of foreign affiliated firms are strongly concentrated too in the Tokyo metropolitan area
  • The determinants of the likelihood of recent home purchasers actually obtaining a loan form a formal finance institution in Jordan. A comparison between purchasers in rural and urban areas. - (SGA)
  • An approach to shopping centre location of Shanghai's urban area.
  • Applying location theory and quantitative analysis, the classification and hierarchy of shopping centres and the factors affecting shopping centre location is attempted for urban Shanghai. Cluster analysis is applied to classify 61 major shopping
  • There are over two thousand urban settlements within the Changjiang Delta area and a large and complex system of urban places with different functions is distinguishable. The four large cities have clearly functioned as development poles
  • Labour mobility, migration and urbanization in the Pearl River Delta area in Spatial development in the Pearl River Delta.
  • Water resources for At Taif, Saudi Arabia: a study of alternative sources for an expanding urban area
  • Singapore's area licence scheme: results and lessons in Urban planning practice in developing countries.