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  • A review of recent urban geographic studies in India
  • Urban issues and urbanization characteristics of Asia
  • India ; Research ; Urban geography ; Urban planning ; Urbanization
  • The paper reviews the changing nature of the growing specialized trends of urban geography in India since independence, with a particular emphasis to the 1980s and early 1990. Urban geography has emerged as a major academic sub-field in India
  • 1993
  • Characteristics of provincial population urbanization and its correlated factors
  • China ; Demographic change ; Economic development ; Economic structure ; Regional disparities ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urban population ; Urbanization
  • Beginning with an introduction to the fundamental theories of population urbanization, this paper discusses the basic characteristics of provincial urban population changes in the People's Republic of China since her foundation in 1949, and analyzes
  • the correlated factors of its urbanization process.
  • 1993
  • Urban theory: reworking the division of labor
  • Division of labour ; Social structure ; Social theory ; Town ; Urban district ; Urban policy ; Urban structure ; Urban theory
  • Réflexions de l'A. centrées sur un article de K. Cox publié en 1991 dans la revue Journal of Urban Affairs: questions of abstraction in studies in the new urban politics.
  • 1993
  • The convolution of urban planning with tradition in Lesotho, 1928-91
  • Ideology ; Land ; Land use ; Legislation ; Lesotho ; Spatial allocation ; Urban area ; Urban landscape ; Urban planning ; Urban structure ; Urbanism
  • During the period under review, legislation was the predominant planning instrument. Spatial urban planning appears to have been effective during the colonial period because of the existence of a clear colonial ideology, a small and economically
  • empowered urban population to plan for, and relatively skilled workers. During the period of political independence, urban planning was marked by contradictions within the value system of the elite, by efforts to implement legislation and by lack
  • 1993
  • Development of Pudong and optimization of structure of urban area of Shanghai
  • China ; Economic policy ; Economic structure ; Industrial firm ; Optimization ; Shanghai ; Urban density ; Urban development ; Urban economy ; Urban policy ; Urban population ; Urban structure
  • Based on detailed analysis of the present situation and problems of the structure of urban area of Shanghai, the inner mechanisms that caused the problems are explored and development of Pudong as the strategic breakthrough of the optimization
  • of the structure of urban area is determined. Various restrictive factors must be considered and corresponding policies and measures must be drawn up.
  • 1993
  • Comparative analysis of urban and industrial hierarchies of Romanian towns in 1990
  • Industrial concentration ; Industrial employment ; Industrialization ; Rank-size distribution ; Romania ; Urban growth ; Urban hierarchy ; Urbanization
  • Urban and industrial hierarchies can be constructed as synthetic indicators of urbanisation and industrialisation at a particular moment in time. The paper examines the relations between the urban and industrial hierarchies at all levels
  • 1993
  • Urban land use transformation and determinants of urban land use size in China
  • China ; Economic reform ; Land ; Land rent ; Land use ; Spatial allocation ; Town ; Urban development
  • An overview of the problems in urban land use and the impacts of economic reforms and planning policies on rapid urban land expansion and structural transformation is outlined. Statistical analyses reveal determinants of urban land size. This use
  • has been improved, and the size is related to urban reforms, land use adjustment, as well as to population growth and economic development.
  • 1993
  • Application of studies on urban population at a microscale
  • The urban population at a microscale
  • Segregation ; Shanty town ; Social development ; Social inequality ; Social structure ; Squatter settlement ; Unemployment ; Urban district ; Urban renewal ; Urban society
  • 1993
  • Water transport and urban development
  • Harbour ; River transport ; Sea transport ; Transport ; Transport system ; Transportation geography ; Urban development
  • The water transport/ urban development interface is considered against the background of factors involved in urban transport systems in the context of the broad field of transport geography. A typology is introduced to distinguish between land-based
  • and water-based forms of transport, and between inter-and intra-urban systems.
  • 1993
  • Portugal ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban growth ; Urban history ; Urban morphology ; Urban structure
  • 1993
  • Urban issues and urbanization characteristics of Asia
  • Delhi ; India ; Residential environment ; Urban construction ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urban history ; Urban planning ; Urban structure
  • 1993
  • Urban issues and urbanization characteristics of Asia
  • Housing ; Riyadh ; Saudi Arabia ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urban morphology ; Urban planning ; Urban structure ; Urban transport
  • 1993
  • European cities: changing urban structures in a changing world
  • Economic base ; Economic integration ; Economic restructuring ; Europe ; Glasgow ; Information ; Land rent ; Large city ; Prague ; Social change ; Stockholm ; Technological innovation ; Town ; Urban change ; Urban development ; Urban economy ; Urban
  • function ; Urban renewal ; Urban social movement ; Urban sociology ; Urban structure ; Urban theory
  • 1993
  • Audiovisual ; Perception ; Perception of the urban environment ; United States of America ; Urban environment ; Urban geography ; Urban landscape
  • 1993
  • Area of attraction ; Barcelona ; Catalonia ; Spain ; Town ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban society ; Urban structure
  • 1993
  • Europe ; European Union ; Town ; Urban growth ; Urban network ; Urban system ; Urbanization
  • 1993
  • Demographic structures of the urban population
  • The urban population at a microscale
  • Congress ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Family structure ; Population projection ; Segregation ; Town ; Urban density ; Urban dynamics ; Urban population ; Urban structure
  • 1993
  • Numerical investigation into the influence of geometry and construction materials on urban street climate
  • Applied climatology ; Energy balance ; Microclimate ; Model ; Numerical model ; Temperature ; Urban climate ; Urban construction
  • A numerical model is developed for simulating the nocturnal cooling of the ground and walls in typical urban canyons. The model is capable of dealing with homogeneous as well as inhomogeneous (layered) soil and wall substrates. Experiments carried
  • out with the model show that the differencein the thermal properties of urban asphalt and concrete pavements and the rural surface dry soil substrate could create urban/rural surface temperature differences of up to 4-5K.
  • 1993
  • Berlin ; Demographic change ; Germany ; Large city;Metropolis ; Political reform ; Reunification ; Urban construction ; Urban development ; Urban network ; Urban planning ; Urban population ; Urban system
  • the problems of the creation of the German urban system at 1990/1991 right after unification, in the fields of planning and policy, finance, population and economy. The last part gives some sceptical spotlights on future developments in the aforementioned
  • 1993
  • A theory of urban decline : economy, demography and political elites
  • Business cycle ; Deindustrialization ; Economic base ; Industrial decline ; Industrialized countries ; Product cycle ; Theory ; Urban administration ; Urban economy ; Urban theory
  • If some large cities in advanced industrialised countries are countinuing to grow, many have experienced decline. To account for the process of decline and its consequences, a general model of urban decline is proposed. It specifies the relationship
  • between employment, population, political elites and urban fiscal revenues. Constructs and propositions are drawn from economic and ecological theorems. Empirical evidence is based on literature predominantly from Germany and the U.S.
  • 1993