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Global Research of Cities : a Case of Chengdu

Author: Peter Taylor; Pengfei Ni; Kai Liu
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st ed. 2016View all editions and formats
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This book, written by the national think tank of China, presents a comprehensive analysis of the key elements and unique characteristics in Chengdu's development into a global city. To do so, it adopts both external and internal perspectives: externally, it highlights Chengdu's agglomeration and linkage so as to identify the differences in its overall development in comparison with other world cities. Internally, it  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Taylor; Pengfei Ni; Kai Liu
ISBN: 9789812879813 9812879811
OCLC Number: 944054919
Description: Online-Ressource (XVIII, 205 Seiten 28 Illustrationen, 5 Illustrationen in color, online resource).
Responsibility: by Peter Taylor, Pengfei Ni, Kai Liu.

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This book, written by the national think tank of China, presents a comprehensive analysis of the key elements and unique characteristics in Chengdu's development into a global city. To do so, it adopts both external and internal perspectives: externally, it highlights Chengdu's agglomeration and linkage so as to identify the differences in its overall development in comparison with other world cities. Internally, it explores the behavior of companies within the city as the root motive for urban development. The authors investigate how businesses grow and promote the agglomeration, linkage and diversity of cities in the growth process, helping readers understand the contribution of businesses to urban development.

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