China Urban Competitiveness in Industrialization: Based on the Panel Data of 25 Cities in China from 1990 to 2009
There is a consensus in China that industrialization, urbanization, globalization and information technology will enhance China's urban competitiveness. We have developed 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. Our model uses data for 12 variables, to which we apply appropriate statistical techniques. We are able to examine the competitiveness of inland cities and those on the coast, how this has changed during the two decades of the study, the competitiveness of Mega Cities and of administrative centres, and the importance of each variable in explaining urban competitiveness and its development over time. This analysis will be of benefit to Chinese planners as they seek to enhance the competitiveness of China and its major cities in the future.
Ni, Pengfei; Kresl, Peter Karl; and Li, Xiaojiang. "China Urban Competitiveness in Industrialization: Based on the Panel Data of 25 Cities in China from 1990 to 2009." Urban Studies 51, no. 13 (2014) : 2787-2805.
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