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The pattern of foreign property investment in Vietnam: the apartment market in Ho Chi Minh City
As globalization proceeds, transnational property development is increasing. Especially in emerging markets, foreign developers’ influence in changing the local landscape is becoming significant. In this research, the ...
Does large-sized cities' urbanisation predominantly degrade environmental resources in China? Relationships between urbanisation and resources in Changjiang Delta Region
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
Outward expansion of urban lands in the developing nations is often associated with a substantial loss of environmental resources such as forests, wetlands, freshwater and cash crop fields. Yet, determining how different ...
Are master plans effective in limiting development in China's disaster-prone areas?
The effectiveness of urban master plans in limiting development in a disaster-prone area of China was empirically investigated by measuring cities’ land-cover changes against their master plans. If a master plan serves as ...
Should big cities grow? Scenario-based cellular automata urban growth modeling and policy applications
(Elsevier BV, 2016)
The formation of ‘Urban Networks’ has become a wide-spread phenomenon around the world. In the study of metropolitan regions, there are competing or diverging views about management and control of environmental and land-use ...
Redesigning China’s superblock neighbourhoods: policies, opportunities and challenges
(Informa UK Limited, 2017)
In February 2016, China’s State Council released a set of guidelines representing a change in the country’s approach toward neighbourhood design: to move away from superblock neighbourhoods and create a finer network of ...
The concept of urban intensity and China's townization policy: Cases from Zhejiang Province
(Elsevier BV, 2016)
Urban intensity, in this paper, is measured by four related concepts: compactness, diversity, density, and connectivity. Together they lead to a single idea when considering spatial distributions potentially in a virtuous ...