China s Regional Development and Tibet

This book pursues both narrative and analytic approaches to better understand China’s spatial economic development and its implications for Tibet. Accordingly, this book focuses on Tibet – an autonomous region in the far west of China – as the subject of an in-depth case study, highlighting its unique geopolitical and socioeconomic features and external and boundary conditions. China’s great diversity in terms of physical geography, resource endowment, political economy, and ethnicity and religion has posed challenges to the studies of spatial and interprovincial issues. Indeed, the Chinese nation is far too huge and spatially diverse to be easily interpreted. The only feasible approach to analyzing it is, therefore, to divide it into smaller geographical elements so as to arrive at better insights into the country’s spatial mechanisms and regional characteristics. In this context, the book combines analytic and narrative approaches.

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  • Author : Rongxing Guo
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Pages : 195 pages
  • ISBN : 9812879587
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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China’s Regional Development and Tibet

China’s Regional Development and Tibet
  • Author : Rongxing Guo
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 16 October 2015
GET THIS BOOKChina’s Regional Development and Tibet

This book pursues both narrative and analytic approaches to better understand China’s spatial economic development and its implications for Tibet. Accordingly, this book focuses on Tibet – an autonomous region in the far west of China – as the subject of an in-depth case study, highlighting its unique geopolitical and socioeconomic features and external and boundary conditions. China’s great diversity in terms of physical geography, resource endowment, political economy, and ethnicity and religion has posed challenges to the studies of

The Coming Collapse of China

The Coming Collapse of China
  • Author : Gordon G. Chang
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release : 15 September 2001
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China is hot. The world sees a glorious future for this sleeping giant, three times larger than the United States, predicting it will blossom into the world's biggest economy by 2010. According to Chang, however, a Chinese-American lawyer and China specialist, the People's Republic is a paper dragon. Peer beneath the veneer of modernization since Mao's death, and the symptoms of decay are everywhere: Deflation grips the economy, state-owned enterprises are failing, banks are hopelessly insolvent, foreign investment continues to decline,

China Ethnic Statistical Yearbook 2020

China Ethnic Statistical Yearbook 2020
  • Author : Rongxing Guo
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 10 September 2020
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This fully updated edition of the China Ethnic Statistic Yearbook, comprised of entirely original research, presents data on the socioeconomic situation of China’s 56 ethnic groups. Although the majority of China’s population is of the Han nationality (which accounts for more than 90% of China’s population), the non-Han ethnic groups have a population of more than 100 million. China has officially identified, except for other unknown ethnic groups and foreigners with Chinese citizenship, 55 ethnic minorities. In addition, ethnic minorities vary

China's Spatial Economic Development

China's Spatial Economic Development
  • Author : Andrew M. Marton
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 16 December 2013
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The spatial patterns of China's rapid economic transformation fundamentally challenge conventional geographies of urban and regional development. This book provides a theoretically informed case study of the local character of regional change in China's lower Yangzi Delta, as well as a new analytical framework for understanding China's unique form of economic modernization.

China's Spatial (Dis)integration

China's Spatial (Dis)integration
  • Author : Rongxing Guo
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Release : 15 July 2015
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This book is intended to provide the narratives and analytics of China’s spatial (dis)integration. Indeed, the Chinese nation is far too large and spatially complicated and diversified to be misinterpreted. The only feasible approach to analyzing it is, therefore, to divide it into smaller geographical elements through which one can have a better insight into the spatial mechanisms and regional characteristics. Provides a combination of narratives and analytical narratives Includes annexes which evaluate provincial and interprovincial panel data

The Collapse of China's Later Han Dynasty, 25-220 CE

The Collapse of China's Later Han Dynasty, 25-220 CE
  • Author : Wicky W. K. Tse
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 27 June 2018
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In the Later Han period the region covering the modern provinces of Gansu, southern Ningxia, eastern Qinghai, northern Sichuan, and western Shaanxi, was a porous frontier zone between the Chinese regimes and their Central Asian neighbours, not fully incorporated into the Chinese realm until the first century BCE. Not surprisingly the region had a large concentration of men of martial background, from which a regional culture characterized by warrior spirit and skills prevailed. This military elite was generally honoured by

China in Disintegration

China in Disintegration
  • Author : James E. Sheridan
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 30 June 2008
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After the 1911 fall of the Manchus came the most hideous breakdown in Chinese history. Sheridan, a Northwestern University scholar, concentrates on the Kuomintang movement of Chiang Kai-shek, insisting that we judge a political force by whether it solves the problems posed to it, not, as Chiang's partisans prefer, by means of what-if's. Sheridan's focus on the KMT brings more to light than do many surveys of Mao's revolutionaries. The KMT failed either to create an effective dictatorship or to mobilize

The Chinese City in Space and Time

The Chinese City in Space and Time
  • Author : Yinong Xu
  • Publisher : University of Hawaii Press
  • Release : 01 January 2000
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Drawing on a wealth of primary materials detailing the city's history, customs, and urban construction as well as on recent work in Chinese history, culture, and religion, Yinong Xu examines characteristics of building and transformation in pre-modern Suzhou, characteristics that, while particular to the city's own historical development, reflect or were determined by factors representative of China's urban history in general.".

Geographical Dynamics and Firm Spatial Strategy in China

Geographical Dynamics and Firm Spatial Strategy in China
  • Author : Shengjun Zhu,John Pickles,Canfei He
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 07 January 2017
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This book offers the first detailed account of the complex geographical dynamics currently restructuring China’s export-oriented industries. The topics covered are relevant to post-socialist geography, development studies, economics, economic sociology and international studies. It offers academics, international researchers, postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students in these fields an accessible, grounded, yet theoretically sophisticated account of the geographies of global production networks, value chains, and regional development in developing countries and emerging economies. It is of particular interest to economic geographers

Urban Governance, Spatial Planning and Economic Development in the 21th Century China

Urban Governance, Spatial Planning and Economic Development in the 21th Century China
  • Author : Hans Gebhardt
  • Publisher : LIT Verlag Münster
  • Release : 01 September 2018
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China's cities are subject to dramatic changes. Cities develop into Megacities, economic growth as well as the drastic increase of traffic contribute to a profound transformation of urban infrastructure. However, the processes are more visible than the stakeholders supporting such transformations. What are the location factors, spatial principles and planning philosophies that direct the cities' growth and reconstruction? The articles of this anthology investigate the above mentioned questions. Using various case studies, they analyse processes of location choice and transformation

China’s Grand Strategy

China’s Grand Strategy
  • Author : Andrew Scobell,Edmund J. Burke,Cortez A. Cooper III,Sale Lilly,Chad J. R. Ohlandt,Eric Warner,J.D. Williams
  • Publisher : Rand Corporation
  • Release : 27 July 2020
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To explore what extended competition between the United States and China might entail out to 2050, the authors of this report identified and characterized China’s grand strategy, analyzed its component national strategies (diplomacy, economics, science and technology, and military affairs), and assessed how successful China might be at implementing these over the next three decades.

China's Third Revolution

China's Third Revolution
  • Author : Ian G.. Cook,Ian G. Cook,Geoffrey Murray
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 30 July 2021
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Presents an in-depth picture of China today in social, economic and political terms, examining the record of 50 years of Communist rule, its successes and failures.

Shrinking Cities in China

Shrinking Cities in China
  • Author : Ying Long,Shuqi Gao
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 15 March 2019
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This book offers an essential introduction to the phenomenon of shrinking cities in China, highlighting several case studies, qualitative and quantitative methods, and planning responses. As an emerging topic in urbanizing China, cities experiencing population loss have begun attracting increasing attention. All chapters of the book were contributed by leading researchers on the subject in China. Richly illustrated with photographs for a better visual understanding of the topic, the book will benefit a broad readership, ranging from researchers and students