The New Chinese City: Globalization and Market Reform
January 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
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List of Contributors.
Part I: Introduction to the New Chinese City:.
1. Three Challenges for the Chinese City: Globalization, Migration and Market Reform: John R Logan (University of Albany).
2. The Present Situation and Prospective Development of the Shanghai Urban Community: Duo Wu (East China Normal University) and Taibin Li (Shanghai Young Administrative Cadres College).
3. The Development of the Chinese Metropolis in the Period of Transition: Xiaopei Yan (Zhongshan University), Li Jia (Zhongshan University), Jianping Li (Zhongshan University) and Jizhuan Weng (Zhongshan University).
Part II: Globalization and Urban Development:.
4. The Prospect of International Cities in China: Yixing Zhou (Peking University).
5. An Entrepreneurial City in Action: Emerging Strategies for (Inter-) Urban Competition in Hong Kong: Ngai-Ling Sum (University of Lancaster).
6. The Hong Kong/Pearl River Delta Urban Region: An Emerging Transnational Mode of Regulation or Just Muddling Through?: Alan Smart (University of Calgary).
7. The State, Capital, and Urban Restructuring in Post-Reform Shanghai: Zhengji Fu (King's College London).
8. The Transformation of Suzhou: The Case of the Collaboration between the China and Singapore Governments and Transnational Corporations (1992-1999): Alexius Pereira (National University of Singapore).
Part III: Market Reform and the New Processes fo Urban Development:.
9. Market Transition and the Commodification of Housing in Urban China: Min Zhou (University of California at Los Angeles) and John R Logan (University of Albany).
10. Real Estate Development and the Transformation of Urban Space in Chinese Transitional Economy: With Special Reference to Shanghai: Fulong Wu (University of Southampton).
11. Social Research and the Localization of Chinese Urban Planning Practice: Some Ideas from Quanzhou, Fujian: Daniel B Abramson (University of British Colombia), Michael Leaf (University of British Colombia) and Tan Ying (formerly Tsinghua University).
Part IV: Urban Impacts of Migration:.
12. Migrant Enclaves in Chinese Large Cities: Fan Jie (Chinese Academy of Sciences and Peking Normal University) and Wolfgang Taubmann (University of Bremen).
13. Social Polarization and Segregation in Beijing: Chaolin Gu (Nanjing University) and Haiyong Liu (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill).
14. Temporary Migrants in Shanghai: Housing and Settlement Patterns: Weiping Wu (Virginia Commonwealth University).
Part V: Urbanization of the Countryside:.
15. Return Migrant Entrepreneurs and Economic Diversification in Two Counties in South Jiangxi, China: Rachel Murphy (University of Cambridge).
16. Region-Based Urbanization in Post-Reform China: Spatial Restructuring in the Pearl River Delta: George C S Lin (The University of Hong Kong).
- Focuses on urbanisation and urban development issues in China.
- Links questions of change within China to its renewed global connections.
- Brings international exposure to the best Chinese urban scholars.
- Reflects the most recent scholarship.
"During the past two decades urban China has undergone a
remarkable transformation as the old system of central planning has
given way to domestic and international market forces. A
once-distinctive model of urbanism is being replaced by something
entirely new. Logan and his collaborators provide a highly
disciplined, coherent, state of the art examination of these
changes through detailed studies of migration, housing reform,
community change and other vital topics." Andrew Walder,
"This book is a timely and valuable contribution to our
understanding of changing China and the urban developmental
process." Yehua Dennis Wei, University of