Study on the Inclusive System Innovation of China’s New Urbanization

Sui TAN

Abstract


Under the deepening international competition and cooperation in the world and current situation in China, it is an important strategy to follow a new path of urbanization .In these years, the urban size and the number have increased greatly. The urbanization level had the very big enhancement. But the problems exposed many of the contradictions, such as the unbalanced development between urban and rural areas, land urbanization faster than the population urbanization issue which has seriously affected the healthy development of urbanization. It’s the purpose of research how to develop new type of urbanization. This paper analyzes the causes behind the system of current urbanization problems from the perspective of institutional reasons, and points out that the institutional defects. Combining the inclusive nature of the urban development theory thought and the current situation, the paper explores reasonable institutional innovation suggestions and corresponding implementation path.


Keywords


Urbanization inclusive system innovation; Traditional urbanization development; Concept

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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