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    The Effect of Regional Industrial Restructuring on the Resource Environmental Carrying Capacity in Jingjiang City, Jiangsu Province, China.Yunlong Bi, Yi Hu, Xiaoli Xu, Fangqu Niu & Jun Yang - 2020 - Complexity 2020:1-15.
    Disordered industrial expansion in a given region leads to the excessive consumption of resources and environmental deterioration. Therefore, the influence of the regional industrial structure and layout on the resource environmental carrying capacity is receiving attention. This study constructs a comprehensive analytical framework of the industries, population, the economy, resources, and the environment. This framework evaluates the importance of each industry with respect to regional socioeconomic development; furthermore, it classifies industries based on the evaluation results and assumes various development scenarios (...)
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    Spatial-Temporal Evolution Characteristics and Countermeasures of Urban Innovation Space Distribution: An Empirical Study Based on Data of Nanjing High-Tech Enterprises.Shuang Tang, Jingxiang Zhang & Fangqu Niu - 2020 - Complexity 2020:1-12.
    Since the financial crisis in 2008, innovation has gradually become the orientation of global economic development and the strategic choice for China’s urban development. With the transformation of the urban development mode from factor-driven and capital-driven to innovation-driven, many innovation spaces have begun to emerge in cities, which attract academic attention. A large number of studies on the relation between innovation activities and geographic space mainly focus on the phenomena at the regional level, and the city is only regarded as (...)
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  3. Urban Industrial Land Expansion and Its Influencing Factors in Shunde: 1995–2017.Chen Xiong, Jiayi Lu & Fangqu Niu - 2020 - Complexity 2020:1-12.
    The change in the industrial land is of great significance to the sustainable development of cities. However, scholars have done relatively little research on this subject, especially on the urban industrial land expansion process and its influencing factors. This article selects Shunde, a typical Chinese industrial city of the Guangdong province, using remote sensing interpretation to analyze the spatiotemporal evolution of industrial land expansion from 1995 to 2017 and applies the multiple regression model to analyze the influencing factors. The main (...)
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  4. Evaluation of Urban Spatial Equality Based on Accessibility to Economic Activities: Beijing as a Case Study.Xinyu Yang, Fangqu Niu & Dongqi Sun - 2020 - Complexity 2020:1-12.
    Urban space is the spatial projection of various social and economic activities. Given the complexity of urban functions and the ongoing expansion of urban areas, the spatial differentiation of various economic activities within cities tends to become more and more clear; moreover, there tends to be spatial inequalities in resource allocation. Taking Beijing as an example, this study develops a spatial accessibility model at the town level by integrating the spatial distribution of economic activities with the transport system and evaluating (...)
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