URBAN-RURAL CONSTRUCTION LAND TRANSITION: A REVIEW OF RESEARCH IN CHINA
Xiao Lu () and
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Xiao Lu: Qufu Normal University, China
Changling Chen: Qufu Normal University, China
Romanian Journal of Regional Science, 2015, vol. 9, issue 1, 34-55
Sustainable utilization and management of urban-rural construction land in the process of new-type urbanization has become one of the hot issues in China’s land use. It becomes scientific problems to explore comprehensive research approach of urban-rural construction land change from perspective of land use transition, evaluate urban-rural construction land use changes reasonably, and probe into the coupling relationship and interaction mechanism between urban-rural construction land transition (URCLT) and social-economic development. For the purpose of catching the development of URCLT, we give a comprehensive description of the research on URCLT by using the summary and comparison approaches. In the past few years, great progress has been made in URCLT, and it’s summarized at the following aspects: research perspective of land use transition, the main research contents and methods of URCLT. The existing research presented the following features: a diversity of research perspective s and contents, positivism methodology. At last, it is suggested that the following aspects should be further studied: comprehensive research on process of URCLT, and the coupling relationship between URCLT and social-economic development at various analysis scales, in which urban-rural construction land is regarded as a whole.
Keywords: land use transition; urban-rural construction land; coupling; management-control; literature review (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: R30 Q15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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