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Economic reform has successfully diversified the ownership structure of the Chinese economy. Different types of industrial enterprises may differ in their incentives and capabilities to reap from agglomeration benefits. Using plant level data from 2007, this study found that foreign enterprises...
This study focuses on the analysis of the determinants of China inbound tourism flows and seeks to determine the influence of cultural distance on tourism flows from a macro perspective. Three models were investigated including a traditional tourism demand model, a gravity model, and a mixed...
Cyberjaya was heralded in the mid-1990s as the Multimedia Super Corridor's (MSC) flagship “intelligent city” and designed to prepare Malaysia and its citizens for a giant leap forward into an imagined new “information age.” The urban mega-project constituted a state led response to the much...
This paper attempts to verify and quantify relationships between economic growth and urban expansion in the Pearl River Delta (PRD), a dynamic region in southern China, during the period of rapid industrialization and urbanization from 1992 to 2001. Using a combination of remote sensing,...
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