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Rethinking the city and innovation

Rethinking the city and innovation: A political economic view from China’s biotech Fangzhu Zhang, Fulong Wu Abstract: The city is arguably where innovations concentrate. Agglomeration and diversity are two major explanations for why innovations concentrate in the city. Existing studies … Continue reading

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Housing privatisation and the return of the state: changing governance in China

I am honoured to give keynotes at recent conferences on urban China and China urban development. Please download the full paper (Pdf) and presentation (PPT).

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Lectures given by David Harvey in Nanjing University, May 2018

I am very pleased to hear Professor David Harvey is going to give a series of lectures again in Nanjing University, where I studied my undergraduate and master in the 1980s. I don’t have the luck to listen now. My … Continue reading

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new paper in Antipode

Chung, C. K. L., Zhang, F. and Wu, F. (2018), Negotiating Green Space with Landed Interests: The Urban Political Ecology of Greenway in the Pearl River Delta, China. Antipode. doi:10.1111/anti.12384   Abstract Land-centred urbanisation has precipitated shortage of green space … Continue reading

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Regenerating informal housing in cities By Fulong Wu | China Daily | Updated: 2017-12-12 07:24 People watch a house being demolished in Wenling cityk, Zhejiang province, after its owner reached an agreement with the local government. [Photo provided to China Daily]       … Continue reading

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neighbourly relation between migrants and locals, Open Access in Urban Geography

Affective neighbourly relations between migrant and local residents in Shanghai, is in an issue of Urban Geography, Issue 8 and is Open Access.

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Planning centrality, market instrument, Open assess article in Urban Studies

Planning centrality, market instruments: Governing Chinese urban transformation under state entrepreneurialism

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