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Fulong Wu is preparing a course, ‘Planning in China’ and has a chance to read again Chinese colleagues’ articles on his book, Planning for Growth. Now looking back, these comments are really insightful. Please find these articles (in Chinese) under … Continue reading
Taking the chance of revising the introduction chapter in the forthcoming edited book (After Suburbia), Fulong Wu has updated the webpage on Suburban China. Please find the page from Urban China.ORG >> Research Streams >> Suburban China. Roger Keil, Fulong … Continue reading
Fulong Wu (2019) Emerging cities and urban theories: a Chinese perspective. In Denise Pumain (ed.)Theories and models of urbanization. Springer: Berlin. The word ‘city’ in Chinese is actually composed of two characters, ‘cheng’ (city) and ‘shi’ (market). The book ‘Spring … Continue reading
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
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).
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
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
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/201712/12/WS5a2f13b6a3108bc8c6721953.html 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
Affective neighbourly relations between migrant and local residents in Shanghai, is in an issue of Urban Geography, Issue 8 and is Open Access.
Planning centrality, market instruments: Governing Chinese urban transformation under state entrepreneurialism