|LC Classifications||HT147.C48 K57 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||84023063|
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This book traces the history of urbanization in China and discusses major problems and challenges the country is facing as it undergoes a profound social transformation. Many agree that rapid urbanization in China in the late 20th and early 21st centuries is a mega process significantly reshaping China and the global economy. China’s urbanization also carries a certain mystique, which has long fascinated generations of scholars and journalists alike. As it has turned out, many of the asserted Chinese feats are mostly fancied claims or gross. Abstract. With regard to urbanization, China has made remarkable achievements since it began reform and opening up. Such achievements include a notable increase in the urbanization rate, the growing dominance of urban economies, the growing role of central cities, significant improvements in urban infrastructures, public services and standard of living, fast Author: Houkai Wei. In “Urbanization and the spread of disease of affluence in China”, Poel, O’Donnell and Doorslaer () studied the overweight and hypertension across China. The rate of overweight and hypertension has almost doubled from and (poel, O’Donnell, & Doorslaer , p).
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