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  • Resource Management, Urbanization and Governance in Hong Kong and the Zhujiang Delta

Resource Management, Urbanization and Governance in Hong Kong and the Zhujiang Delta

Kwan-yiu Wong, Jianfa Shen

English , 2002/01 The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press

Tags: Hong Kong Studies

229 x 152 mm , 316pp ISBN : 978-962-996-026-1

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The Zhujiang Delta region is the natural hinterland of Hong Kong. It has experienced astonishing growth since 1978 after the introduction of economic reforms and the open policy in China. Its subsequent development is, in many ways, closely related with that of Hong Kong. In fact, far-reaching economic integration has taken place between Hong Kong and the Zhujiang Delta. After China’s entry to the WTO on December 11, 2001, such economic integration will be further strengthened. A world-class city-region is being formed around the Hong Kong and Zhujiang Delta area.

Pressing issues and concerns of effective resource management, governance and sustainability are emerging due to accelerated industrialization, urbanization, globalization and regional integration. They will affect the future development and prosperity of the region. The book is a collective effort by leading scholars from Hong Kong, Mainland China, USA and Germany and offers updated and in-depth analyses of economic integration, migration, urbanization, regional development, resource management and urban/regional governance in the Hong Kong-Zhujiang Delta region in the context of development and transformation of Hong Kong and Mainland China.

Kwan-yiu Wong is Professor in the Department of Geography and Resource Management and Head of United College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His main research interests are spatial cognition and perception studies, urban and industrial geography and urban and regional development. He is a pioneer in the study of China's open policy and special economic zones since the early 1980s and has edited three books on China's modernization and the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. He has also published numerous papers on issues related to the development of Guangdong and the Zhujiang Delta region.

Jianfa Shen is Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Resource Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He obtained his PhD from the London School of Economics. His research interests focus on China's Urban and Regional Development, Urbanization and Governance, Spatial Population and Migration Modelling. He has published extensively in academic journals including Geoforum, The Geographical Journal, Environment and Planning A, Progress in Planning, Regional Studies, Government and Policy, Asia Geographer, International Journal of Population Geography, Economic Geography. His recent works include: Internal Migration and Regional Population Dynamics in China (1996, Pergamon Press) and Urbanization and Population Management (1999, Sciences Press).

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