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Research on the System Evolution, Development Characteristics, and Trends of Development Zones in China
Thu. August 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
This presentation offers a brief introduction to the transformation process of China’s Development Zone System. It will mainly introduce the concept, classification, and development process of China’s development zones. Furthermore, it will endeavor to employ qualitative and quantitative analysis methods to explore the evolutionary traits of the development zone system under governmental stewardship, as well as the effectiveness of the development zone in promoting local innovation and development. Lastly, drawing insights from the case of Zhangjiang-HIDZ in Shanghai, the talk will summarize several trends of China’s development zones.
Wang Qixuan (王启轩) is a PhD. candidate at Tongji University under Prof. Min Zhao and a visiting student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, under Prof. Yan Song.
Conference link: https://unc.zoom.us/s/5530809614
This talk is sponsored by the Program on Chinese Cities as part of its Research Seminar Sequence, and co-sponsored by the Carolina Asia Center. The material will be presented in Chinese.
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