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Temporal-Spatial Characters and Driving Mechanism of New Urbanization in Multi-Dimensional Proximity in the Yangtze River Economic Belt
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Pages: 70-79
Year: Issue:  9
Journal: Economic Geography

Keyword:  new urbanizationtemporal-spatial charactersdriving mechanismmulti-dimensional proximityYangtze River Economic Belt;
Abstract: The research reconstructed the evaluation index system of new urbanization,combined with the improved entropy method,overall difference index(GDI),spatial autocorrelation analysis and other methods,based on the connection,distance and economic proximity,and builded the spatial panel data model,analyzed temporal-spatial characters and driving mechanism of new urbanization in the Yangtze River Economic Belt.The conclusions are arrived as follows:The comprehensive level of new urbanization increased year by year,from spatial structure layers of steady growth in Eastern and gradually rise in Midwest.The trajectory of overall difference index(GDI) presented an inverted "W" type,the distribution presented a spatial trend about "upstream and downstream high-middle low".New urbanization in the Yangtze River Economic Belt took on the trend of spatial agglomeration continuously,the spatial distribution of thecold hot spots mainly showed the decreasing trend from the east to the west,moreover hot area mainly concentrated in the downstream of Yangtze river delta region.The new urbanization in the Yangtze River Economic Belt continuously developing by the promotion of the basic mechanism(economic base,industrial structure),core mechanism (fixed assets,foreign investment and financial support) and the safeguard mechanism (social security,government behavior),and there are spatial proximity effects.
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