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An Analysis of Coordination between Residential Land Market and Regional Socio-economic Development: A Case Study of Main Urban Agglomerations in China
Pages: 26-35,56
Year: Issue:  9
Journal: Economic Geography

Keyword:  residential land priceefficiency evaluationcoordinationurban agglomeration;
Abstract: Based on the residential land transaction data at county level from 2009 to 2013,this paper analyzed the coordination between residential land market and regional socio-economic development in the perspective of land priceeconomy coordination and land price-income rationality in five national-level urban agglomerations,including the Yangtze River Delta,Jing-Jin-Ji,the Pearl River Delta,the Middle Reaches of the Yangtze River and Chengyu using Data Envelopment Analysis method.Several results were acquired:1) The overall input-output efficiencies of national-level urban agglomerations are relatively low,and the comprehensive efficiency,pure technical efficiency and scale efficiency are only 59.3%,82.7% and 71.8% of the optimal level respectively.2) Areas with high input-output efficiency mostly distribute in the axial lines or core developing circles according to the urban agglomeration development plannings.However,the efficiency level and influencing factors of each urban agglomerations are different.3) The input-output efficiencies of those cities with different functional orientations are obviously various.Node cities have the best coordination between residential land market and socio-economic development,followed by the central cities,while the core cities and marginal cities are relatively low.4) In terms of input elements' efficiencies,the redundancies of the total residential land transaction areas and the investment in fixed assets are both more than 50%,thus it is urgent to adopt land market strategies and government controls to optimize the land transfer structure and capital allocation mode.
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