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Regional Difference of Linkage between Land Finance and Urban Land Scale and Population Growth
Pages: 172-182
Year: Issue:  10
Journal: Economic Geography

Keyword:  land financeurban land scaleurban populationregional differencesland transferurban expansion;
Abstract: It is of great significance to reveal the regional law of the linkage between land finance and urban land use scale and population growth for formulating the differential regulation and control policies for the coordinated development of the three. The grey correlation coefficient method was used to divide 31 provinces(cities, districts) land finance and urban land scale into three regions: high, moderate and low, that is, the same amount of land finance funds to promote the growth of urban land scale decreased in turn, showing a regional law contrary to the level of economic and social development. The supply of industrial and mining warehouse land by high-related regional agreements plays a more important role in promoting the growth of urban land than commercial residential land. The late start of industrialization makes the tertiary industry occupy the highest proportion of the employment population, but the opposite is true in low-related areas. Land finance and urban land scale increase the largest in the low-related areas, and the speed of land urbanization is significantly faster than that in the high-and moderately-related areas. In moderately related areas,the speed of urbanization of land and population is relatively coordinated. From the aspects of promoting the lowest price of industrial land and the transfer of land by means of bidding, increasing the proportion of land finance used for noneconomic public goods supply, land finance for low-income groups and the construction of security houses for migrant workers and peasants in cities, this paper puts forward the policy of regional differentiation to optimize the linkage among land finance, urban land scale and population growth.
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