Paths for New Urbanization in Chongqing, China: Study on Overall Design and Strategic Framework

Jingwei QING, Ling ZHOU


Based on introspection about disadvantages of the traditional urbanization, the new urbanization is on the transformation and innovation of strategies with reference to the relevant successful experience all over the world. Through analyses on the consequent strategic opportunity of Chongqing pilot zone for overall reform to balance the urban and rural development, the paper expounds an overall idea on paths for new urbanization in Chongqing. And then the paper constructs a strategic framework of the paths aiming to provide a scientific and clear direction to the choice of paths for new urbanization in Chongqing.



Paths for new urbanization; Overall design; Strategic framework; Chongqing

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