Inclusive Innovation Path Design of the New-Type Urbanization Development in Multiple-Block-Joint Impoverished Regions
Defining the multiple-block-joint impoverished regions which is an important strategic plan to fight the anti-poverty battle, were made by Central Committee and State Council in a new period. It is of great significance to achieve the political stability, national solidarity, border consolidation, social harmony, ecological security, build moderately prosperous society and realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese dream. New urbanization, as a national grand strategy, not only facilitate promoting the economic and social structure adjustment, enhancing sustainable development dynamic, but also conducive to helping the poor get rid of poverty. This paper, based on the current situation of these regions and the correlation between the region and new urbanization, examines the problems and analyses the reasons in the process of the urbanization by combining static description and dynamic analysis together, at last discusses the routes to promote the urbanization in these regions from the perspective of inclusive innovation.
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