Spatial-temporal hierarchy of regional inequality of China

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Publication Type Manuscript
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Geography
Program Institute of Public and International Affairs (IPIA)
Creator Wei, Y. H. Dennis
Other Author Li, Yingeru
Title Spatial-temporal hierarchy of regional inequality of China
Date 2010-07
Description This paper advances the multi-scale and multi-mechanism framework of regional inequality in China by using the most recent statistical data. We analyze the multi-scalar patterns of China's regional inequality with GIS and statistical techniques, and demonstrate the significance of the municipality effect. The authors also apply multilevel modeling to identify the spatial structure and time dimension of the underlying forces driving regional development. This study illustrates that China's regional inequality is sensitive to the spatial-temporal hierarchy of multi-mechanisms, and reveals the relative influence of globalization, marketization, and decentralization.
Type Text
Publisher Elsevier
Journal Title Applied Geography
Volume 30
Issue 3
First Page 303
Last Page 316
DOI 10.1016/j.apgeog.2009.11.001
citatation_issn 1436228
Subject Regional inequality; Spatial hierarchy; GIS
Subject LCSH Multilevel models (Statistics); Geographic information systems; China
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Li, Y., & Wei, Y. H. D. (2010). Spatial-temporal hierarchy of regional inequality of China. Applied Geography, 30(3), 1-46.
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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