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The aim was to control the size of large cities, to develop medium sized cities, and to develop small cities. This policy was amended later and is now China's Urban Planning Law. However, the percentage of the nonagricultural population (NAP) living in cities of a million or more persons increased from % in to % in unsurprising that the economic empirics on cities have increasingly focused on the quest Economic policy and the size of cities.
book exogenous sources of variation. The economic approach to urban policy emphasizes the need to focus on people, rather than places, as the ultimate objects of policy concern and the need for policy to anticipate the mobility of people and :// Cities publishes articles on many aspects of urban planning and policy.
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(City-states like Singapore are an exception.) The policies that most significantly affect urban economies usually come from higher levels of government.
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In recent decades, however, developing countries have rapidly urbanised, and large cities are increasingly found in relatively poor countries.
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The tradeoff between agglomeration economies and Economic infeasibility Administrative infeasibility Special interests Policy matters and economics works Conclusion References Looking forward to economics after CORE Glossary Sections III and IV of the paper look at the tasks that policy needs to perform and at the reasons why it has failed, arguing that cities are particularly ‘policy intensive’ and that, in many cities, policy failure is deep-rooted in inappropriate structures of policy authority.
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The lower limit above which a The inflow of poor rural residents into cities has created hubs of urban poverty. One-third of the urban population in developing countries resides in slum conditions.
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