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Patterns of Population and Employment Change in Shanghai in the 1990s: A Zonal Analysis with International Comparison

Zhu, Yu


Dividing Shanghai into the core, the inner zone and the outer zone, this paper examines its spatial changes in population and employment in the 1990s, compares them with those in some Asian mega-urban regions, and explores the underlying factors behind those changes and differences. The study shows that the population grew the fastest in the inner zone, resembling the situation in the Asian mega-urban regions. However, the core in Shanghai experienced the greatest change in employment...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2006
Type: Journal article
Source: International Development Planning Review


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