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Contribution to Book
Urban Environmental Management in Shanghai: A Multi-Scale Perspective
Urban Stability: A Global Perspective
  • Wei Tu, Georgia Southern University
  • Daniel Z Sui, Ohio State University
  • Weichun Ma, Fudan University
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Since the late 1970s, Shanghai—China’s economic capital and the largest city—has transformed rapidly from a deteriorating industrial center of the Maoist era to one of the most dynamic, vigorous, and fastest-growing metropolitan areas of the Asia-Pacific Rim.1 ...

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Wei Tu, Daniel Z Sui and Weichun Ma. "Urban Environmental Management in Shanghai: A Multi-Scale Perspective" IUrban Stability: A Global Perspective (2012)
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