近日，山东大学公共治理研究院助理教授李进涛以第一作者身份在期刊《Applied Geography》的2020年4月，第117期上发表了《Spatiotemporal variations of land urbanization and socioeconomic benefits in a typical sample zone: A case study of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal》(点击阅读原文) 一文。
With rapid urbanization and industrialization, a substantial amount of rural land has been converted to urban land. Land urbanization has great socioeconomic benefits but also leads to imbalances in regional cities. In this work, an urban strip way to study the relationship between the land urbanization and socioeconomic benefits of cities is introduced. The research object includes 21 cities connected by the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, which are used to analyze the spatiotemporal variations of land urbanization and socioeconomic benefits from 1990 to 2015, and explores the human-land effect mechanism using the coupling coordination model and the geographically weighted regression model. The results show that cities with higher land urbanization, including Beijing, Suzhou, and Wuxi, can have greater socioeconomic benefits and coupling coordination degrees than other cities. However, Beijing's driving effect on the surrounding cities is obviously weaker than that of Suzhou and Wuxi, and the socioeconomic benefits of market-driven land urbanization in the south of China are more sustained than those of government-driven land urbanization in the north. Thus, the urban scrip study clearly shows the differences between the cities and makes the spatial comparison of cities easier, which provides a new idea for effect mechanism of unbalanced urban development, and has important value for encouraging the coordinated development of regional cities.
Land urbanization;Socioeconomic benefits; Coupling coordination degree; The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal
李进涛，山东大学公共治理研究院助理教授，主要研究方向为城乡发展与土地资源利用。先后参与了国家科技支撑计划项目课题、国家自然科学基金重点项目、国家社会科学基金重大项目等研究，参加了2015年、2016年、2017年精准扶贫第三方评估工作，获得了“先进个人”荣誉称号。担任《Land Degradation & Development》、《Journal of Geographical Sciences》期刊审稿人；在《Journal of Rural Studies》、《Land Use Policy》、《Habitat International》、《Sustainability》、《Journal of Mountain Science》、《Socio-economic Planning Sciences》等发表SSCI/SCI 期刊论文数篇。