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Study on Enclave Town: A New Theory


  • Wang, Xianfeng


The enclave cities and towns means a certain poor region of enclave district, because of owning a special nature resources and environment, but did not get to availably develop and using over a long period of time, along with people's development and using. It has been own "poles of growth", which formed propulsive property and drove other interrelated newly developed industries booming and therefore brings the city and towns themselves prosperous. Finally the enclave cities and towns become famous tourism cities and towns. The notion of Enclave cities and towns is based on theories of Poles of growth and enclave economy.

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  • Wang, Xianfeng, 2003. "Study on Enclave Town: A New Theory," Issues in Agricultural Economy, Chinese Association of Agricultural Economists - CAAE, vol. 2003(12), pages 1-30.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:caaeis:31939
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.31939

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