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Identity and Space on the Borderland between Old and New in Shanghai: A Case Study

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  • Iossifova, Deljana

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China's urban geography has been dramatically altered over the past three decades. The co-presence of splinters in urban fabric-contrasting and continuously changing in terms of condition, use, and socio-cultural consistency-is symptomatic for the

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  • Iossifova, Deljana, 2010. "Identity and Space on the Borderland between Old and New in Shanghai: A Case Study," WIDER Working Paper Series 039, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER).
  • Handle: RePEc:unu:wpaper:wp2010-39
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    1. Shahid Yusuf & Tony Saich, 2008. "China Urbanizes : Consequences, Strategies, and Policies," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 6337, April.
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    Shanghai; intraurban borderland; urban restructuring; rural-to-urban migration;

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