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|Other Titles:||An Examination of the Relationships between Taiwan and China Cities' Land Development System and Competitiveness|
Land Development;Competitiveness;Land Development Institutions
|Issue Date:||2016-08-16 17:00:47 (UTC+8)|
How to promote a city's competitiveness has become an important issue under the pressure of globalization. As the space needed by various social and economic activities is mainly relied on developers' investment decisions in land development projects, the ability to sustain a city's attractiveness to land developments may demonstrate its competitiveness. Further, the activities or operations of land development within a city are influenced and constrained by the city's institutional configurations. Thus, there may have a strong connection between a city's competitiveness and its institutional elements in property development. This paper examines this possible connection by analyzing and comparing relative institutional elements in the development process in different localities. These elements include: the pattern of property ownership; planning or land use management regulations; the city government's interventions in the property market; and the networks of local property development industry. The comparison is undertaking by a survey of land developers, who have various land developmental experiments in different cities between Taiwan and China where the institutional environments for land development are quite different. The study concludes that a city's institutional configurations in land development are essential elements for promoting its competitiveness, and its attractiveness to land developments can be used as an indicator for its competitiveness. Furthermore, in order to enlarge its competitiveness, there is a need for a city government to examine honestly its land development institutions. Through this effort, the obstacles that constrain the operations of land development can be found out. Further endeavors are required in modifying these institutional deficiencies in order to promote the efficiency of land development and the quality of development outcomes.
|Relation:||臺灣土地研究, 2, 73-100|
Journal of Taiwan land research
|Appears in Collections:||[臺灣土地研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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