Land‐use planning in ‘one country, two systems’: Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen

@article{Ng1999LandusePI,
  title={Land‐use planning in ‘one country, two systems’: Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen},
  author={Michael K. Ng and Wing-Shing Tang},
  journal={International Planning Studies},
  year={1999},
  volume={4},
  pages={7-27}
}
Abstract This paper studies the political economy of urban governance and land‐use planning mechanisms in the ‘one country, two systems’ of mainland China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR). It is argued that the market economy of Hong Kong had, over the years as a British colony, established an efficiently‐run regulatory system of land‐use planning. The current land‐use planning mechanisms are biased toward economic growth as a result of its executive‐government‐led and… 

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