استراتژی جامع مدیریت شهری (مطالعه موردی: توسعه ناحیه گوانگجو در چین)

نوع مقاله: مقاله پژوهشی

نویسنده

کارشناس ارشد جغرافیا و برنامه ریزی شهری

چکیده

با وجودی که اهمیت مدیریت شهری در دستیابی به توسعه پایدار شهری برای عامه مردم و مدیران شهری روشنی و رسمیت فزاینده‌ای داشته است ولی طیف گسترده‌ای از تضادها و سردرگمی‌ها در رابطه با مفاد و محتوای مدیریت شهری در چین وجود دارد که از موانع ابزاری مهم بشمار می‌آیند. این مقاله به بررسی برخی از مسائلی که شهرهای چین در جریان تجربه مدیریت شهری با آن مواجه شده می‌پردازد. جالب‌ترین بخش آن ضرورت درک جامع و یک مدل راهبردی با تمرکز بر مطالعه موردی گوانگجو و توسعه ناحیه‌ای آن برای بهبود ظرفیت‌های مدیریت شهری چین است. این مقاله با کاربرد برخی ملاک‌های ارزیابی کمی، نشان می‌دهد که اجرای استراتژی جامع مدیریت شهری در بهبود فرایند مدیریت شهری سودمند است.

عنوان مقاله [English]

Comprehensive strategy of urban management (Case Study: Development of Guangzhou District in China)

نویسنده [English]

  • Hassan Mohammadian Mosammam
Master of Geography and Urban Planning
چکیده [English]

Although the importance of urban management in achieving sustainable urban development has become increasingly clear to the general public and urban managers, there is a wide range of contradictions and confusion regarding the content of urban management in China, which are considered amongst important practical barriers. This paper examines some of the issues faced by Chinese cities during the experience of urban management. The most interesting part is the need for a comprehensive understanding and a strategic model focusing on the Gwangju case study and its regional development to improve the capacities of the Chinese urban management. This paper, using some quantitative evaluation criteria, shows that implementing a comprehensive urban management strategy is beneficial in improving the urban management process.

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