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2017年第6期   DOI:10.22217/upi.2016.271
西方文献中的中国城市工业用地转型研究
Research on the Transition of Industrial Land in Urban China: From the Western Perspective

陈洁

Chen Jie

关键词:西方文献;中国城市;工业用地;转型

Keywords:Western Literature; Chinese Cities; Industrial Land; Transition

摘要:

自1978 年以来,中国城市经历了多方面的制度变迁。受这些变迁影响,中国城市工业景观开始转变。一方面,以往的工业用地正逐渐被再开发,以服务于第三产业的发展;另一方面,越来越多的工业遗产建筑被改造再利用成为城市中的文化空间。在西方文献中,这些转变引起了城市研究者的不断关注。相较于国内研究,西方文献中的这些研究更偏重于通过多领域多学科的交叉来解释中国市场经济改革对工业用地转型的影响并分析其产生原因。通过归纳近年来西方文献中相关研究的主要成果,笔者认为中国工业用地转型的动因可以从三方面来解读:经济转型、政治制度变迁和后工业文化要素的兴起。从这三方面入手,本文对西方文献中的中国工业用地转型研究进行归纳、整理及综述,以丰富国内文献对于这一转型过程的讨论。

Abstract:

Following the adoption of market economic practices since 1978, Chinese cities have experienced various reforms. As a result, China’s industrial landscape began to transform dramatically. On the one hand, inner industrial land was redeveloped for the tertiary industry; On the other hand, inner city industrial heritages have been increasingly reused as cultural precincts. In western literature, such transition has drawn much attention. In comparison with Chinese research, these western studies are largely from various disciplines, interpreting the influence of China’s market economic reform on the transition of industrial land, and exploring the driving forces behind this process. Drawing on a survey of the mainstream western studies in recent years, the author argues that the driving forces behind China’s brownfield restructuring needs to be understood from three perspectives, namely economic transition, political institution and post-industrial cultural issue. This paper tries to enrich the research on the transition of industrial land in urban China by reviewing and summarizing the western literature on the above three perspectives.

版权信息:
基金项目:国家建设高水平大学公派研究生项目资助课题“中国滨水工业遗产保护 与再利用”(201306050027)部分成果
作者简介:

陈洁,澳大利亚新南威尔士大学建筑环境学院,博士研究生。J.chen@student.unsw.edu.au

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