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2019年第1期   DOI:10.22217/upi.2016.547
国外高速铁路经济、空间影响研究进展综述
Literature Review of the Overseas Studies on the Economic and Spatial Effect of High-speed Rail

龙茂乾 孟晓晨 李贵才

Long Maoqian, Meng Xiaochen, Li Guicai

关键词:高速铁路;经济效应;空间效应;文献综述

Keywords:High-speed Rail; Economic Effect; Spatial Effect; Literature Review

摘要:

自1964 年日本新干线开通以来,特别是欧洲法、意、德、西、英等国陆续建设高速铁路以后,国外学者们对高速铁路的经济和空间影响进行了广泛深入的研究,形成了丰富的成果。本文梳理国外主要的高速铁路经济、空间影响研究,评析了研究内容、方法和视角,归纳了主要结论,最后提出国外高铁经济、空间研究对未来我国高铁研究的启示。


Abstract:

Since the operation of the Shinkansen in 1964, the development of High-speed Rail (HSR) has been one of the central features of European and Asia transport infrastructure policy. At the same time, scholars conducted extensive and thorough researches on the economic and spatial effect of HSR, with different methods and from different perspectives, and produced plenty of literatures and abundant conclusions. This study aims at reviewing the various overseas researches on the economic and spatial effect of HSR. Studies on the economic effect of HSR focus on the population, regional economic, industry development and passenger transport market, while the spatial effect of HSR is depended on the research scale. Different conclusions were formed on transnational scale, national and regional scale, urban scale. In the end, some implications are put forward for the research on the economic and spatial effect of HSR in China.


版权信息:
基金项目:国家自然科学基金“高速铁路建设对中国区域城镇空间结构的影响”(41171131)
作者简介:

龙茂乾,北京大学城市与环境学院,城市规划与设计学院博士研究生。longmaoqianli@126.com

孟晓晨,博士,北京大学城市与环境学院,副教授。xcm@urban.pku.edu.cn

李贵才(通信作者),博士,北京大学城市规划与设计学院,院长,教授。ligc@pkusz.edu.cn


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