By Helin Liu,Elisabete A. Silva,Qian Wang

This e-book explores the dynamics of the interplay among the advance of artistic industries and concrete land use in Nanjing, a city and a progress pole within the Yangtze River Delta. within the final twenty years, China's financial system has been present process dramatic growth. 

Yet, accompanying with China's fiscal luck is the anxious environmental deterioration and effort matters. those concerns including the diminution of the good thing about inexpensive labour strength current many chinese language towns, fairly vast towns specialising in production within the so much built areas, the urgency to discover new approaches to "creative China".

As an historic urban featured via abundance of cultural heritages and legacies of heavy industries, Nanjing has been striving for a decade to rework its financial system in the direction of an inventive economic climate via cultivating inventive industries. In parallel with the flourishing of inventive industries are contest for land assets among different curiosity events and restructuring of city land use. either are new demanding situations for city making plans. This complicated method is tested during this publication by means of an interdisciplinary strategy which integrates GIS, ABM, questionnaire research and interview. 

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