Improving Space Structure of Traditional Resources-Based Citie`s Transformation in a Background of Supply-Side reform: a Case Study of Yantai City of Shandong Province

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Supply side structural reform aims to adjust the economic structure, promote industrial restructuring and optimization, to achieve the optimal allocation of resources. Eliminating excess capacity and improving effective supply are two important vehicles for maintaining the medium-high economic development under the new normal economy. At present, the resource-dependent cities` transformation in China is not only faced with the threat of traditional “Urban Disease”, but also faced with the dilemma of “Resource Curse”. Insufficient system guarantee, serious industry rigidity and inadequate factors innovation have become major bottlenecks in the resource-dependent cities transformation. This report puts forward to build optimization model of compact spatial structure by regarding spatial restructing of resource-dependent cities as cutting point, and takes Yantai city as an example to explore the optimize model and mode of gold-resource city`s improving space structure. Under the background of supply-side structural reformation, first of all, this article combines the overall analysis thinking of macro view, medium view and micro view to create three ideas of the traditional resource-dependent cities transformation, which are: 1. According to the development grade and endowment conditions, traditional resource-dependent cities turned to take the “Human-centered” urbanization development idea. 2. Traditional resource-dependent cities should build a complete urbanization financing system and establish a new circulation mode of local balance of payments. 3. Narrowing the welfare gap between residents to realize the “people of urbanization” and the transformation of development mode. In addition, focusing on the optimization model of spatial structure of the traditional resource-dependent cities transformation. Firstly, improving spatial structure should respond to the transformation of innovation driven government method, and emphasize physical transformation of socialization idea. For example, inventory optimization, urban renewal, reconstruction of new industrial district, bridging the relationship between the old space and social economic development. The Second optimize spatial structure is to establish inclusive and service-oriented soft space by focusing on the factor of “people”. The third optimize spatial structure intends to serve in the increase driven by innovation and builds creative and intellectual city. Finally, improving spatial structure refers to the design of system and mechanism, which means to combine the transformation of space, system and mechanism of the optimization model of spatial structure of traditional resource-dependent cities. This way provides a theoretical reference to achieve the optimization model of spatial structure of the traditional resource-dependent cities transformation. In addition, focusing on the optimization model of spatial structure of the traditional resource-dependent cities transformation. Firstly, improving spatial structure should respond to the transformation of innovation driven government method, and emphasize physical transformation of socialization idea. For example, inventory optimization, urban renewal, reconstruction of new industrial district, bridging the relationship between the old space and social economic development. The Second optimize spatial structure is to establish inclusive and service-oriented soft space by focusing on the factor of “people”. The third optimize spatial structure intends to serve in the increase driven by innovation and builds creative and intellectual city. Finally, improving spatial structure refers to the design of system and mechanism, which means to combine the transformation of space, system and mechanism of the optimization model of spatial structure of traditional resource-dependent cities. This way provides a theoretical reference to achieve the optimization model of spatial structure of the traditional resource-dependent cities transformation. reference: 1.Peterman W. Erratum: Taking Sustainable Cities Seriously: Economic Development, the Environment, and Quality of Life in American Cities[J]. Cities, 2004, 21(4):364-365. 2.Epure M. E.Wayne Nafziger - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, 5TH Edition, Cambridge University Press, UK, 2012[J]. Journal of Economic Development Environment & People, 2012, 1(2).
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