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《City Planning Review》 2020-06
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WANG Kai;LI Kai;LIU Tao;  
Based on the theory of neo-institutionalism,this paper explains the institutional logic of the change of citizenization policy,and examines the governance efficiency,spatial differentiation pattern,and internal influencing mechanism of the citizenization of the floating population in China.The results show that the cities that have a higher proportion of inter-province migration tend to have a lower governance efficiency.The city clusters like Chengdu-Chongqing,Shandong Peninsula,and Central Plains that are dominated by the migration within the province have higher possibilities to realize the citizenization of the floating population than the city clusters like Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region,Yangtze River Delta Region,and Pearl River Delta Region that are dominated by inter-province migration,which indicates that urbanization nearby will become the leading mode in China.The government forces will influence the citizenization efficiency of the floating population by both promoting and restraining it,while the expansion of the city scale can strengthen both the promotion and restraint effects at the same time.The results of the institutional innovation represented by the pilot project of citizenization of the agricultural population migrating to cities remain to be seen.In the background that the citizenization space of the floating population is geographically connected as a whole,the coordinated governance and institutional innovation between the cities within a city cluster/urban agglomeration are faced with new challenges.
【Fund】: 国家社会科学基金重大项目“新时代非户籍人口市民化的系统解决方案研究”(18ZDA082)
【CateGory Index】: D631.42;C922;F299.2
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