Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
George C. S. Lin mainly focuses on China, Urbanization, Economic geography, Industrialisation and Land use. His China study incorporates themes from Economic growth, Population decline, Climate change, Paleoclimatology and Economy. His work in the fields of Economic restructuring overlaps with other areas such as Restructuring.
He has included themes like Neoliberalism, Capital and State in his Urbanization study. His Economic geography research includes elements of Competition, Consumption and Economic system. Land use is represented through his Agricultural land, Land management and Land development research.
His primary scientific interests are in China, Economic geography, Economy, Urbanization and Political science. His work carried out in the field of China brings together such families of science as Economic growth, Capital, Globalization, State and Economic system. His study in Economic geography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Metropolitan area and Convergence.
The Economy study combines topics in areas such as Economic reform and Capitalism. His studies in Urbanization integrate themes in fields like Industrialisation, Commodification, Urban planning and Land use. His study on Land development, Land management, Agricultural land and Land use, land-use change and forestry is often connected to Land reform as part of broader study in Land use.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in China, Economic geography, Capital, State and Political science. His China research incorporates themes from Distance decay and Economy. In general Economy, his work in Megacity is often linked to Mega- linking many areas of study.
His Economic geography research incorporates elements of Reproduction, Neoliberalism and Capitalism. His research in Capitalism intersects with topics in Desakota, Land use, Dominance, Overpopulation and Metropolitan area. His Urbanization study results in a more complete grasp of Economic growth.
His primary scientific interests are in China, Economy, Space, Mega- and Beijing. The various areas that George C. S. Lin examines in his China study include Distance decay and Questionnaire. His Economy study frequently links to other fields, such as Capital.
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The State, Land System, and Land Development Processes in Contemporary China
George C. S. Lin;Samuel P. S. Ho.
Annals of The Association of American Geographers (2005)
China's land resources and land-use change: insights from the 1996 land survey
George C.S Lin;Samuel P.S Ho.
Land Use Policy (2003)
Emerging land markets in rural and urban China : policies and practices
Samuel P.S. Ho;George C.S. Lin.
The China Quarterly (2003)
Reproducing Spaces of Chinese Urbanisation: New City-based and Land-centred Urban Transformation
George C. S. Lin.
Urban Studies (2007)
The growth and structural change of Chinese cities: a contextual and geographic analysis
George C.S Lin.
Theorizing Economic Geographies of Asia
Henry Wai-chung Yeung;George C. S. Lin.
Economic Geography (2009)
Urbanization of Capital or Capitalization on Urban Land? Land Development and Local Public Finance in Urbanizing China
George C. S. Lin;Fangxin Yi.
Urban Geography (2011)
Metropolitan development in a transitional socialist economy: Spatial restructuring in the Pearl River Delta, China
George C. S. Lin.
Urban Studies (2001)
Climatic Change, Wars and Dynastic Cycles in China Over the Last Millennium
David D. Zhang;C. Y. Jim;George C.-S. Lin;Yuan-Qing He.
Climatic Change (2006)
Chinese Urbanism in Question: State, Society, and the Reproduction of Urban Spaces
George C. S. Lin.
Urban Geography (2007)
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