A Study on Space Optimization and Economic Development of Beijing Against the Backdrop of Coordinated Development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region
Beijing is embracing new development opportunities in the process of relocating its non-capital functions. For sustainable economic development, Beijing should optimize its spatial layout, accelerate the transformation, upgrade and integrate use of vacated space, improve the division of labor between the central area, the sub-center and Xiong’an New Area.
KeywordsSpace optimization Non-capital function Regional collaborative innovation
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