Transformation of Urban Infrastructure as a Development Strategy
In comparative theory, the reconstruction of Liaoning shantytowns falls within the theory of Public Economic Externalities, especially environmental externalities.
KeywordsLiaoning Province Negative Externality Positive Externality Urban Poor Pipe Network
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