The US 2050 regional development new strategy is a research project aiming to work out the top-level design for regional development in the next three to four decades in the US.
Comprehensive measures are needed to optimize the allocation of productive forces in China.
The idea of the allocation of productive forces is similar to the spatial planning of Western market economy theory.
By comparing four patterns of urbanization, it is seen that the synchronous improvement of urbanization level and quality is important for the healthy development of urbanization.
In the years after the Western Development Strategy went into effect, the western part of China has achieved a lot, but there are still some contradictions and problems.
The research report examines the economic base of cities along the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, and their industrial state, ecological and educational advantages, and population and urbanization features.
The misallocation of power and responsibilities at different levels of government is one of the main causes hindering the transformation of China's economic development.
The increase in citizen income has lagged behind economic growth for quite a long time in China. The report suggests the government should first consider increasing income to stimulate domestic consumption and maintaining stable economic growth.