Up-to-date Data on 297 Chinese Cties with Coverage of More than 300 Indicators
Complied by the China Institute of City Competitiveness and the Advanced Institute for Contemporary China Studies of Hong Kong Baptist University, the Yearbook of China City Competitiveness 2012 is the first comprehensive title analyzing China’s city competitiveness. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of 297 cities in China by looking at the key performance areas of each city: economy, industry, finance, business, infrastructure, social system, environment, education, technology, and culture. The Yearbook of China City Competitiveness also provides an in-depth analysis of the 30 most competitive cities, as well as the 30 cities with the biggest potential for growth.
Up-to-date data on 297 Chinese cities with comprehensive coverage of more than 300 indicators, arranged in tables and graphs for easy comparison
Includes the first large-scale and comprehensive research on the strengths and differences of various cities undertaken over 10 years
Evaluates the competitiveness of Chinese cities with a focus on the financial, business, industrial, cultural, and environmental aspects
Chapter 1 Overall Competitiveness Ranking of Chinese Cities
Chapter 2 Growth Competitiveness Ranking of Chinese Cities
Chapter 3 Overall Competitiveness of Chinese Cities: First-Level Indicators Ranking
Chapter 4 Third-Level Indicator Scores of Overall Competitiveness of Chinese Cities
Chapter 5 Growth Competitiveness of Chinese Cities: Third-Level Indicators Ranking
Chapter 6 Analysis of Individual Indicators Ranking in Chinese City Competitiveness
Chapter 7 Analysis of the 30 Most Competitive Chinese Cities
Chapter 8 Analysis of the 30 Chinese Cities with the Highest Growth Competitiveness
About the Authors
China Institute of City Competitiveness. China Institute of City Competitiveness is the first organization in China providing comprehensive services for cities, with experts from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the United States, and the United Kingdom. It has provided special consultancy services to more than 100 municipal governments in and out of China, and established strategic relationships with 2,000 cities, as well as over 1,500 international corporations and multi-national companies.
Advanced Institute for Contemporary China Studies of Hong Kong Baptist University. Advanced Institute for Contemporary China Studies of Hong Kong Baptist University, established in August 2008, aims to become the focus of contemporary China studies of Hong Kong Baptist University as well as a world renowned center for contemporary China studies. It provides relevant information and consultant services for governments and relevant institutions, publishes articles, commentaries and documentaries on contemporary China, and organizes seminars, public lectures and conferences.