Peking University - National School of Development
Peking University - School of Advanced Agricultural Sciences
eco-urbanization; ecological intercorrelation; land; resource allocation; sustainable development; urban-rural
China, exchange rate, Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), soybeans, threshold effect
Globalization; Economy transition; Food price; Oil price; Real exchange rate
Consumption externalities, Large open economy, Relative income, Renewable resource, Time preference, Eco-urbanization
attributable risk, economic cost, hospital admissions, mental disorders, PM2.5
rural development; retail; interdependence; US
China; Eco-Urbanization; Income Growth; Social Cohesion; Status-Seeking
Eco-urbanization; Infrastructure; Status-seeking; Willingness to pay; China
Catching up with the Joneses; Ecological Infrastructure; Eco-Urbanization; Willingness-To-Pay; China
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China, Climate changes, Culture, Economic evolution, Ecologically fragile region
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