A STUDY ON COMMERCIAL ECONOMIC REGIONALIZATION IN CHINA
- Publish Date: 1993-03-20
- commerical economic region /
- potential field /
- dissipative structure /
- urban system
Abstract: Commercial economic region (CER), or commercial geographical region, is the result of socialized production and development of commodity economy, characterized by system holisty, regional independence, interregional openness and relative steadiness. Commercial economic regionalization provides a scientific basis for organizing and building a commodity circulation network system with all directions, multifunction and openness, rational planning the direction of commodity flow. The principles of commercial economic regionalization are as follows: The principle taking a city business center as the core; the optimization principle of integrated function; the difference principle of physical geographical environment; the uniformity principle of human geographical environment; and the order principle of dissipative structure. According to the above-mentioned principles, China's CER can be divided into 4 1evels.
|Citation:||Sui Xishan, Zhou Ming. A STUDY ON COMMERCIAL ECONOMIC REGIONALIZATION IN CHINA[J]. Chinese Geographical Science, 1993, 3(1): 1-10.|