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Municipal Infrastructure Urban Competitiveness
- Jun 22, 2017 -

Municipal Infrastructure Urban competitiveness

Relationship between Urban Competitiveness and Infrastructure

1. Urban Competitiveness Conceptual Framework Urban competitiveness is a concept with clear intuition but not easy to grasp, but it mainly refers to a city in the process of competition and development compared with other cities have to attract, compete, have , Control and transform resources, compete, occupy and control the market to create value and provide the welfare of its inhabitants. The city value is created by the city enterprise or the economic man. Each city's industrial clusters are composed of a number of industries, each industry is divided into a number of industrial sectors and links, each sector and links there are many enterprises, urban value system is a collection of all enterprise value. All the factors that affect the urban value system or the combination of forces is the city's competitiveness. The status and changes of urban value system show the status and changes of urban competitiveness. Urban competitiveness is a complex chaotic system, its many elements and environmental subsystems exist in different ways, together constitute the city's comprehensive competitiveness, to create urban value.


Urban Competitiveness = F (Hard Competitive, Soft Competitive) = Urban Industry Competitiveness and Hardweight = Talent Competitiveness + Capital Competitiveness + Technology Competitiveness + Structural Competitiveness + Infrastructure Competitiveness + Regional Competitiveness + Environmental competitiveness + agglomeration force soft component = order competitiveness + cultural competitiveness + institutional competitiveness + management competitiveness + open competitiveness

Talent competitiveness includes the number, quality and future potential of urban laborers. Capital forces include capital stock, available convenience and financial control. Technology includes both science and technology, the stock of knowledge resources, but also the ability of science and technology innovation and transformation. Urban structure has a wide range of meaning, structural forces here mainly include industrial structure, corporate organizational structure, the degree of urban industry specialization and urban spatial structure. Environment refers to the urban environment, such as climate conditions, environmental quality, scenic spots and so on. Regional location here refers to the city's comprehensive location, including natural geographical location, economic location, technology, political location and so on. Concentration refers to the city's population, the accumulation of factors of production and business, industry cluster status and capacity. Order refers to the urban political, economic and social order, including political stability, economic security and social security situation. Institutional power is the city, city enterprises and cities where the city at the level of the performance of the political legal system, economic system and social and cultural system. Cultural power is unique to the city's civil society, moral values, urban cultural atmosphere and customs. Management, including urban, urban enterprise development strategy and management level and management efficiency. The open force includes the elements of the city, the degree of contact between the city and the inside and outside the region (both domestic and foreign).