|aChina and Europe :|bthe implications of the rise of China for European space /|cedited by Klaus R. Kunzmann, Willy A. Schmid and Martina Koll-Schretzenmayr.
|axix, 275 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aRegions and cities
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aPART 1. CHINA: A CHALLENGE FOR EUROPEAN POLICY AND SPATIAL PLANNING?: 1. Pathways towards a new world order: China's challenge to the European Union / John Friedmann ; 2. The impact of China's development: is there a need to alter land-use and transport policy in Europe? / Herbert Kemming ; 3. Will China's thirst for oil affect accessibility and mobility in the regions and cities of Europe / Michael Wegener ; 4. Fear of the East: how the rise of China is being used to rationalize undemocratic and inappropriate planning in Europe / John Lovering ; 5. China and the future of European cities / Ivan Turok ; 6. China Inc. and the future of European cities: theatres or theme parks? / Tridib Banerjee ; 7. What will become of European regions? Driving forces, emerging mega-city regions, options / Alain Thierstein ; The implications of the rise of China for planning in urban Switzerland / Angelo Rossi -- PART 2. SCENARIOS AND STRATEGIES FOR EUROPE TO ADDRESS THE CHALLENGES FROM THE EAST: 9. A sustainable quality of life for Europeans in 2031: a framework for shaping policies to address major changes in the global operating environment / Simon Miles ; 10 The rise of China and the need for cross-border governance in Europe's borderlands / Robert Knippschild ; What kind of spatial planning do we need? An approach based on visioning, action and co-production! / Jef Van Den Broeck ; 12. Is the 'new' strategic planning suited to coping with the issues of globalization? / Louis Albrechts ; 13. The European house: museum and supermarket / Achim Prossek ; 14. PEACE at Odessa / Andreas Faludi ; 15. China's ascension and European cities in 2040: a scenario / Marco Keiner ; 16. Hanbao: the Chines Hamburg in 2035 / Thomas Krueger ; 17. 1950-2050: sunset and sunrise over the Eurasian continent / Philippe Doucet.
|aChina and Europe address the challenges for the cities and regions of Europe that may be the consequences of development trends. Contributions by policy-makers and academic observers prepare the ground for debating the economic, quality of life, knowledge and culture, environment and mobility, and governance dimensions of this challenge.
|aUrban policy|zEuropean Union countries.
|aEuropean Union countries|xForeign economic relations|zChina.
|aChina|xForeign economic relations|zEurope Union countries.