Acta Geographica Sinica ›› 1997, Vol. 52 ›› Issue (1): 1-9.doi: 10.11821/xb199701001
Mao Hanying, Fang Chuanglin
Regional developmental plan is one of the most popular aspects in human geography field in our country. Base on the reviewing it in 1980s the character was revealed, which included following, plans between different types and different spacetime scales. Replenished each other and developed mutually, important breakthrough prefected; metholds were innovated; means were improved. The main problems in current, the first is too large ratio of program in planning: the second is too much macroscopic strategy and poor manipulatableness; the third is soft combination between qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis. To adapt the socialist market economic system, the basic thought of regional development, plan in new period, should be changing plan from program kind to market kind; drawing up flexible plan; changing single goal for economic benefits to multigoal for sustainable development which would coordinate economy, society population, resources and environment; changing economic growth for speed to development for benefits, changing academic research planning to scientific practical planning. In order to promote our regional developmental plan in new period, accomplish those for changings improve the quality and practisal value of plan, market factor research should be stressed in planning, the regional developmental direction, which coordinate PRED should be adhered firmly. Relation between qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis should be dealt correctly, especially, in the later. System analysis, threshold analysis, expart system, decision support system should be advocated and spreaded in quantitative research. Regional developmental policy research should be taken seilously.
regional developmental plan,
PRED coordinated development
Mao Hanying, Fang Chuanglin. THE BASIC THOUGHT OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN NEW PERIOD AND ITS IMPROVING WAY[J].Acta Geographica Sinica, 1997, 52(1): 1-9.
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