What is it about?
Shenzhen has been established as the technology and innovation center in China. The study reviews its economic development and environmental change over the past four decades. Specifically, it tests whether environmental Kuznets curve relationship between haze as a proxy indicator of environmental condition and gross domestic product (GDP) per capita holds in Shenzhen.
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Why is it important?
China’s President Xi Jinping visited Shenzhen in October 2020 and called on Shenzhen to be a world-class technological and industrial innovation powerhouse. So, it is vital to understand how Shenzhen has evolved economically, environmentally, socially, and technologically over the past four decades before it can take on the next mission.
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This page is a summary of: Economic and Environmental Changes in Shenzhen—A Technology Hub in Southern China, Sustainability, May 2021, MDPI AG, DOI: 10.3390/su13105545.
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