|Title||Is the incipient Chinese civil society playing a role in regenerating historic urban areas? Evidence from Nanjing, Suzhou and Shanghai|
Urban regeneration in Western countries can count on a long-lasting tradition of experiences in which civil society has played a fundamental role in counterbalancing the system of power, resulting in profound urban governance readjustments. This has been the result of the increasing centrality of horizontal alliances between citizens and associations involved in urban affairs since the late 1960s in the West.
|Keywords||Urban regeneration, Historic districts, Horizontal linkages, Community, Civil society, China|
|Journal citation||50, pp. 366-372|
|Accepted author manuscript|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1016/j.habitatint.2015.09.008|
|Published||29 Sep 2015|