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20 may 2022 15:50:30

 
IJERPH, Vol. 19, Pages 6250: Growth Targets Management, Regional Competition and Urban Land Green Use Efficiency according to Evidence from China (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health)
 


Based on the panel data of 257 prefecture-level cities in China from 2010 to 2017, this paper measured urban land green use efficiency (ULGUE), incorporating undesirable outputs, via the super efficiency slack-based model (SBM). It also explored the effect, mechanism, and heterogeneity of growth targets management and regional competition on ULGUE via the time-varying gravitational spatial weight matrix and the spatial self-lagging model. The results show that growth targets management and regional competition have significant positive effects on ULGUE, and enhance the ULGUE by promoting local investment attraction, increasing innovation inputs, optimizing environmental regulations and strengthening commercial activities. Additionally, growth targets management has a more significant effect on eastern cities, non-central cities, and mature urban agglomeration, while regional competition has a more significant effect on central cities, non-central cities, and developmental urban agglomeration. Therefore, considering development as the priority, setting relatively aggressive economic growth targets and optimizing the regional competition mechanism for growth targets management can help improve the ULGUE and promote high-quality economic development in China.


 
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