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Volume 123, 2021The Fourth International Conference on Social Science, Public Health and Education (SSPHE 2021)
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Spatiotemporal Evolution of Functional Structure of Urban Agglomeration in Central Yunnan
International Business School, Yunnan University of Finance and Economics, Kunming, Yunnan, China
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This paper selects data related to each representative industry in the Central Yunnan Urban Agglomeration from 2010-2019 as the research sample, and analyzes the functional structure of the Central Yunnan Urban Agglomeration through spatial Gini coefficient, primacy and location quotient. The research results show that: the economic development level of Kunming, a city with high primacy, is insufficient. Moreover, the development differences within the Central Yunnan Urban Agglomeration are large enough and it’s hard to drive economic recovery. The industrial agglomeration of the Central Yunnan Urban Agglomeration is not high. There are fluctuating changes in industries that depend on the natural environment, and the epidemic has a large impact on the pillar industries as well. There are overlapping industrial functions within the Central Yunnan Urban Agglomeration. The complementarity of each function is not high enough, and the degree of regional economic integration is not enough, which is not conducive to economic recovery.
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