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Pan-Tourism Urbanization Model Based on System Dynamics: A Case Study of Barkam

  • Lin Hu
  • Lu GanEmail author
  • Qian Yang
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes on Multidisciplinary Industrial Engineering book series (LNMUINEN)

Abstract

With the rapid development of urbanization, tourism-driven urbanization process has become an important development strategy in China. There are many examples of the tourism urbanization, however, the integration with industries is scarce. In order to describe the characterization of the industrial clusters system, this paper uses SPSS [8] to analyze the data. And it also uses DYNAMO simulation language and Vensim [2] to establish the pan-tourism urbanization model based on the theory of industrial cluster and system dynamics. Simultaneously, taking Barkam city in the northwestern Tibetan area of Sichuan as an example, this paper analyzes the operation mechanism of pan-tourism urbanization mode to find the optimal system structure, which can provide corresponding scientific basis and theoretical support for promoting the development of urban and rural areas, improving the level of new urbanization and building new towns.

Keywords

System dynamics Pan-tourism Industrial cluster Simulation 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This research was supported by the Key Funds of Sichuan Social Science Research Institution “System Science and Enterprise Development Research” (Grant NO. Xq15B09), the Youth Funds of Sichuan Provincial Education Department (Grant NO. 14ZB0014), and the Humanities Social and Sciences Research Funds of Education Ministry (Grant NO. 15XJC630001).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Architecture and Urban-Rural PlanningSichuan Agricultural UniversityDujiangyanPeople’s Republic of China

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