Frontiers in Healthy Cities

Policy Impacts and Inclusive Governance

Edited by
December 2022
728 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6021-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6022-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Frontiers in Healthy Cities: Policy Impacts and Inclusive Governance that was published in

Environmental & Earth Sciences
Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare

This collection that is based on the Special Issue contains 37 high-quality, rigorously peer-reviewed, cutting-edge pieces of original research applying a multi-disciplinary academic approach to study how to improve environment quality and healthy living in contemporary and future urban environments. This multidisciplinary collection helps to disseminate and communicate scientific knowledge and impactful discoveries of how to make healthy cities available to researchers, academics, and the general public globally.

  • Hardback
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urban sprawl; physical health; mental health; Smog Free Tower; air purification; housing price; moderating effect; traffic convenience; urban resilience; spatiotemporal differentiation; ESDA; geographical detector model; YRB; social capital; social participation; volunteering; urban China; urban governance; Chinese national scenic areas; tourism economy; moderating effect; time-limited rectification; pilot free trade zones; green total factor productivity; green development; difference-in-differences; quasi-natural experiment; land use evolution; land ecological security; AHP-FCE model; evaluation; China; business environment; FDI; BRI countries; status elevation the global value chain; pilot free trade zone; port; green TFP; environmental constraints; regional heterogeneity; air pollution; health shocks; labor mobility; mediating effect; threshold effect; production-living-ecology; spatial transformation characteristics; spatial conflicts; urban agglomeration; carbon emissions; Tapio decoupling; LMDI model; provincial level; low-carbon economy; physical inactivity; prolonged sitting; unhealthy diet; sports facilities; street greenery; spatial accessibility; medical system; multi-tiered two-step floating catchment area (MT2SFCA) method; equity; healthcare; Hu Line of land; “production-living-ecology” coordination; spatial heterogeneity; ESDA-GWR; China; COVID-19; mask; willingness to pay; protection motivation theory; contingent value method; urban; health impact assessment; bibliometric analysis; CiteSpace; knowledge mapping; disaster-preventive migration (DPM); social stability risk; fuzzy comprehensive evaluation (FCE); ethnic minority area; China; green finance; ecological environment; coupling coordination rate; spatiotemporal evolution; driving factor; environmental equality; guanxi network; pig farming pollution; cost and benefit sharing; China; ecological environment; technological innovation; coupling coordination; green economy; aging migration; housing tenure; social integration; Beijing; environmental pollution control investment efficiency; three-stage DEA; super-efficient SBM; Global-Malmquist-Luenberger index; regional differences; digital financial inclusion; green innovation; financing constraints; life cycle; carbon emissions trading; total factor productivity of agricultural enterprises; green innovation; double difference; policy mix; policy design; COVID-19; pandemic management; policy outcomes; compound crisis; urban sustainability; healthy cities; projects; risks; expert evaluation; fuzzy sets; European Green Deal; Industry 5.0; decision-making; transport; medical infrastructure; healing and therapeutic design; blockchain; building information modeling (BIM); landscape information modeling (LIM); city information modeling (CIM); art therapy; mental health; sustainable development; non-fungible token (NFT); Health Metaverse; air pollution; workplace; avoidance behavior; public health; regression discontinuity design; China; air pollution; migration intention; high human capital; instrumental variable; regional economic resilience; spatial heterogeneity; spatiotemporal evolution; influence mechanism; Yellow River Basin; China; quality of life; healthy region; healthy environment; spatial; synthetic measure; voivodship; national fitness policy; national health; human capital; public finance health expenditures; regional differences; civil registration; block chain; digitization governance; smart contract; urban young returnees; happiness; healthy China; HLM; SEM; rural-to-urban migrant; bibliometric analysis; performance analysis; science mapping; network analysis; environmental policy uncertainty; enterprise pollution emission; enterprise innovation; human capital; the foreign investment