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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Emerging regions worldwide increasingly involve cross-border relations. The Pearl River Delta PRD in south China in particular has been the focus of investigation in the recent literature on multiple jurisdiction regions, but with very little attention to Macao.
Gaming has delivered wealth, along with social problems and growing dependency on the Mainland on a land base that is very small and geographically complex. Breaking out of its isolation as a post-colonial backwater involves redefining the relationship with neighbouring Zhuhai on the Mainland with hopes for stronger links with Hong Kong.
An ambitious reclamation project will add about ha of land to the territory, including underground space and transport infrastructure. Commodifying the new territories engages the Macao SAR in a role complementary to that outlined for Zhuhai. The gamble is that real estate-led development will support an economy that continues to depend largely on gaming. While the focus in the burgeoning literature on emerging regions is almost exclusively on institutional and economic integration, this paper looks at how cross-border integration may also involve urban plans.
It is argued that extra-territorial pressures and rescaling of governance in the PRD are drivers for the development plans now being implemented. In the last several years, there has been much research on emerging regions under the forces of globalisation, particularly those involving multiple states, intra-state regional authorities and cities, as well as supra-territorial agencies.
It is argued by several investigators Otgaar et al. For example, European cities have focussed on urban policies while leaving regulatory and macro-economic matters to state and inter-state authority Brenner, By contrast, in the PRD, institutional integration has lagged behind economic integration Shen, In fact, the PRD appears to be a significant exception in Brunet-Jailly's thesis that closer economic ties are accompanied by cooperative institutional arrangements and eventually by social integration.