Academician LU Dadao is an outstanding economical geographer worked in the Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR), Chinese Academy of Sciences. Lu proposed a “T-shaped” spatial strategy for regional development according to his theory of “pole-axis” system in regional economy. He also established the theoretical framework for China’s industrial geography. His theory which considers the Yangtze River corridor and coastal region as the axles of national economic development, has had great influence on national and regional economic development.
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1963: Peking University,(the Geography Department)B.S.
1966: Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences Ma.S.
1980-1982 : Ruhr University Bochum ( the former Federal Republic of Germany ), a visiting scholar
1992-1993 Visiting Professor in the University of Bremen Ruhr and University of Bochum, in Germany
Main research directions: Economic Geography and Regional Development