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An emerging polycentric spatial structure in China's mega cities has been confirmed in the literature, but few studies have addressed the linkage between the change in spatial structure and urban development policies. Using Beijing as a case study, this paper examines the role of urban polycentric planning in the polycentric evolution process from a morphological perspective. We observed that urban polycentric planning significantly promoted the emergence of a polycentric urban form indoi:10.3390/su10051588 fatcat:xnjp77r2ojcn3nn5soygnqx2qi