Insights from the 2020 CensusDocumentos de trabajoFebrero 2023Douglas Webster, Jianming Cai, Larissa Muller, and Feifei Zhang
This monograph identifies key changes (trends, abrupt changes) in the 21st Century spatial distribution of the Chinese population, based primarily on absolute and relative changes between the 2010 (...
Migrants’ Access to Subsidized Housing in Urban ChinaDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2022Youqin Huang and Jianyu Ren
China is rapidly urbanizing with hundreds of millions of migrants leaving villages for cities. Due to the discriminatory Household Registration (Hukou) System, migrants have been denied urban welfare...
How Important is Hukou?Revista Land LinesEnero 2008Mark Duda and Bingqin Li
Understanding the causes of migrant housing outcomes is important because low housing quality is a genuine problem in need of policy attention; policy prescriptions to address hukou-based housing...
Revista Land LinesEnero 2008Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at the need for coordinated mitigation efforts to combat climate change in North American cities; inequality caused by widening gaps in assessed property valuation that is associated...
China modifica las regulaciones territoriales y mejora los acuerdos para los productores ruralesRevista Land LinesEnero 2021Por Matt Jenkins, 12 enero, 2021
Tras décadas de urbanización galopante, China implementa nuevas reformas de administración del suelo para garantizar un crecimiento más deliberado y equitativo. Algunas...
Zhi LiuRevista Land LinesOctubre 2015
Strengthening Municipal Fiscal Health in China Since 2013, Zhi Liu has been a senior research fellow and director of the China Program at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, and director of the...
Revista Land LinesEnero 2021By Matt Jenkins, January 12, 2021
After decades of rampant urbanization, China is implementing new land administration reforms to ensure more intentional and equitable growth. Steps such as compensating farmers more fairly and...
Why Small Property Rights Housing Is Big in ChinaRevista Land LinesJulio 2015Li Sun and Zhi Liu
Nearly one-quarter of residential units in Chinese cities are illicit, built and sold by village collectives on land that the state has not yet approved for urban use. The authors consider the legal...
Revista Land LinesJulio 2015Editado por Maureen Clarke
Beijing’s Subterranean Housing MarketRevista Land LinesOctubre 2014Annette M. Kim
More than one million people are living in apartments underground in Beijing. These small, often windowless dwellings are, for many workers, the only affordable housing option near jobs in the city...