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  1. Hidden City

    Beijing’s Subterranean Housing Market
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2014
    Annette 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...

  2. Ilegal pero lógico

    Por qué las viviendas de derechos de propiedad pequeños son populares en China
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2015
    Li Sun and Zhi Liu

    “Como trabajador migrante durante 13 años, siempre he querido ser dueño de mi casa y tener una vida familiar normal aquí en Shenzhen” dijo el Sr. Wang, un exagricultor de la provincia de Sichuan que...

  3. Land Lines, Julio 2015

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2015
    Editado por Maureen Clarke
  4. La ciudad oculta

    El mercado inmobiliario subterráneo de Beijing
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2014
    Annette M. Kim

    Más de un millón de personas viven en apartamentos subterráneos en Beijing. Estas pequeñas viviendas, generalmente sin ventanas, son la única opción de...

  5. Land Lines, July 2007

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2007
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue explores the lodging of rural migrants in China’s urbanizing villages; the unforeseen consequences of U.S. property assessment caps; international trends in the use of eminent domain...

  6. Social Capital and Housing for Temporary Migrants in Urban China

    Evidence from a Twelve-City Migrant Survey
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2013
    Zhilin Liu and Ran Tao

    Rural-urban migration and housing for low-income migrants have attracted worldwide attention from both scholars and policy makers. In China, empirical studies have revealed tremendous exclusion of...

  7. China’s Housing Reform and Outcomes

    Abril 2011
    Edited by Joyce Yanyun Man

    “This book provides a unique evaluation of the most sweeping, swift, and successful housing policy reform ever conducted in any country. It is indispensable for any professional involved in...

  8. Urban Land Policy Reform in China

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2003
    Chengri Ding and Gerrit Knaap

    Photograph Caption: H. James Brown, president of the Lincoln Institute, with Lu Xinshe, vice-minister of China’s Ministry of Land and Resources, signed an agreement in September 2002 at Lincoln House...

  9. Housing Rural Migrants in China's Urbanizing Villages

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2007

    The emergence and prevalence of urbanizing villages is an outcome of China’s rapid urbanization, the dichotomy between rural and urban policies, and specific urban land policies.

  10. China’s Land System

    Past, Present, and Future
    Mayo 2009
    Dwight H. Perkins

    In this paper, Dwight H. Perkins discusses how the development of Chinese real estate markets has generated tensions between different segments of the population and between the government and...


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