Faculty ProfileTao RanRevista Land LinesJulio 2013
Tao Ran is a professor in the School of Economics at Renmin University of China and director of the university’s China Center for Public Economics and Governance. He is also a nonresident senior...
Perfil académicoTao RanRevista Land LinesJulio 2013
Tao Ran es profesor en la Escuela de Economía de la Universidad de Renmin en China, y director del Centro Chino de Economía y Gobierno Público de dicha universidad. También es senior fellow no...
The unnerving story of China's underground urban dwellersEntradas de blogOctubre 2014Steven B. Cord
The Year in Land Policy: 2014Entradas de blogDiciembre 2014
Faculty ProfileCanfei HeRevista Land LinesAbril 2010
Canfei He earned his Ph.D. degree in geography from Arizona State University in 2001, and then moved to the University of Memphis, Tennessee, where he taught as an assistant professor. In August 2003...
At Lincoln House October 2014E-Newsletter Archive IssueOctubre 21, 2014
October 21, 2014
Affordable Housing in ChinaRevista Land LinesEnero 2011By Joyce Yanyun Man
Recent housing reform has resulted in a vigorous urban housing market and greatly improved housing conditions for urban residents, but affordability has become a major challenge for municipal...
Farmland Preservation in ChinaRevista Land LinesJulio 2004Chengri Ding
The fast pace of farmland conversion in the People’s Republic of China is causing alarm among top leaders concerned with food security and China’s ability to remain self-reliant in crop production....
At Lincoln House December 2014E-Newsletter Archive IssueDiciembre 17, 2014
December 17, 2014