Revista Land LinesNoviembre 2023By Kristina McGeehan, November 7, 2023
20 innovative leaders from five continents share their struggles and successes, along with strategies for making cities more equitable, sustainable, and healthy places to live and work.
Learning from Lincoln Institute-Funded Working PapersDocumentos de trabajoFebrero 2024Ayden Chi
Since China’s economic liberalization reforms took off in 1978, various urban and land policy issues have emerged on the local and national levels. This paper briefly examines issues around...
Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 2023By Anthony Flint, September 19, 2023
Rapid urbanization has brought many challenges to Delhi, from unhealthy air quality to unrelenting traffic. With new policies in place, the city’s leaders are working to turn things around.
Solicitud de propuestasEnero 2023
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...
Revista Land LinesAgosto 2022By José Gómez-Ibáñez and Zhi Liu, August 30, 2022
How can infrastructure development stimulate economic growth, reduce poverty, and promote regional integration? The Lincoln Institute book "Infrastructure Economics and Policy: International Perspectives" explores this and other questions.
Examining the socio-spatial outcomes of urban redevelopment in urban China since 2000Documentos de trabajoJunio 2021Yushu Zhu and Changdong Ye
Against the backdrop of intensified urban redevelopment with massive displacement across urban China in the early 2000s and a recent policy orientation toward micro-renewal without displacement, this...