ConferenciasJunio 27, 2019Organizers and Co-Organizers: Peking University—Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy; College of Urban & Environmental Sciences, Peking University;Department of Urban Planning and Design, The University of Hong Kong and The Regional Science Association of China
This conference will bring together researchers from different parts of the world to share empirical and policy research findings on urbanization and urbanism.
Videos y multimediaMayo 2018
On October 14, 2017, the Lincoln Institute marked the 10th anniversary of the Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy in Beijing.
ReutersDiciembre 26, 2017El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
The Future of the PKU–Lincoln CenterRevista Land LinesOctubre 2017
On October 14, we will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Peking University–Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy, more affectionately known as the PKU–Lincoln Center, or...
The China Program explores issues and challenges relating to land and taxation policy in China with a focus on rapid urban development, fundamental land policy and tax reform. The work is...
Documentos de trabajoJulio 2016
This paper serves as a primer to examine the issues extant in the Chinese mortgage enforcement system; to analyze overbuilding and vacancy in three Chinese cities; and to explore the possibility of...
In this paper, Joyce Y. Man examines the evolution of Chinese housing policies and the growth of the Chinese housing market since the reforms of 1998, when the Chinese government ended its...
LOEBLogSeptiembre 24, 2015El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
El mercado inmobiliario subterráneo de BeijingRevista Land LinesOctubre 2014Annette 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...
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...