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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. 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...

  3. Dealing with “Small Property Rights” in China’s Land Market Development

    What Can China Learn from Its Past Reforms and the World Experience?
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2014
    Xiaofang Shen and Fan Tu

    This research aims to examine the knotty issue in China’s continued land market reform, the so-called “small property right” (SPR) referring to the ambivalent right to the commercial properties...

  4. Public Housing and Unemployment in Postindustrial Hong Kong

    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2014
    Paavo Monkkonen

    The impact of living in public rental housing on employment has been the subject of substantial debate internationally. Restrictions on residential mobility, neighborhood effects, and the place-based...

  5. Effects of Plans on Urban Development in Beijing

    Do They Contain Growth?
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2014
    Shih-Kung Lai and Haoying Han

    The setting of urban construction boundaries (UCBs) through the imposition of comprehensive master plans (CMPs) is commonly practiced in Chinese cities. However, the effectiveness of UCBs in...

  6. China’s Urbanisation from Below

    Village Led Land and Property Development
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2014
    Ya Ping Wang and Yanglin Wang

    Recent academic and media attention on China’s urbanisation focuses on large-scale project based developments in cities. Urbanisation in China is however a very complex process which happens at...

  7. Should Beijing Control the Influx of Migrants?

    A Labor Market Analysis Using the 2010 Census
    Documentos de trabajo
    Agosto 2014
    Chengdong Yi, Youqing Huang, and Chuan Zhang

    Beijing has experienced an influx of migrants in the last decade. According to the latest 2010 census, migrants without local household registration accounted for more than one third of 19.6 million...

  8. Urban Systems/Regional Development Policy Implication

    China’s 2010 Census
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2014
    Douglas Webster, Jianming Cai, Ting Wen, and Larissa Muller

    The purpose of this monograph is to explore implications of the results of the 2010 Chinese national population census (especially relative to the 2000 census) in terms of ongoing discourse in regard...

  9. A First Glance at China’s 2010 Census

    Urbanization and Regional Dynamics
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2014
    Douglas Webster, Jianming Cai, and Larissa Muller

    This monograph focuses on identification of ongoing urban and regional dynamics shaping China’s national spatial system, based on the recent partial release of 2010 population census data....

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