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  1. The Long-Run Effects of Subsidized Housing on Travel Behavior

    Evidence from China’s Housing Reform
    Documentos de trabajo
    Noviembre 2015
    Joshua Linn, Zhongmin Wang, and Lunyu Xie

    Many cities in developing countries are experiencing rapid urbanization along with deteriorating traffic congestion and air quality. A long-term approach to alleviating traffic congestion is to...

  2. An Evaluation of China’s Land Policy and Urban Housing Markets

    Ponencias
    Noviembre 2015

    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...

  3. Housing Supply and Regulation in 35 Chinese Cities

    Documentos de trabajo
    Octubre 2015
    Lingxiao Li and Stephen Malpezzi

    Over the past two decades China’s housing market has seen a remarkable transition, in part due to major institutional changes and in part due to urbanization, economic growth, and demographic...

  4. Opportunity for China Scholars from the Lincoln Institute

    LOEBLog
    Septiembre 24, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  5. Who Will Be Affected by a Congestion Pricing Scheme in Beijing?

    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2015
    Joshua Linn, Zhongmin Wang, and Lunyu Xie

    Equity concerns have been an important obstacle to adopting congestion pricing, in both developed and developing countries. However, the existing evidence on the equity effects of congestion pricing...

  6. Economic Transition, Development Zones, and Urban Land Expansion in the Yangtze River Delta, China

    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2015
    Yehua Dennis Wei

    Since the reforms launched in the late 1970s, China has been undergoing rapid economic growth and urbanization. With the pursuit for competitiveness and growth, Chinese cities have recorded massive...

  7. Illegal But Rational

    Why Small Property Rights Housing Is Big in China
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2015
    Li Sun and Zhi Liu

    Nearly one-quarter of residential units in Chinese cities are illicit, built and sold by village collectives on land that the state has not yet approved for urban use. The authors consider the legal...

  8. 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...

  9. A Case-Shiller Index for China

    Entradas de blog
    Febrero 2015
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