China’s Shifting Demographic GeographyInsights from the 2020 CensusDocumentos de TrabalhoFevereiro 2023Douglas Webster, Jianming Cai, Larissa Muller, and Feifei Zhang
This monograph identifies key changes (trends, abrupt changes) in the 21st Century spatial distribution of the Chinese population, based primarily on absolute and relative changes between the 2010 (...
Municipal Fiscal Health and Urban PlanningCursosJulho 4, 2016Faculty: Roy Bahl, Erwin van der Krabben, Andrew Reschovsky
Each year, the Program on the People’s Republic of China offers a week-long capacity-building “Training the Trainers” course to young faculty members, researchers, and practitioners from universities, government agencies, and institutions across China.
Features, Problems and Reform of County and Township Fiscal Administration System in ChinaDocumentos de TrabalhoJulho 2013Feng Xingyuan
That China’s counties and townships are in fiscal predicament is an acknowledged fact. This problem is largely attributed to the current multi-tier fiscal system, the county and township fiscal...
Fiscal Disparity across Chinese CitiesDocumentos de TrabalhoJulho 2013Li Zhang, Fanghua Li, and Xinye Zheng
Using county level data from 2006, we in this paper look at the fiscal disparity as measured by the CV in per capita expenditure at city level. We try to discern factors contributing to this measure...
Plus ça ChangeThree Decades of Fiscal Policy and Central-Local Relations in ChinaDocumentos de TrabalhoJunho 2021Christine Wong
In China’s decentralised fiscal system, since virtually all vital public services (education, healthcare, social welfare) are provided by local governments, a well-functioning intergovernmental...
2019 Fundamentals of Municipal FinanceCursosJulho 8, 2019Faculty: Lourdes Germán, Michael D. Belsky, Zhi Liu, John E. Anderson, Joyce Man
This annual flagship training course of the China Program will provide participants with an opportunity to learn the latest approaches to municipal finance
Neighborhood Restructuring, the Built Environment, and Quality of Life in Urban ChinaA Comparative AnalysisDocumentos de TrabalhoJunho 2021Qiang Fu, Jiaxin Gu, and Piao Han
Has China’s urban transformation improved its urban environment in terms of quality of life? If so, how can we reconcile the influx of Chinese migrants who are seeking a better ‘...
Land Tenure and Children’s HealthEvidence from ChinaDocumentos de TrabalhoJunho 2021Li Fang and Chuanhao Tian
Does land tenure improve children’s wellbeing? We answer this question using a natural experiment – the 2003 Land Contract Law in China, which bans land adjustments in villages. This...
Ilegal pero lógicoPor qué las viviendas de derechos de propiedad pequeños son populares en ChinaRevista Land LinesJulho 2015Li 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...
Lincoln Institute marks 10th anniversary of Center for Urban Development and Land Policy in BeijingComunicados de ImprensaOutubro 13, 2017