Documentos de TrabalhoMaio 2023Min Su, Can Chen, and Cathy Yang Liu
The relocation of administrative centers is an important policy instrument in China, empowering cities to promote urban economic growth, strengthen public finance, and improve public service...
Fiscal Self-Sufficiency, Debt Limits, and Fiscal Sustainability in China’s Emerging Municipal Bond MarketDocumentos de TrabalhoJunho 2022Yu Shi , Qing Li , and Robert Bland
China’s municipal bond market suffers from a tension between centralized policymaking by the national government and the decentralized implementation of those policies by subnational...
CursosJulho 4, 2016
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.
Revista Land LinesNovembro 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.
Documentos 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...
Documentos 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...
China's Policy to Limit Use of Public-Private Partnerships by Municipalities to Finance Capital ImprovementsA Regression Discontinuity Design Analysis of the Fiscal ImpactDocumentos de TrabalhoJunho 2023Robert Bland, Jingran Sun, and Yu Shi
China’s rapid urbanization in the past four decades combined with the national government’s ambitious goals for economic growth have pressured public officials in prefectural cities to...
Revista Land LinesMaio 2023By Lincoln Institute Staff, May 16, 2023
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is delighted to announce the arrival of board members Tzuchin Lin and Peter Culp.
Insights 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 (...
Solicitação de PropostasFevereiro 2023