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.
Three 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...
CursosJulho 8, 2019
This annual flagship training course of the China Program will provide participants with an opportunity to learn the latest approaches to municipal finance
Comunicados de ImprensaOutubro 13, 2017
Feasibility Analysis for Scalability Given Ad Valorem Property Tax ReformDocumentos de TrabalhoAbril 2019Peadar Davis, Michael McCord, Paul Bidanset, and Margie Cusack
Since 2003, the Chinese government has considered introducing an annual property tax, and while it selected six pilot cities for experimenting with the viability of a mass appraisal system rollout,...
Comunicados de ImprensaMaio 14, 2013
For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 BEIJING (May 14, 2013) – Local public finance in rapidly growing cities in China will be examined in a symposium jointly organized by the...
Documentos de TrabalhoJunho 2019Shihe Fu, Xiaocong Xu, and Junfu Zhang
The Chinese government has been using quotas to control the amount of farmland that can be converted for urban uses in different cities every year. Using a sample of more than 1.5 million land-lease...
Postdoctoral Fellows at Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land PolicyOportunidades de BolsasSetembro 2019
The Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy is seeking 2 two-year post-doctoral fellow positions in Beijing, China.
Challenges of Municipal Finance in the Twenty-First CenturyArtigos de ConferênciasAbril 2013Christine P. Wong
China is urbanizing, and the pace is accelerating. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reported a population of 1.34 billion at year end 2010, fully half of them living in cities (CSY 2011)....
Artigos de ConferênciasNovembro 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...