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Title: The impacts of government policies on land values in the economy of transition : An empirical study of Beijing, China
Authors: SUN LIANG
Keywords: Urban Land Reform, Government Policy, Land Value, Economy of Transition, China
Issue Date: 15-Mar-2007
Source: SUN LIANG (2007-03-15). The impacts of government policies on land values in the economy of transition : An empirical study of Beijing, China. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Chinaa??s economic reform which started in late 1970s has triggered profound institutional changes and economic transformation from central planning to market orientation. This thesis primarily identifies and assesses how the government intervention and policies shaped and influenced the progress of urban land reform in the economy of transition. Empirical analyses with aggregate and disaggregate public land leasing data in Beijing from 2002 to 2005 have demonstrated that government policies have significant impact on the process of urban land reform and the determination of land value by means of various regulations such as site density restriction and mode of land leasing. Besides, the transformation of urban spatial structure in the economic reform and urbanization are also examined. The research findings in this study have provided valuable implications for both policymakers and practitioners in real estate industry by filling the gap in both academic research and practical experiences.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/12878
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