3 edition of Housing tenure and residential mobility in urban China found in the catalog.
Housing tenure and residential mobility in urban China
by Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University in Hong Kong
Written in English
|Statement||Si-ming Li and Doris K. W. Fung.|
|Series||Occasional paper -- no.1|
|Contributions||Fung, Doris K. W., Hong Kong Baptist University. Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies.|
Residential mobility of skilled migrants in Nanjing, China Article (PDF Available) in Environment and Planning A 47(3) – March with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Can Cui. Average housing size and own value or rent cost by housing tenure since in Beijing (Source: Residential mobility and urban restructuring under marketization survey and ) During these five years, the estimated market value of owner-occupied housing Cited by: 3.
“ Residential Mobility and Urban Change in China: What Have We Learned So Far? ” In Restructuring the Chinese City: Changing Society, Economy and Space, edited by Ma, Laurence J. C., Wu, Fulong, – New York: Routledge. Google Scholar | CrossrefAuthor: Yiping Fang, Zhilin Liu, Yulin Chen. The development of modern urban housing in China over the past years is examined in this unique volume for the first time. From the beginnings of China's modernization after the Opium Wars to the latest trends adopted after the market reforms of the 's, this publication offers a broad overview of the developments in building construction and by: 7.
Residential mobility plan has a significant effect on housing tenure, but not on the specific housing choices of migrant workers. Second, income has a larger influence on the specific housing choices of migrant workers than housing tenure, which may be attributed to the low income of these workers. The majority of these workers cannot afford to Cited by: Urban Housing in China: Market Transition, Housing Mobility and Neighbourhood Change Life Course and Housing Tenure Change in Urban China: A Study of Guangzhou. Si-Ming Li & Limei Li. Pages: Published online: 22 Jan Migrant Intra-urban Residential Mobility in Urban China. Weiping Wu. Pages:
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Twenty-plus years of reform have brought about a highly complex system of housing tenure in urban China. Although the traditional work unit housing under rental occupancy remains the dominating tenure mode, an increasing number of urban households have become owners under various forms of subsidized by: While some recent quantitative analysis on Chinese urban housing market have contributed to explore tenure consumption and residential mobility in big cities of China Author: Si-Ming Li.
Kendig, H.L. () Housing careers, life cycle and residential mobility: implications for the housing market, Urban Studies, 21, pp. Google Scholar King, M.A. () An econometric model of tenure choice and demand for housing as a joint decision, Journal of Public Economics, 14, pp.
- Cited by: Change in marital status is important, but does not automatically bring about a change in residence. Birth of a child, moreover, appears to carry minimal weight in residential change. In this sense, the thesis that residential mobility is a housing-adjustment process is less applicable to the case of Beijing than it is in cities in the by: China, especially the urban housing reform launched inhas unleashed new forces for profound changes in every aspect of the society, including an unprecedented prevalence of residential mobility in Chinese cities.
While public housing is being privatized, massive private housing has been available, and more importantly, for the ﬁrst. Housing tenure and residential mobility In urban china a study of commodity Housing development in Beijing and Guangzhou.
Journal of Urban Affairs Review Cited by: 2. Residential Mobility in Chinese Cities: A Longitudinal Analysis. Twenty-plus years of reform have brought about a highly complex system of housing tenure in urban China.
Although the. Housing tenure and residential mobility In urban china a study of commodity Housing development in Beijing and Guangzhou. Journal of Urban Affairs Review, 38, Housing policy and housing. This paper analyzes the housing tenure of China’s rural–urban migrants in eight destination municipalities in Jiangsu province after the reform of the urban registration system (called hukou in Chinese).
The objective is to distill links between home ownership and formal residency status. Using binary logistic models, the paper explores the effects of demographics and institutional factors Cited by: Household savings and residential mobility in informal settlements (English) Abstract.
Strategies to help the one billion people worldwide who live in informal settlements have mainly focused on slum upgrading, sites and services programs, and tenure by: 8. Migrant Intra-urban Residential Mobility in Urban China Article in Housing Studies 21(5) September with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Weiping Wu.
This paper empirically assesses intra-urban migrant mobility in two of China's largest cities, Beijing and Shanghai. It examines the range and determinants of migrant mobility behaviour and rates, tenure and spatial patterns of migrant intra-urban mobility, and key sources of information and assistance in migrant residential by: Si-Ming Li, Housing Tenure And Residential Mobility In Urban China, Urban Affairs Review, 38, 4, (), ().
Crossref Zhenfeng Pan, Housing quality differentials in urban China ‐, International Journal of Social Economics, 30, 10, (), ().Cited by: Housing Consumption in Urban China: A Comparative Study of Beijing and Guangzhou. Si-ming Li. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 6 Housing Consumption in Urban China: A Comparative Study of Beijing and Guangzhou Show all authors.
Si-ming Li Housing Tenure And Residential Mobility In Urban China: A Study of Commodity Cited by: Residential Mobility in Chinese Cities: A Longitudinal Analysis Introduction Residential mobility is intricately related to housing markets and urban changes.
It has been extensively studied by social scientists as an economic, demographic and spatial adjustment process. Fu, Q. The persistence of power despite the changing meaning of homeownership: An age-period cohort analysis of urban housing tenure in China, – Urban Studies, 53(6), – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2.
In urban China, residential mobility behaviors have changed fundamentally in recent decades. While research has been undertaken on the trends and causes of residential relocation for different population groups, less attention has been paid to micro‐level processes of residential change, yet the latter underscore urban by: 1.
Based on a survey conducted after the reform of the residential registration system (hukou in Chinese), this paper explores housing tenure change among China’s rural–urban migrants in a medium-size city. It emphasizes the long-term effect of their initial hukou status which encapsulates the conditions in their place of origin and the social capital these : Xu Huang, Xu Huang, Martin Dijst, Jan van Weesep.
structural estimation of residential mobility and housing tenure choice * Yannis M. Ioannides Department of Economics, Tufts University and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA Cited by: Li, S. Housing tenure and residential mobility in urban China—A study of commodity housing development in Beijing and Guangzhou.
Urban Affairs Review, 38(4), – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 5. Abstract This paper analyzes the housing tenure of China's rural-urban migrants in eight destination municipalities in Jiangsu province after the reform of the urban regis- Residential mobility in China part presents a regression analysis to model home ownership rates, using data from a From Table 1, we can see that the homeownership rate in urban China is %, which is relatively high compared to those in developed countries, reflecting the traditional preference of Chinese people for owning houses as opposed to renting them (Chien, ; Wang, ).Under the marketization and commercialization of the Chinese housing market, the welfare housing system has become less Cited by: Migrant Intra-urban Residential Mobility in Urban China Residential patterns and outcomes are particularly informative in the study of adaptation of migrants, as residence is linked to patterns of social interactions and socialization.
Residential mobility, in particular, has a tendency to co-vary with socio-economic mobility.