For a prolonged period, the Chinese state had monopolized housing provision, and people had virtually no choice of housing. Much has changed with the deepening of market-oriented housing reform and urban land reform since 1988. A housing market, though not full-fledged one, has been established. People have more freedom to choose their houses and adjust their housing consumption in accordance with their preferences and budgets. In this context, I am trying to build up a synthetic framework especially in terms of methodology to investigate the determinants and mechanisms of housing choices, residential mobility and neighbourhood satisfaction to understand the transitional ...
My principle supervisor is Dr Richard Harris, with Prof. Frank Windmeijer as my second supervisor.
I am funded by the ESRC through the Advanced Quantitative Methods pathway of the SWDTC.
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