Privatization of Urban Land in Shanghai

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Hong Kong University Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 190 pages
This book provides researchers and practitioners with an informed study of the land and real estate market in Shanghai. While, there are a number of well-researched books devoted to studying the economic consequences of China's transition to the capitalist market system, few are written about the country's privatization of land control. This book fills the gap by examining the land market mechanism arising from the land use rights reform in Shanghai, which has important implications for real estate development in China as a whole.

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