Tuesday 5 June 2018, Griffith Asia Institute Seminar, Urban Housing Challenges in China 

On 5 June 2018, Dr Zhi Liu, Director of Peking University – Lincoln Institute Centre for Urban Development and Land Policy presented an overview of the urban housing challenges in China. A housing reform in 1998 moved the urban housing provision to the market, and a government policy in 2003 designated the real estate sector as one of the pillar industries of the national economy. Since then and until 2014, China had experienced a “Golden Period” of unprecedented rapid growth of housing markets and prices.

Co-hosted by Griffith Asia Institute, Peking University – Lincoln Institute Centre, National Affordable Housing Consortium (NAHC) and Sustainable Living Infrastructure Consortium (SLIC). @GAIGriffith @PKU1898

Podcast can be found here.