Click here for a Selected Bibliography (with Commentary) of Current Topics in China Land Use Planning, Compiled by Marielle Brown (2010), Portland State University
Following is a list of selected publications on China planning and urban studies.
Chen, B.; G.Q. Chen; Z.F. Yang; et al. 2007. Ecological Footprint Accounting for Energy and Resource in China. Energy Policy 35 (2007): 1599-1609
Ferng, Jiun-Juin. 2002. Toward a Scenario Analysis Framework for Energy Budgets. Ecological Economics 40 (2002): 53-69.
Yue, Dongxia; Xiaofeng Xu; Zizhen Li; et al. 2006. Spatiotemporal Analysis of Ecological Footprint and Biological Capacity of Gansu, China 1991-2015: Down from the Environmental Cliff. Ecological Economics 58 (2006): 393-406.
ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
Ho, Peter. 2006. Trajectories for Greening in China: Theory and Practice. Development and Change 37,1: 3-28.
Jim, C.Y., and Sophia S. Chen. 2003. Comprehensive Greenspace Planning Based on Landscape Ecology Principles in Compact Nanjing City, China. Landscape and Urban Planning 65: 95-116.
Levine, Richard S.; Michael T. Hughes; Casey Ryan Mather; and Ernest J. Yanarella. 2008. Generating Sustainable Towns from Chinese Villages: A System Modeling Approach. In Journal of Environmental Management 87: 305-316.
Liu, Lee. 2008. Sustainability Efforts in China: Reflections on the Environmental Kuznets Curve Through a Locational Evaluation of “Eco-Communities.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 98,3: 604-629.
LAND USE PLANNING
Boyd, Andrew. 1962. Chinese Architecture and Town Planning 1500 B.C.—A.D. 1911. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Cody, Jeffrey W. 1996. American Planning in Republican China, 1911-1937. Planning Perspectives 11: 339-377.
Dwyer, D. J. 1986. Urban Housing and Planning in China. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series, 11,4: 479-89.
Luo, Xiaolong, and Jianfa Shen. 2008. Why City-Region Planning Does Not Work Well in China: The Case of Suzhou-Wuxi-Changzhou. Cities 25: 207-217.
Wang, Donggen and Si-ming Li. 2004. Housing Preferences in a Transitional Housing System: The Case of Beijing, China. Environment and Planning A 36: 69-87.
Zhang, Tingwei. 2002. Challenges Facing Chinese Planners in Transitional China. Journal of Planning Education and Research 22: 64-76.
Ali, Robbie, and Hong Zhao. 2008. Wuhan, China and Pittsburgh, USA: Urban Environmental Health Past, Present, and Future. EcoHealth 5: 159-166.
Byrne, John, Young-Doo Wang, Bo Shen and Xiuguo Li. 1994. Sustainable Urban Development Strategies for China. Environment and Urbanization 6,1: 174-87.
Campanella, Thomas J. 2008. The Concrete Dragon: China's Urban Revolution and What It Means for the World. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.
Chang, Sen-Dou. 1998. Beijing: Perspectives on Preservation, Environment, and Development. Cities 15,1: 13-25.
Chen, Haiyan, Beisi Jia, and S. Lau. 2008. Sustainable Urban Form for Chinese Compact Cities: Challenges of a Rapid Urbanized Economy. Habitat International 32: 28-46.
Cheng, Jianquan, Jan Turkstra, Mingjun Peng et al. 2006. Urban Land Administration and Planning in China: Opportunities and Constraints of Spatial Data Models. Land Use Policy 23: 604-616.
Feiner, Jacques P., and Diego Salmeron. Unsustainable Trends in Spatial Development in China: Situation Analysis and Exploration of Alternative Development Paths Demonstrated by Case Studies of Kunming (Urban) and Shaxi Valley (Rural). In Managing Urban Futures. 2005. Edited by Marco Keiner et al. Hampshire, England: Ashgate. 187-205.
Friedmann, John. 2006. Four Theses in the Study of China’s Urbanization. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30,2: 440-51
Friedmann, John. 2005. China’s Urban Transition. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Gaubatz, Piper Rae. 1999. China’s Urban Transformation: Patterns and Processes of Morphological Change in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Urban Studies 36: 1451-1521.
Gu, Chaolin and Jianfa Shen. 2003. Transformation of Urban Socio-Spatial Structure in Socialist Market Economies: The Case of Beijing. Habitat International 27: 107-122.
Lin, George C.S. 2002. The Growth and Structural Change of Chinese Cities: a Contextual and Geographic Analysis. Cities 19,5: 299-316.
Logan, John R. 2008. Urban China in Transition. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
Ma, Laurence J.C. 2000. Urban Transformation in China, 1949-2000: A Review and Research Agenda. Environment and Planning A 34: 1545-69.
Ma, Laurence J.C. and Biao Xiang. 1998. Native Place, Migration and the Emergence of Peasant Enclaves in Beijing. The China Quarterly 155: 546-581.
Melchert, Luciana. 2005. The Age of Environmental Impasse? Globalization and Environmental Transformation of Metropolitan Cities. Development and Change 36,5: 803-823.
Melchert Saguas Presas, L. 2004. Transnational Urban Spaces and Urban Environmental Reforms: Analyzing Beijing’s Environmental Restructuring in the Light of Globalization. Cities 21,4: 321-328.
Song, Yan and Chengri Ding. 2009. Smart Urban Growth for China. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Wagner, Cynthia G. 2008. China’s Eco-City: Model for Urban Sustainability. Futurist. May-June issue.
Whitehand, J.W.R., and Kai Gu. 2006. Research on Chinese Urban Form: Retrospect and Prospect. Progress in Human Geography 30,3: 337-355.
Wu, Fulong and Klaire Webber. 2004. The Rise of “Foreign Gated Communities” in Beijing: Between Economic Globalization and Local Institutions. Cities 21: 203-213.
Wu, Weiping. 2004. Sources of Migrant Housing Disadvantage in Urban China. Environment and Planning A 36: 1285-1304.
Xu, Jiang, and Anthony G.O. Yeh. 2003. City Profile [Guangzhou]. Cities 20,5: 361-374.
Xu, Yinong. 2000. The Chinese City in Space and Time: The Development of Urban Form in Suzhou. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
Yu, Li. 2007. A Sustainable Development Form for Metropolises in China: A Case Study of Beijing. International Development Planning Review 29,4: 451-473.
Zhu, Jieming. 2004. Local Developmental State and Order in China’s Urban Development During Transition. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 28,2: 424-47.