Wednesday, September 11, 2013
It seems like every other environmental law professor I talk to these days is doing work in/about China. Now here something for us land use types as well. I just received this email from the Lincoln Institute:The Annual International Fellowship Program of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy’s Program on the People’s Republic of China cordially invites applications from academic researchers working on issues related to the following fields in China:
- Land Policy and Development
- Urban Planning and Urban Development
- Land, Property Taxation, and Local Public Finance
- Social Housing Policy
- Environment and Urban Sustainability
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