The International Association for China Planning (IACP) is pleased to announce the “Economic Approach in Urban Sustainability Studies Award” Competition. This competition provides an award to authors who present the best papers using economic approaches to study the topics related to urban sustainability, at the 16th IACP conference which will take place in Wuhan, China, June 23-27, 2022.
To be eligible for this year’s award, the author must be either the sole author or the lead author of a paper that has been accepted for presentation at the 16th IACP conference in Wuhan, China. The author must attend and present the paper at the IACP Annual Conference.
The paper may deal with any aspect of urban sustainability studies using economic approaches, and does not have to deal specifically with China.
To be considered for this award, please e-mail a full paper in English by April 30th, 2022 to the IACP Award committee led by Jige Quan, email@example.com.
All submitted papers will be evaluated by a review committee selected by the IACP Award committee. The results of this competition will be announced at the conference in Wuhan. The winner of this competition will present the paper at the conference and receive US $1,000 or Chinese RMB of an equivalent value.
Please note, submissions for this award DO NOT prohibit applicants from publishing their papers elsewhere.
The IACP Economic Approach in Urban Sustainability Studies Award has been made by the generous support of MIT Sustainable Urbanization Lab.
2022, Sylvia He, Associate Professor at Chinese University of Hong Kong, “Regional impact of rail network accessibility on residential property price: Modelling spatial heterogeneous capitalisation effects in Hong Kong”
2021, Mi Diao, Professor at Tongji University, “Impacts of transportation network companies on urban mobility”
2020, Xuanyi Nie, Graduate School of Design at the Harvard University and Haobin Fan from Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, “Building the Inter-City Integrated Care Delivery System (IDS) in China: The Dynamics of Multi-Level Incentives among Institutional Participants”