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 Call for Papers

The Second International Workshop on Regional, Urban, and Spatial Economics in China
June 28-29, 2013, Beijing, China
The Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy (PLC) and the School of Urban Planning and Design at Peking University, with Growth and Change, Journal of Regional Science, Papers in Regional Science, Journal of American Planning Association are pleased to announce that we are organizing a two-day workshop on Regional, Urban and Spatial Economics in China on June 28-29, 2013 at Peking University. The first International Workshop was successfully held in Jinnan University, Guangzhou in June 2012 and attracted more than 100 paper submissions. Two special issues have been organized for Journal of Regional Science and Papers in Regional Science, respectively. The objective of this workshop is to further increase the visibility of regional science, urban economics, and spatial economics in China and to develop a stronger research network for top-level China focused scholars. We particularly welcome submissions in the following themes:
Labor Migration
Land Development
Local Finance
Regional Growth and Development
Urban Housing
Urban Infrastructure
Industrial Agglomeration and New Economic Geography
Regional Transportation Networks
Environmental and Sustainable Development
Papers enriching understanding of urban, regional and spatial economics in China
For those who are interested in presenting a paper in the workshop, please send a note of interest as soon as possible to receive further details.  Submit a draft of a paper or an abstract in English by February 1, 2013 to: rusechina2013@plc.pku.edu.cn
Notification of acceptance will be sent out by March 1, 2013 and a complete paper is expected by June 1, 2013.
The workshop will bring together about 50 participants from China and abroad.  Each presentation will be about 30 minutes in length with time for questions and discussions to provide constructive feedback for presenters. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit their papers for consideration in a special issue of Growth and Change, as well as to Papers in Regional Science, Journal of Regional Science, Annals of Regional Science, and Journal of American Planning Associations, or for posting as working papers on the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy's website.
If you need further information about the workshop, please contact Dr. Canfei He: canfei.he@gmail.com.