The 5th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference

Beijing, June 17-19, 2011 18-Jun AM  SESSION
Time
Venue:Lecture Hall,  Level 4, QIUSHI BUILDING Chair:SHI Nan Roundtable
8:30-10:30
Roundtable Discussion on Coordinated Urban and Rural Development and Planning Disscants: Eugenie Birch, ZHANG Tingwei, WANG Yimin, NI Hong, YANG Bao Jun, SHAN Jingyan from Anji County, and HE Xun from Chengdu 10:30-10:45
Concluding Remarks 10:45-11:00
Tea Break Special Session organized by US HUD Chair:Alven H. Lam 11:00-12:30
Roundtable Discussion on International Housing Lan Deng, Joyce Man, Ye Jianping SESSION
Time
Venue:ROOM 216,  QIUSHI BUILDING Rural-Urban Migration Chair:DUAN Cheng Rong Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
Power and Discipline Inhabiting Rural Migrant Workers in the Chinese Manufacturing Town
Gong Yue Ray
University of Washington 8:50-9:10
Are Migrants Better or Worse than Locals in China’s Urban Labour Market?
Chen Zhiming
University of Wollongong 9:10-9:30
On Rural Labors’ Migration Pattern Variation in the Context of Processing Trade Industry’s Transfer: a Case Study of Chongqing
Yang Jie
Chongqing university 9:30-9:50
Population Mobility in China: Redefining Urban Privileges
Kochhar Geeta
Jawaharlal Nehru University 9:50-10:10
Migration and population dynamics in China
Duan Cheng Rong
Renmin University of China 10:10-10:30
Tea Break SESSION
Time
Chair:WU Xiao Housing for Migrants   Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:30-10:50
Study on Informal Housing Market in the Big Cities of China during Rapid Urbanization—Mechanism, Status and Policy Options
Zhen Hui
Renmin University of China 10:50-11:10
What Matters in Rural Migrants’ Residential Location Choice? Empirical Study in Beijing, China
Gu Yizhen
University of California, Berkeley 11:10-11:30
How the migrant workers choose their residence places? ——Evidence from an empirical study in China
Niu Nan
Renmin University of China 11:30-11:50
Urbanization, Lagging Service Sector, and Widening Urban-Rural Divide
Wen Guanzhong
Trinity College 11:50-12:10
A micro-scale study on the housing condition of floating people in Nanjing
Wu Xiao
Southeast University 12:30-14:30
Lunch       Venue:Level 3, Zhong-Qu Cateen PM Time
Keynote Speeches        Venue:Yifu Conference Hall Plenary Session Chair:DONG Keyong 14:15-14:30
Openning Address
Affiliation YUAN Wei
Vice President, Renmin University of China PENG Zhong-Ren
Chair, IACP Chair:Eugenie Birch, LAN Zhiyong Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 14:30-15:00
TBD
Yang Weimin
Sectorary, National Developmant and Reform Commission 15:00-15:30
Revolutionary changes in urban and rural planning: a comparison between Europe and China
Gert de Roo
Professor, University of Groningen 15:30-16: 00
从“以城统乡”转向解决“三农问题”为主: 环北京首都圈城乡统筹规划思路 Gu Chaolin
Professor, Tsinghua University 16:00-16: 30
Urban, Rural and Regional Land Planning in China and the United States
 Catherine Ross 
Harry West Professor of City and Regional Planning, GIT 16:30-17: 00
中国统筹城乡发展规划
Ye Yumin
Head of Urban Planning and Management, RUC 17:00-17: 30
Concluding Remarks 18:00
Gala Dinner 19-Jun AM
SESSION
Time
Venue:Lecture Hall,  Level 4, QIUSHI BUILDING Special Session organized by PKU-Lincoln Chair:Joyce Man Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
Sequential investment and functional location of multinational corporations in China 
He Cafei
Beijing University 8:50-9:10
Impacts of Neighborhood-Scale Urban Form on CO2 Emission through Travel Behavior in Beijing: A Micro-Level Analysis Using Structural Equation Model 
Liu Zhiling
Tsinghua University 9:10-9:30
Rethinking the Urban Renewal in China:with case study in Beijing 
Jing Juan
Beijing University 9:30-9:50
Can the Urban Poor in China Escape Spatial Mismatch? Employment Distribution and Job Access in Beijing 
Fan Yingling 
University of Minnesota  9:50-10:10
Evaluation of Sustainability on Chinese Urban Fringe Development
Yang Fei
University of Florida 10:10-10:30
Tea Break Low-Carbon City   Chair:Norman Barbara  Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:30-10:50
Adaptation Planning to Climate Change: Florida’s Experience
Peng Zhong-Ren
University of Florida 10:50-11:10
A Study on Urban Form and Household Carbon Emission in Beijing
Qin Bo
Renmin University of China 11:10-11:30
From Western Countries to China – Exploring the Travel of the Eco-city Idea across Space and Time
Yang Yizhao
University of Oregon 11:30-11:50
Study of Global Climate Change on the Impact of Chinese Urban System
Zhang Guobiao
Renmin University of China 11:50-12:10
National urban and regional policy in Australia in the context of climate change and sustainability
Norman Barbara
University of Canberra SESSION
Time
Venue:ROOM 319,  QIUSHI BUILDING Mega-cities and Regional Planning Chair:Orfield Myron Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
Mega-city and Regional Planning in the Pearl River Delta: The Economic, Political and Social Perspective
Ye Lin
Sun Yat-sen University 8:50-9:10
Feeding Mega-Cities: Peri-urban Animal Agriculture
Brinkley Catherine
University of Pennsylvania 9:10-9:30
Characteristics and Driving Forces of Peri-urban Area: The Case of Shanghai Municipality
Ge Biqing
Tongji University 9:30-9:50
Rethink! Addressing the global consequences of urbanization in Cities
Nouhuys Robbert van
ACLA 9:50-10:10
Applying policy lessons from regional development patterns in the U.S. to China
Orfield Myron
University of Minnesota 10:10-10:30
Tea Break Chair:Silver Christopher Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:30-10:50
Study on rural spatial restructure in the background of development Liaoning coastal economic zone
Gu Qiaopo
Shenyang jianzhu univerisity 10:50-11:10
The True Meaning of the ‘Singapore Model’: State Capitalism and Urban Planning
Shatkin Gavin
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor 11:10-11:30
Leisure and rural tourism around city in China : the exemple of Shanghai metropolitain planning
VERON Emmanuel
UMR 8586 PRODIG-CNRS 11:30-11:50
the Research on the Mechanisms of agglomeration ,disintegration and industrialization on Urban Spatial structure
Pang Jing
ShanDong University of Finance 11:50-12:10
Water Management in the Megacity: Rural and Urban Linkages in Jakarta, Indonesia
Silver Christopher
University of Florida SESSION
Time
Venue:ROOM 216, QIUSHI BUILDING International Case Studies Chair:Bossard Earl Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
Introduction to Food System Planning and its potential Application in China
Ma Xinhao
University of Michigan 8:50-9:10
Resort-Based Rural Development: Lessons from Europe, Asia & North America and Applications to Yunnan Province
Muller Larissa
University of Calgary 9:10-9:30
Case study of rural area development in Schleswig – Holstein ,Germany
Xu Liang
Tongji University 9:30-9:50
Coordinated Urban and Rural Planning in the Southern Cone of Latin America
Westendorff David
University of Memphis 9:50-10:10
Rural development of through agriculture constancy, case study in Isfahan province of Iran
Ghanbari Yousef
univercity of Isfahan 10:10-10:30
Land Use and Transportation Planning Sustainable Development Approaches in Singapore New Towns – Possible Lessons for China
Bossard Earl
San Jose State University 10:30-10:50
Tea Break Chair:LI Haifeng Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:50-11:10
Los Angeles Transport Development: Lessons and Implications
Zhou Jiangping
Institute of Transportation and Development Policy 11:10-11:30
Impact of Development New City without Any Related Policy to The Main City Case Study: Kota Baru Parahyangan, Bandung, Indonesia
Yudono Karina
Department urban and city planning ITB 11:30-11:50
A Study on New Town Development Strategy Based on the Balanced National Land Development Policy of South Korea
Park Juhee
Tsinghua University 11:50-12:10
Exurban Residential Development in the American Mountain West: An Multi-agent Simulation
Yin Li
state university of new york at buffalo 12:10-12:30
City planning for the bussiess district in Japan
Li Haifeng
Yamaguchi Universty SESSION
Time
Venue:Lecture Building 2, 2104 Urban Governance and Management Chair:YANG Hongshan Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
Comparing self-organizing and planned urban growth–Empirical evidence from Shenzhen, China
Li Shujuan
Utah State University 8:50-9:10
Strategies of Planning and Management for National High-Tech Industrial Zones in China
Liang Sisi
University of Pennsylvania 9:10-9:30
Explore the Public Participation in China’s Development Control: as a force or as a slogan?
Zhang Lei
Renmin University of China 9:30-9:50
Eco-logic of the metropolis and the sustainable planning of the peripheries
MONIN Etienne
Paris 1 University 9:50-10:10
Social Security and city governance reform in China
Yang Hongshan
Renmin University of China 10:10-10:30
Tea Break Chair:XIU Chunliang Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:30-10:50
The Emerging Chinese Urban and Regional Planning System and Process
Shen Guoqiang
University of Oklahoma 10:50-11:10
Intergovernmental Management of Recovery Following Catastrophic Disasters: The Case of the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake
Olshansky Robert
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 11:10-11:30
What about the Urban Revolution? Rapid Transformations in Chinese Planning and its Links with a Slowly Emerging European Planning Theory
Zhang Shu Hai1, Gert de Roo& LV Bin
Beijing University 11:30-11:50
Urban transformation and spontaneous uses of spaces
Govoni Anna Laura
Iuav University of Venice 11:50-12:10
Zhong Ti Xi Yong – A framework design for metropolitan governance mode in China
Xiu Chunliang
Northeast Normal University SESSION
Time
Venue:Lecture Building 2, 2105 Built Environment and Travel Behavior Chair:SONG Shunfeng Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
The built-environment-travel connection: Examining the joint impacts of neighborhood and metropolitan level built-environment
Yang Jiawen
Georgia Institute of Technology 8:50-9:10
Exploring the Influence of Urban Form on Travel Behavior and Energy Consumption using Structural Equation Modeling
Liu Chao
University of Maryland 9:10-9:30
Spatial Restructuring, Rapid Motorization, and Evolving Commute in Urban China: A Case Study of Guangzhou
Hou Quan
Hong Kong Baptist University 9:30-9:50
Policy Analysis of Integrating Transportation and Land Use Models
Zhao Liyuan
university of florida 9:50-10:10
Congestion Pricing in China: A Feasibility Analysis
Song Shunfeng
University of Nevada, Reno 10:10-10:30
Tea Break Urban Sustaniabel Development Chair:Eugenie Birch Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:30-10:50
Combining Water & Energy in Urban Sustainability Assessment
Huang Jianxiang
Sasaki Associates 10:50-11:10
Influence of local specificities on urban sustainability – A comparative analysis between Shanghai and Paris
Wang Yu
Paris’ research institute of architecture, urban planning and society 11:10-11:30
Growth, Urbanization, and Vulnerability to Natural Hazards: A Case Study of United States
Xiao Yu
Texas A&M University 11:30-11:50
Balancing Environmental Value and Urban Development: Lessons from California
Tang Zhenghong
University of Nebraska – Lincoln 11:50-12:10
Developing Sustainability Indicators for the United States: A Methodology
Eugenie Birch
University of Pennsylvania SESSION
Time
Venue:Lecture Building 2, 2106 Rural Development and Planning Chair:Catherine Ross Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
Building resilient cities – unleashing the power of planning in mitigating flood hazards in China
Zhang Yang
Virginia Tech 8:50-9:10
Does Urban Proximity Enhance Technical Efficiency in China’s Agriculture?
Duvivier Chloe
Auvergne university 9:10-9:30
National Land Policy Making Process in China: A Descriptive Framework
Lai Shih-Kung
National Taipei University 9:30-9:50
Planning recommendations based on participatory development approach in new town case study: Baharestan new town, Iran
Fathejalali Arman
Tarbiat Modares University(TMU) 9:50-10:10
A study on coordinated urban-rural land use for urban-rural integration in the eastern county of Northwest China: Case study in Hancheng City
Huang Minghua
Xi’an Architectural Industry University 10:10-10:30
Tea Break Law and Policy Reform Chair:Wittkuhn Peter Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:30-10:50
Zoning Variance Regulations and Procedures in U.S. and the reflection on Policy Making in China – A comparative study between Washington. D.C and Beijing
Zhao Jun
University of Florida 10:50-11:10
Enlightenments of the Property Tax Reform in Indonesia to China
Li Xiaopeng
Renmin University of China 11:10-11:30
Recent Development of the Housing Policy in the United State- the Case of Loan Modifications
Ding Jie
Wayne State University 11:30-11:50
Constructing Utopias: China’s Emerging New Town Movement
Lin Zhongjie
University of North Carolina at Charlotte 11:50-12:10
A scorecard for rural planning law frameworks: the Australian experience
Wittkuhn Peter
McLeods Lawyers Time
Venue:Lecture Building 2, 2107 SESSION Chair:Zhao Min Urban Development and Urbanization  Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 8:30-8:50
Some Features and Trends of Urbanization in Central China: Thoughts Based on Empirical Studies of Towns and Villages in the Northern Anhui Province
Cheng Yao
Tongji University 8:50-9:10
China’s Future Lies in Managing Its Urbanization “Right”
Gong Yue Ray
University of Washington 9:10-9:30
The basal research of new urbanization development model in northern plains counties——Case Study of Guangrao,Shandong
Duan Chengjiang
Huazhong University of Science & Technology 9:30-9:50
Scaling-up industralization policies in Subsaharan Africa and lessons from East Asia
Igbatayo Samuel
Igbinedion University, Okada 9:50-10:10
A rustic opinion on the features and trends of the different urbanization in the context of the new urbanization
Chen Zhan
Huazhong University of Science and Technology 10:10-10:30
The status quo and future development of small towns in rural area of the Middle China
Zhao Min
Tongji University 10:30-10:50
Tea Break Urban Form Chair:Huang Yaping Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 10:50-11:10
A Comparative Review of Employment Center Identification Methods
Hu Lingqian
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 11:10-11:30
Chinese Urbanization Space Expand and typical Patterns 
LIU Xin-kui
Capital University of Economics and Business 11:30-11:50
Urban Sprawl Study Using Information Theory with DMSP-OLS Nighttime Light Dataset
Yu Genong
George Mason University 11:50-12:10
Research on the Beijing Paradigm of Edge City
Zheng Guo
Renmin University of China 12:10-12:30
The new structure & form of the cluster space for comtemporary megapolis
Huang Yaping
Huazhong University of Science & Technology PM
SESSION
Time
Venue:Lecture Hall,  Level 4, QIUSHI BUILDING Innovation of Planning technology Chair:Xu Jian-gang Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 14:00-14:20
A Fast-Run Procedure to Compute Dynamic Responses of Horizontally-Curved Bridges in Urban and a Class
Hao Su
ACII, INC. 14:20-14:40
LandSim-FSUTMS: Integrated Model Framework for Simulation of Land Use Change and Transportation System Changes
Zhao Liyuan
University of Florida 14:40-15:00
Assessing the Effectiveness of Green Infrastructure Conservation Development Policies
Wang Xinhao
University of Cincinnati 15:00-15:20
Satellite Remote Sensing: An effective monitor of urban and rural environmental development
Jia Xiuping
University of New South Wales 15:20-15:40
A Study of Simulation Method of Industrial Enterprises Space Growth Based on the Constraints of Water Quality and Quantity
Xu Jian-gang
Nanjing University 15:40-16:00
Tea Break Planning Theory and Education Chair:Zhang Tingwei Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 16:00-16:20
Sino-US Comparative Urban Studies and Implications for Planning and Public Policy
Wang Fahui
Louisiana State University 16:20-16:40
Using Ecosystem Service Valuation to Guide Urbanization in China
Chisholm Derek
Parametrix Inc. 16:40-17:00
Public space like new breath [qi 气] in the city
Stéphanie BOUFFLET
CEDETE and IPRAUS 17:00-17:20
Socio-technical regime for sustainable development in Asian cities
Wang Jun
National University of Singapore 17:20-17:40
Comparative planning cultures: An analytical framework
Zhang Tingwei
University of IL at Chicago SESSION
Time
Venue:ROOM 320,  QIUSHI BUILDING Transportation Planning Chair:Chen Xueming Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 14:00-14:20
Modeling the Effects of the Regional Development Plans on Mobility
Pan Qisheng
Texas Southern University 14:20-14:40
Transportation Safety Planning – State of the Art
Huang Helai
Central South University 14:40-15:00
Modeling changing transit accessibility in Wuhan
Huang Zhengdong
Wuhan University 15:00-15:20
A U.S. View of International Freight Transportation Flows Using Data Mining, Optimization, and GIS
Shen Guoqiang
University of Oklahoma 15:20-15:40
Comprehensive evaluation on development capability of Chinese regional highway network
Yang Liya
Renmin University of China 15:40-16:00
High-Speed Rail and European Spatial Development Perspective: Lessons for China
Chen Xueming
Virginia Commonwealth University 16:00-16:20
Tea Break Historical City Protection and Renewal Chair:Liu Bomin Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 16:20-16:40
The Decaying and Reuse of Immediately Dead Urban Space
Zhang Bo
University of Florida 16:40-17:00
Community Development & Historical Tourism Project
Xu Nannan
Renmin University of China 17:00-17:20
The strategy of landscape first in urban renewal
Zhang Fan
Southeast University 17:20-17:40
The New Significance of Village Landscape Heritage for Integrated Urban-Rural Development in China
Abramson Daniel
University of Washington 17:40-18:00
Culture-oriented Conservation Planning for Energetic Sustainability of Yaowan Historical Town
Liu Bomin
Southeast University SESSION
Time
Venue:ROOM 216,  QIUSHI BUILDING Affordable Housing Chair:Lv Ping Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 14:00-14:20
Analysis and Prevention of Public Rental Housing Risk in Chongqing
Wang Lin
Chongqing University 14:20-14:40
Has Housing Supply Gone Away in China? An Examination of China’s Housing Production Function
Deng Lan
University of Michigan 14:40-15:00
Analysis and Prevention of Public Rental Housing Risk in Chongqing
Zheng Xiaoman
Chongqing University 15:00-15:20
The Incentive Compatibility Design and Decentralized Decision in Rural House-base Replacement: Comparison between Experiences of Chengdu and Zhucheng
Wang Lei
Wuhan University 15:20-15:40
Study on Urban Land Use System Assort with the Construction of Affordable Housing in China
Lv Ping
Renmin University of China 15:40-16:00
Tea Break Housing Studies Chair:Alterman Rachelle Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 16:00-16:20
Assessing the Risk of Overinvestment in the Urban Built Environment in China
Ma Xiulian
Chinese Academy of Governance 16:20-16:40
A Feasibility Assessment for Net-Zero Energy Efficiency Technologies in Residential Housing Development In North China
Tang Zhenghong
University of Nebraska – Lincoln 16:40-17:00
A Study on Beijing Second Hand Apartment Market Based on the Hedonic Price Model
Li Xiaopeng
Renmin University of China 17:00-17:20
Why Houses with limited property rights exit? Perspective of Dynamic Urban Economic Model
Hong Shi Jian
Xiamen University 17:20-17:40
Can the “unearned increment” in land values be harnessed to pay for public amenities in urbanizing China?
Alterman Rachelle
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology SESSION
Time
Venue:Lecture Building 2, 2104 Transportation Chair:Shen Qing Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 14:00-14:20
The Relationship between Socioeconomic Status, Attitudes Toward Food, Built Environment, and Travel Frequency to Grocery Store
Jiao Junfeng
University of Washington 14:20-14:40
The Post Evaluation of Urban Rail Transit Passenger Flow
Xiao Jingwen
Southwest Jiaotong University 14:40-15:00
Continuous Improvement in Regional Travel Demand Model, The New York Experience
Chiao Kuo-Ann
Citilabs 15:00-15:20
New Technology of Road Network Planning about Density and Mode
Shi Fei
Nanjing University 15:20-15:40
Effects of the built environment on motorized travel: A comparative analysis of Seattle and Phoenix
Shen Qing
University of Washington 15:40-16:00
Tea Break Green Urbanism and Landscape Design Chair:Yu Kongjian Presentation Title
Name
Affiliation 16:00-16:20
The Context of Chinese Urban/Rural Design
Huang Weiwen
Urban Planning & Land Resourse Commission of Shenzhen Municipal 16:20-16:40
Ancient Chinese Urban Form Viewed through the Lens of Kevin Lynch’s Cosmic City – An Exploration of Quintessentially Chinese City Patterns
Jennifer J. Johnson, Miller Shannon
University of Utah 16:40-17:00
Activating Eco-City in China
Hsu Po-Han
Fudan University 17:00-17:20