We focus on land use and housing issues in Chinese cities with the aim to provide policy recommendations that help improve land use practices.
Yongpei Guo is a PhD student of human geography in Peking University. He completed his undergraduate degree in urban planning (CUES) and economics (CCER) at Peking University in 2015. He received the Yenching scholarship in 2015 and finished his Masters in economics and management in 2017.
His research interests are urban and regional planning, land and housing policy. He has joined planning programs in several cities such as Beijing, Guangzhou, Weifang, Changzhi, Datong. He is also a key member of two public welfare projects, the Study on Land Use Optimization Management and Methodology in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region (funded by the Ministry of Land and Resources Public), and research on Supply and Demand Models and Operating Mechanisms of the Housing Leasing Market (funded by National Natural Science Foundation).