ChengHe Guan

 

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Guan, C (2018) Spatial distribution of high-rise buildings and its relationship to public transit development in Shanghai. Transport Policy. In press. (SSCI)

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2018.09.004

 

 

Guan, C.* and Peiser, R. (2018) Accessibility, urban form, and property value: A study of Pudong, Shanghai. Journal of Transport and Land Use. In Press. (SSCI)

 

 

Guan, C.*, & Rowe, P. G. (2018). In pursuit of a well-balanced network of cities and towns: A case study of the Changjiang Delta Region in China. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 45(3), 548-566. http://doi.org/10.1177/2399808317696073

 

 

Guan, C.* and Mehrotra R. (2018). Can urban design intervention at scale contribute to affordable housing in dense cities? Three paradigms of spatial strategy in Mumbai, India. Urban Design, 2018(2): 32-43. Tsinghua University Press: http://urbandesign.tsinghuajournals.com

 

 

Guan, C. (2018). Urban form and digitalization of urban design. Urban Planning International. 33 (1), 22-27. In Chinese. DOI:10.22217/upi.2017.540.

 

 

Guan, C (2018). Spatial metrics of urban form: measuring compact cities in China. In Lin, Z. and Gamez, J. Eds. Vertical Urbanism: Designing Compact Cities in China. New York, NY: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-351-20683-9.

 

 

Guan, C.* and Rowe, P.G. (2018). In pursuit of a well-balanced network of cities and towns: A case study of the Changjiang Delta Region. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 48 (3), 1-19. (SSCI)

 

 

Guan, C. and Rowe, P.G. (2017). Should big cities grow? Scenario-based cellular automata urban growth modeling and policy applications. Journal of Urban Management, 5(2), 65-78.

 

 

Rowe, P.G. and Guan, C. (2016). Striking balances between China’s urban communities, blocks and their layouts. Time and Architecture, 6, 29-33.

 

 

Guan, C. and Rowe, P.G. (2016). The concept of urban intensity and China’s townization policy: Cases from Zhejiang Province. Cities, 55, 22-41. (SSCI)

 

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