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Dr ZHANG, Xiaoling
張曉玲
B.B.A (Management,Shandong University), PhD (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Associate Professor
Dr. Xiaoling Zhang is Associate Professor in the Urban Research Group, Department of Public Policy, City University of Hong Kong. Prior academic roles have been at the University of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She has a longstanding and interdisciplinary interest in sustainable urbanism as well as urban redevelopment featured in China and Hong Kong. She has also engaged in environmental studies, particularly in the developers' behavior/ actions in contributing to social responsibility/sustainable development, land use studies, energy policy and renewable & sustainable energy use as well as the mechanisms of changes in built environment. This has led to more than 110 SCI/SSCI publications including "Urban studies", "Land Use Policy", "Cities" etc. Her current book in planning is titled 'Remaking sustainable urbanism: space, scale, governance in the new urban era?', which will come out soon in 2018. She has organized a session on "Social-environmental justice and sustainability" in the 2015 AAG Conference at Chicago and another one on "Urban inequality and unjust sustainability in China" at 2016 AAG in San Francisco. She has worked as the Subject Editor of 'Journal of Cleaner Production' (Theme: Regional Sustainable Development Initiatives and Transformations) during the period of 2015-2017. She has also led a good number of competitive research projects including two RGC grants and two NSFC grants and several invited keynote presentations at international conferences. Dr Zhang was also the winner of the Outstanding Researcher Award for Junior Faculty 2017 and the President Awards 2016.

For more details of Xiaoling’s work, please refer to Google Scholar Citations
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Office: YEUNG-B7309
Phone: +852 3442 2402
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: xiaoling.zhang@cityu.edu.hk
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arrowHousing and Urban studies
arrowEnvironmental studies
arrowGovernance of Multi-owned Housing
arrowMicro-level management in real estate enterprises
arrowCompetitiveness for real estate developers/home builders
arrowMacro-level dynamics in urbanization, housing policy, urban land use planning, gentrification and urban redevelopment and the interactions between them
arrowFacility Management
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arrowContemporary issues on Housing management
arrowHousing Economics and Finance
arrowHousing and Urban Policy
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Yanliu Lin., Xiaoling Zhang*., Stan Geertman. (2015). Toward smart governance and social sustainability for Chinese migrant communities, Journal of Cleaner Production, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.12.074 (*correspondence author)
 
Xiaoling ZHANG., Hu, J., Skitmore, M., & Leung, B. Y. (2013). Inner-City Urban Redevelopment in China Metropolises and the Emergence of Gentrification: Case of Yuexiu, Guangzhou. Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 140(4).

Yuzhe Wu., Xiaoling ZHANG*., Martin Skitmore et al.(2014) Industrial land price and its impact on urban growth: A Chinese case study. Land Use Policy, 36(1), 199-209 (*correspondence author).

Xiaoling ZHANG, Geoffrey Q.P. Shen, Jingjun Feng et al. (2013) Delivering a low carbon community in China: Technology vs. Strategy? Habitat International, 37(1), 130-137.
 
Eddie C M Hui, Haijun Bao ,Xiaoling ZHANG. (2013).“The policy and praxis of compensation for land expropriations in China: An appraisal from the perspective of social exclusion”, Land Use Policy, 32(5), 309-316

Xiaoling ZHANG, Andrew Platten, and Liyin Shen. (2011). “Green property development practice in China: costs and barriers”, Building and Environment, 46(11), 2153-2160.

Xiaoling ZHANG, Liyin Shen and Yuzhe Wu. (2011). “Green strategy for gaining competitive advantage in housing development”, Journal of Cleaner Production, 19(2-3), 157-167.

Yuzhe Wu, Xiaoling ZHANG, and Liyin Shen. (2011). “The impact of urbanization policy on land use change: A scenario analysis”, Cities, 28(2), 147-159.