Areas of academic interest
Urban regeneration; Network of relationships between actors in the urban development processes
I completed my bachelor degree in Urban Regeneration and Planning in University of Liverpool and master degree in Urban Regeneration in University College London. This educational background brings me strong concern on the problematic and complicated dynamics between multiple interests in the urban development, especially redevelopment, processes.
My doctoral research looks at the networks of relationships between key actors – and how that interact with the existing institutions – in a snapshot of the overall picture of the continuous urban transition in the UK and China.
- BA(hons) Urban Regeneration and Planning in University of Liverpool, 2013
- MSc Urban Regeneration in University College London, 2014
Henley Business School Studentship 2014
Best Paper Award from the 11th AESOP YA Conference in 2017, (10-13 April 2017) in Munich: “Deconstructing Chinese entrepreneurialism in urban regeneration programmes: A case study in Shanghai and Hangzhou”
Working paper 1: Deconstructing Chinese entrepreneurialism in urban regeneration programmes: A case study in Shanghai and Hangzhou
Working Paper 2: Community Participation in Property-led Regeneration: A cross-national comparison