Professor, Department of Public Economics and Social Policy
School of International and Public Affair (SIPA) & China Institute for Urban Governance (CIUG) Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Jie Chen, Professor, Department of Public Economics and Social Policy at the School of International and Public Affair (SIPA) & China Institute for Urban Governance (CIUG), Shanghai Jiao Tong University. BA(Fudan), Master(Oslo), PhD(Uppsala). He used to work as faculty at the Uppsala University, Fudan University, and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SHUFE). His research area is urban and housing-related studies. His publications have appeared on Urban Studies, Housing Studies, Real Estate Economics, Journal of Housing Economics, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Small Business Economics, China Economic Review, Journal of Economic Survey, Journal of Urban Affairs, Social Science Quarterly, Economic System, Annals of Regional Science, Habitat International, Journal of Contemporary China and other international peer-reviewed journals. He is on Trustee Board of Urban Studies Foundation, and on the editorial Board of Housing Studies (SSCI). He is also a board member of Asian Real Estate Society (AsRES), steering member of Asia-Pacific Network of Housing Research (APNHR) and Global Chinese Real Estate Congress (GCREC). He acts as Vice President of Shanghai Real Estate Economics Society (SREES). Professor Chen has received several national-level research grants including the China-UK (NSFC-ESRC) joint funding. He serves as an active policy advisor for China’s central and local governments. He has also worked as senior consultant for many international organizations including World Bank and Asia Development Bank.

Speaking at the Following:

Jun 11

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Future of Yangtze River Delta Economic Region

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Grand Ballroom II, Level 5, Jing An Shangri-La

Leading regional developers and academics analyse investment opportunities in key regional cities and discuss the most important drivers of past and future growth.