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Yan Song

A. PERSONAL INFORMATION

 

Department of City and Regional Planning

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill , NC 27599-3140

E-mail: ys@email.unc.edu

Phone: (919) 962-4761

 

  Research Interests: Spatial analysis of urban form and associated outcomes; sustainable land use planning and urban growth management; plan evaluation; land use and transportation integration; documentation and evaluation of China’s urban development policies; and how to accommodate research in above fields by using planning supporting systems such as Geographic Information System (GIS) and other computer-aided planning tools.

 

B. EDUCATION

 

  • Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning, 2002, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , IL

Specializing in urban economics. Advisor: Gerrit Knaap

 

C. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

 

  • July, 2014 - present: Professor
  • July, 2009 – June, 2014: Associate Professor

Department of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • May, 2010 – Present: Visiting Professor

College of Urban Planning and Design, Peking University

  • May, 2011 – Present: Director

UNC-PKU Consortium for Urban and Regional Planning and Management

  • July, 2009 - Present: Director

Carolina Program on Chinese Cities, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • July, 2003 – June, 2009: Assistant Professor

Department of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • July, 2003 – Present: Faculty Fellow

Center for Urban and Regional Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • July, 2003 – Present: Affiliate Faculty

July, 2002 – July, 2003: Research Associate

National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education, University of Maryland at College Park

  • July, 2005 – Present: Teaching Faculty

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

  • Summers of 2007 - 2013: Visiting Director of the Department of City Planning

Department of City Planning, Shenzhen University , China

  • July, 2006 – Present: Planning Advisory Board Member

Shenzhen , China

  • July, 2005 – Present: Advisory Board Member

Transportation Research Center, Beijing Institute of Planning

  • Jun, 2005 – Dec, 2005: Consultant / Providing Technical Assistance to Beijing ’s Land Use and Transportation Plan

Transportation Research Center, Beijing Institute of Planning

  • June, 2004 – August, 2004: Consultant / Providing Tech Assistance to Beijing ’s Comprehensive Plan

Beijing ’s Municipal Planning Commission

  • January, 1994 - December, 1996: Junior Architect  

HuaSeng Designing & Consulting Co., China

 

D. HONORS

 

  • Service Award , China Eco-forum Organization Committee (2014, 2015).
  • “Best Publications Contest of 2012.” First Prize Award , China Architecture & Building Press (CABP, 2012).
  • “Research for Green Cities Contest: Plan Evaluation.” Third Prize Award, Ministry of Housing and Urban and Rural Development (2012).
  • “Plan & Research Competition: Plan Evaluation.” Second Prize Award, Department of Housing and Urban and Rural Development, Guangdong Province (2012).
  •  “Plan & Research Competition: Plan Evaluation for Sustainable Future.” First Prize Award, City of Shenzhen (2011).
  • UNC-China Technology Award, University of North Carolina (2010).
  • Grier/Woods Initiative in Chinese Studies Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2008).
  • China Initiative Travel Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007).
  • David Lincoln Fellowship, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (2005 & 2006).
  • Course Development Award by the Freeman Foundation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2006).
  • RJ Reynolds Junior Faculty Excellence Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2005).
  • Dissertation Fellows, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (2001 – 2002).
  • Early Doctoral Student Research Grants, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) (2001 – 2002).

 

E. BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Books in English

1.      Song, Y. and C. Ding (Eds.) (2009), Smart Urban Growth for China , Cambridge , MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

2.      Song, Y. and C. Ding (Eds.) (2007), Urbanization in China : Critical Issues in an Era of Rapid Growth, Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

3.      Ding, C. and Y. Song (Eds.) (2005), Emerging Land and Housing Markets in China , Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

 

Book in English to Be Submitted

  1. Song, Y. and B. Wilson. GIS for Urban Planners. Book manuscript ready to be submitted to publisher.

 

Books in Chinese

5.      Song, Y. and K. Peng (2015), GIS for Urban and Regional Planning, (In Chinese), Beijing : China Architecture & Building Press (CABP).

6.      Song, Y. and Y. Chen (2011), A Guidebook to Plan Evaluation, (In Chinese), Beijing : China Architecture & Building Press (CABP).

7.      Ding, C., Y. Song, G.J. Knaap and T. Moore (2009), Urban Planning Under Market System (In Chinese), Beijing : China Architecture & Building Press (CABP).

8.      Ding, C., Y. Song, G.J. Knaap and Y. Huang (2005), Planning for Sustainable Urban Spatial Structure (In Chinese), Beijing : China Architecture & Building Press (CABP).

 

Book Chapters

1.      Song, Y. (2015), Chapter, “Urban internal spatial structure: Research prospects,” in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2E. Oxford : Elsevier Ltd.

2.      Song, Y. (2013), Chapter 1, “Infrastructure and urban development: Evidence from Chinese cities,” in G. Ingram and K. Brant (Eds), Infrastructure and Land Policies, Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

3.      Song, Y. (2012), Chapter 21, “Suburban sprawl and smart growth,” in R. Weber and R. Crane (Eds), Handbook on Urban Planning, Oxford University .

4.      Song, Y. (2012), “Planning institutions: China,” in Susan J. Smith, Marja Elsinga, Lorna Fox O’Mahony, Ong Seow Eng, Susan Wachter, Sasha Tsenkova (Eds) (pp. 196–201), International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol 5. Oxford : Elsevier Ltd.

5.      Song, Y. and M. Stevens (2011), Chapter 22, “The economics of New Urbanism and Smart Growth: Comparing price gains and costs between New Urbanist and conventional developments,” in N. Brooks, K. Donaghy and G. Knaap (Eds) (pp. 503-521), Handbook on Urban Economics and Planning, Oxford University.

6.      Song, Y. (2011), Chapter 10, “Assimilation of villages within cities,” in Y. Man (Ed) (pp. 157-166), China’s Housing Reform and Outcomes. Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

7.      Song, Y., G. Gee, Y. Fan and D. Takeuchi (2011), Chapter 15, Can neighborhood green alleviate traffic stress?” in Hennessy, D. A. (Eds.) (pp. 251-263), Traffic Psychology: An International Perspective.  New York : Nova Science Publishers.

8.      Stevens, M.R., Berke, P.R., and Y. Song (2011), Chapter 10, “Disaster-resilient subdivision design: Evaluating the potential and performance of New Urbanism for reducing flood risks.” (pp. 249-261), Floodplains: Physical Geography, Ecology and Societal Interactions.

9.      Song, Y. (2011), Chapter 10, “Preservation Backfired? Open Space Acquisition and Its Impacts on Land Markets,” in T. Chapin and C. Coutts (Eds) (pp. 101-115), Smart Growth through Public Land Acquisition: Realities and Prospects, Ashgate Press.

10.  Ding, C. and Y. Song (2009), Chapter 4, “Property tax for sustainable and smart urban financing,” in Y. Song and C. Ding (Eds.) (pp. 57-76), Smart Urban Growth for China. Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

11.  Zhang, Y., Y. Song and C. Ding (2009), Chapter 9, “Plan integration for coordinated urban growth in China,” in Y. Song and C. Ding (Eds.) (pp. 175-192). Smart Urban Growth for China . Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

12.  Song, Y. and X. Pan (2009), Chapter 10, “Toward better plans to guide smart development in Chinese cities,” in Y. Song and C. Ding (Eds.) (pp. 193-214). Smart Urban Growth for China . Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

13.  Morton, B.J., D.A. Rodriguez, Y. Song and E.J. Cho (2008), “Using TRANUS to construct a land use-transportation-emissions model of Charlotte, North Carolina,” In S. Pulugurtha, R. O’Loughlin, and S. Hallmark (Eds.), Transportation Land-use Planning, and Air Quality: Proceedings of the 2007 Transportation Land-Use Planning, and Air Quality Conference: July 9-11, 2007, Orlando, Florida, (pp. 206-218). Reston , VA : American Society of Civil Engineers.

14.  Song, Y., Y. Zenou and C. Ding (2007), Chapter 7, “The role of China’s urbanizing villages in housing rural migrants,” in Y. Song and C. Ding (Eds.), Urbanization in China: Critical Issues in an Era of Rapid Growth, (pp. 145-168). Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

15.  Quercia, R. and Y. Song, (2007), Chapter 9, “Housing rural migrants in urban China : Lessons from the United States ,” in Y. Song and C. Ding (Eds.), Urbanization in China: Critical Issues in an Era of Rapid Growth, (pp. 191-208). Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

16.  Knaap, G.J. and Y. Song (2007), Chapter 9, “Compact urban form or business as usual? An examination of urban form in Orange County , Florida ,” in C. Connerly, T. Chapin, and H. Higgins (Eds.), Growth Management in Florida : Planning for Paradise . (pp. 141-154). Burlington , VT : Ashgate Publishing Limited.

17.  Song, Y. (2007), Chapter 10, “The spillover effects of growth management: Constraints on new housing construction,” in C. Connerly, T. Chapin, and H. Higgins (Eds.), Growth Management in Florida : Planning for Paradise . (pp. 155-167). Burlington , VT : Ashgate Publishing Limited.

18.  Song, Y. and G.J. Knaap (2006), Chapter 12, “Valuing amenities of new urbanist communities,” in J. Carruthers (Eds.), Environmental Valuations: Intraregional and Interregional Perspectives.  (pp. 253-282). Burlington , VT : Ashgate Publishing Limited.

19.  Knaap, G.J. and Y. Song (2005), Chapter 5, “The transportation - land use policy connections,” in D. Levinson and K. Krizek (Eds.), Access to destinations. (pp. 91-108). Oxford , UK : Elsevier.

20.  Song, Y., G.J. Knaap and C. Ding (2005), Chapter 7, “Housing policy in the People’s Republic of China : A historical review,” in C. Ding, and Y. Song (Eds.), Emerging Land and Housing Markets in China , (pp. 163-182). Cambridge , MA : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

 

 

 

 
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