International scholar focusing on China's real estate market



The Humphrey School is pleased to welcome Mr. Qingyuan Zhang.  Mr. Zhang is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics, Xiamen University, focusing on public finance. He is interested in China’s urbanization and regulation of the real estate market, in particular the real estate pricing mechanism and the effects of regulation policy. 

Mr. Zhang will be a visiting international scholar at the Humphrey School from July 2017 to October 2017; his faculty mentor is Professor Jerry Zhao.

You can contact Qingyuan Zhang by e-mail: zhan6031(at)umn.edu.


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