|其他題名: ||The transformation of real estate policy and system in Mainland China|
|作者: ||陳重安;Chen, Chung-An|
郭建中;Guo, Jiann-Jong;王國臣;Wang, Guo-Chen
|關鍵詞: ||中國大陸房地產;土地制度;住房制度;宏觀調控;房地產制度轉變;state macro-control;Real estate;real estate system changes|
|上傳時間: ||2015-05-01 13:41:29 (UTC+8)|
This thesis is studying concerning the system of China real estate including Land system, Justice system, House system, and Control system. Collecting all about research report plus conclude and arrange for documents that including the definition of real estate system, development, mode of the execution and trend of development. The statistics and reports for administration are according from China official in addition to this field''s related research or opinion so that we can understand what is the tendency toward china real estate and the trend of development, analyze related issues and policies.
First, from china''s economic reformation starts and execute socialism on the basis of thesis after reformation, they have been studying the changes of China real estate since 1950''s and understanding these changes would impact China. Second, they observed the guarantee housing if could shorten the gap between the rich and the poor.
In sum, China real estate’s promotion is passable meet the standards of market nowadays and keeps appropriate policy adjustments according the different steps of social development. However, on the reformation of commodity housing, they wish the majority families have the ability to buy or rent the ordinary residence houses could be come true step by step. In the same time, due to it ‘s not available to discriminate between housing policy and real estate policy, lack of related supporting measures on the housing guarantee of ordinary residence houses and the real estate market is empty of available administration so that it brings people haven’t enough ability to but the house. Moreover, the price rise-up too fast leads residence problems. Nowadays, the center of gravity of China official is focus on how to resolve the residence problems gradually although the result seems not apparent so far.