Eviction of migrant workers in Beijing: a list of possibly useful academic resources

In response to the recent development:

Chuang, J., 2015. Urbanization through dispossession: survival and stratification in China’s new townships. Journal of Peasant Studies, 42(2), pp.275-294.

Du, H., Li, S.M. and Hao, P., 2017. ‘Anyway, you are an outsider’: Temporary migrants in urban China. Urban Studies, p.0042098017691464.

Friedman, E., 2017. Just-in-Time Urbanization? Managing Migration, Citizenship, and Schooling in the Chinese City. Critical Sociology, p.0896920517695867.

Huang, Y. and Yi, C., 2015. Invisible migrant enclaves in Chinese cities: Underground living in Beijing, China. Urban Studies, 52(15), pp.2948-2973.

Huang, Youqin and Ran Tao, 2015.  Housing Migrants in Chinese Cities: Current Status and Policy Design, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy.  No. 33: 640-660.

Kochan, D., 2016. Home is where I lay down my hat? The complexities and functions of home for internal migrants in contemporary China. Geoforum, 71, pp.21-32.

Liu, R., 2015. Spatial Mobility of Migrant Workers in Beijing, China. Springer.

Liu, R. and Wong, T.C., 2018. Urban village redevelopment in Beijing: The state-dominated formalization of informal housing. Cities, 72, pp.160-172.

Sheng, M., Gu, C. and Wu, W., 2017. To move or to stay in a migrant enclave in Beijing: The role of neighborhood social bonds. Journal of Urban Affairs, pp.1-16.

Webster, C., Wu, F., Zhang, F. and Sarkar, C., 2016. Informality, property rights, and poverty in China’s “favelas”. World Development, 78, pp.461-476.

Wu, F., 2016. Housing in Chinese Urban Villages: The Dwellers, Conditions and Tenancy Informality. Housing Studies, 31(7), pp.852-870.

Wu, F., 2016. State dominance in urban redevelopment: Beyond gentrification in urban China. Urban Affairs Review, 52(5), pp.631-658.

Wu, F. and Logan, J., 2016. Do rural migrants ‘float’in urban China? Neighbouring and neighbourhood sentiment in Beijing. Urban Studies, 53(14), pp.2973-2990.