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DR Jennifer Day

Positions

  • Chinese cities
  • Effects of resettlement at the urban periphery for Shanghai households
  • Outcomes of rebuilding urban villages
  • The consequences of and alternatives to urban expansion
  • Transport capacity-building
  • Vulnerable populations

Overview

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  • Dr. Day recently completed her doctoral work in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. Her most recent work examined the effects of resettlement at the urban periphery for Shanghai households, with a focus on vulnerable populations. Her work continues in Chinese cities, with research interests that include transport capacity-building, outcomes of rebuilding urban villages, and the consequences of and alternatives to urban expansion. Additionally, her teaching and research interests include planning for resettlement zones and urbanization in the developing world.   

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Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of California - Berkeley 2008
  • MSc, San Jose State University 2003
  • BSc, Indiana University 2000

Supervision

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