Research on the Distribution and Selection Mechanism of China's Shared Property Housing: A Case Study of Beijing
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In 2014, the Chinese government identified Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Huaian, Chengdu and Huangshi as pilot cities for exploring and developing the reform of the housing system with common property rights. In practice, there are some problems, such as the distribution and selection of common property housing, which are not flexible enough and lack of effective ordering rules. This paper takes Beijing's common property housing as an example, based on public governance theory and social security theory. Under the principle of people-oriented, fairness and efficiency, and limited protection, this paper analyzes and studies the allocation and selection methods of shared housing in Beijing, and proposes targeted optimization measures, in order to maximize the role of shared property housing to improve the efficiency and feasibility of housing security.
Beijing, Shared Property Housing, Distribution Mode, Selection Process