The PLC offers two fellowship programs to support empirical and policy research by both Chinese scholars and international scholars. The fellowship program for Chinese scholars supports not only the works of scholars, but also graduate and undergraduate dissertations. These fellowship programs encourage scholars and practitioners to explore key issues relating to urban development and land policy in China. The PLC also publishes and disseminates the research products of the fellowship programs in various media forms.


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The PKU-Lincoln Institute Center (PLC) awards research fellowships that focus on urban land use policy, urban finance and real estate tax, housing market and policy, urban spatial structure and planning to faculty and researchers based in China. PLC will continue its 11th research fund project in 2017, awarding each receipent 80,000 yuan. This year's selection is particularly concerned with Chi...



Each year the PKU- Lincoln Institute Center conducts a scholarship program for a master's and doctoral students across China. Applicants should be in the second year or above master or doctoral students. The application of the title for the dissertation must be officially confirmed by the university at the time of application to this scholarship. The scholarship supports research under the foll...



This fellowship aims to encourage urban development and land policy research among undergraduates at Peking University. Every year, five to ten undergraduate fellows (third-year and above) are sponsored to research urban development, environmental policy, and land management and policy issues


Through the Lincoln Institute program on the People's Republic of China

The Lincoln Institute China Program annually sponsors a small number of fellows researching land markets, urban planning, local public finance, land taxation, and urban development in China.The request for proposals is currently open from September- October 31, 2019.