Friday, 25 of May of 2018


Referered Journal Articles

“The Third Mission Stalled? Universities in China’s Technological Progress.” Weiping Wu and Yu Zhou. The Journal of Technology Transfer 37, 6 (December 2012): 812-827.

“Urban Infrastructure Financing and Economic Performance in China.” Urban Geography 31, 5 (July 2010): 648-667.

“Managing and Incentivizing Research Commercialization in Chinese Universities.” The Journal of Technology Transfer 35, 2 (April 2010): 203-224.

“Drifting and Getting Stuck: Migrants in Chinese Cities.” City: Analysis of Urban Trends, Culture, Theory, Policy, Action 14, 1 (February 2010): 10-20.

“Globalizing in Fragmented Space: Spatial Expansion and the Development Process in Shanghai.” Progress in Planning 73, 1 (January 2010): 23-28.

“Migrant Settlement and Spatial Distribution in Metropolitan Shanghai.” The Professional Geographer 60, 1 (February 2008): 101-120.

“State Policies, Enterprise Dynamism, and Innovation System in Shanghai, China.” Growth and Change 38, 4 (December 2007): 544-566.

“Cultivating Research Universities and Industrial Linkages: The Case of Shanghai, China.” World Development 35, 6 (June 2007): 1075-1093.

“Migrant Intraurban Residential Mobility in Urban China.” Housing Studies 21, 5 (September 2006): 747-767.

“Sources of Migrant Housing Disadvantage in Urban China.” Environment and Planning A 36, 7 (July 2004): 1285-1304.

“Cultural Strategies and Place Making in Shanghai: Regenerating a Cosmopolitan Culture in an Era of Globalization.” Progress in Planning 61, 3 (2004): 159-180.

“Migrant Housing in Urban China: Choices and Constraints.” Urban Affairs Review 38, 1 (September 2002): 90-119.

“Pathways to a World City: Shanghai Rising in an Era of Globalization.” Shahid Yusuf and Weiping Wu. Urban Studies 39, 7 (June 2002): 1213-1240.

“Settling in the Metropolis: Housing Patterns of Temporary Migrants in Beijing and Shanghai.” Weiping Wu and Hansheng Wang. Sociological Research (Chinese), 99 (No. 3, 2002): 92-110.

“Reforming China’s Institutional Environment for Urban Infrastructure Provision.” Urban Studies 36, 13 (December 1999): 2263-2282.

“City Profile: Shanghai.” Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning 16, 3 (June 1999): 207-216.

“Proximity and Complementarity in Hong Kong—Shenzhen Industrialization.” Asian Survey 37, 8 (August 1997): 771-793.

“Export Processing Zones in Asia.” Hooshang Amirahmadi and Weiping Wu. Asian Survey 35, 9 (September 1995): 828-849.

“Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries.” Hooshang Amirahmadi and Weiping Wu. Journal of Developing Areas 28, 2 (January 1994): 167-190.

Selected Other Articles/Reports

“China’s Urban Transformation.” Weiping Wu and Piper Gaubatz. The European Financial Review August-September 2012: 53-57.

“Higher Education Innovation in China.” East Asia and Pacific Region Human Development Department, the World Bank, 2010.

“Power of Place on Creative Industries.” World Regional Studies (Chinese) 19, 4 (December 2010): 1-15.

“Dynamic Cities and Creative Clusters.” World Bank Policy Research Working Papers WPS 3509, Washington, DC: The World Bank, February 2005.

“Labor Mobility in China: An Evaluation of a Ford Foundation Program in Beijing 1997 – 2001.” Prepared for the Ford Foundation, Beijing Office, November 2001.

“The Creation and Evolution of China’s Special Economic Zone Policy.” Nova Economia 6, 2 (November 1996): 45-64.

“Financing and Management of Urban Infrastructure in China.” Prepared for the Center for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto and Urban Management Division, the World Bank, November 1995.

“Planning for Metropolitan Shanghai.” Prepared for the Economic Development Institute, the World Bank, June 1995.

“Urban Development in China’s Large Cities.” Prepared for the Economic Development Institute, the World Bank, June 1995.

“Private Capital Flows and Developing Countries.” Hooshang Amirahmadi and Weiping Wu. Journal of Third World Studies 10, 1 (Spring 1993): 327-357.