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《Urban Development Studies》 2018-08
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Research on the Group Difference of Urban Residents Housing and Transport Burden in China: Based on Micro Survey Data of Tianjin

WANG Liyan;WANG Hanlin;WANG Zhenpo;  
With the deepening of urbanization,the problems of high housing prices and traffic congestion have aggravated the comprehensive burden of housing and transportation in some large cities,caused a certain degree of social welfare losses. This paper using the micro-data of Tianjin Housing and Traffic Questionnaire 2017 to compare and analyze the differences in the comprehensive burden of housing and transportation between different groups,and identify the key factors affecting the comprehensive burden change.The results show that the comprehensive burden of low-and middle-income groups exceeds the payable standards to varying degrees.Different housing and commuting decision-making groups have different marginal replacement rates for transportation costs,and private car commuting groups in central urban areas. In order to reduce the cost of commuting,they are willing to pay higher housing costs. The household registration type of the private car commuting group in the suburbs has a strong correlation with the comprehensive burden,the non-private car commuting group in the central city,the private car ownership and the comprehensive burden change significantly related. Based on this,it proposes countermeasures to reduce the overall burden of residents from the aspects of planning housing and transportation planning, removing institutional barriers to household registration, and rationally arranging urban transportation resources.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金项目“我国城市‘可支付住房’供给体系构建、实现机制与政策组合研究”(17BJY056);; 天津市教委社会科学重大项目“民生视域下天津市住房与交通问题治理对策研究”(2017JWZD25);; “十三五”天津市高等学校创新团队培养计划项目“新型城镇化与城市可持续发展研究”(TD13-5001)
【CateGory Index】: F299.27;F512.7
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