Assistant ProfessorPh.D., Rutgers University, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
- Room 366, Civic Square Building
- (848) 932-2755
- International urbanization
- Land development and property rights
- City redevelopment
- Social protests and citizenship in China
Mi Shih joined the faculty of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy in 2014 as an assistant professor. Prior to this appointment, she served as an assistant professor in the Human Geography and Planning Program at the University of Alberta, Canada. Between 2011 and 2013, she worked as a postdoctoral research fellow in the China Research Centre at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. She received her Ph.D. in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers University in 2010. Her main research focus is on understanding the role of urban planning in shaping Chinese cities and the everyday lives of Chinese citizens in the post-reform era. Her research interest has expanded from an early focus on Shanghai to a broader perspective encompassing a number of cities in both China and Taiwan.
- Methods II
- International Urbanization and Housing Issues
- 2017: Shih, Mi. Rethinking Displacement in Peri-Urban Transformation in China. Environment and Planning A Volume: 49 issue: 2, page(s): 389-406. https://doi.org/10.1177/0308518X16670158
- 2016: Shih, Mi. and Hsiutzu Betty Chang. 2015. Transfer of Development Rights and Public-Facility Planning in Taiwan: An Examination of Local Adaptation and Spatial Impact. Urban Studies, 10.1177/0042098015572974
- 2015: Shih, Mi. The Paradox of Weiquan Movements in Urban China: Social Inequality and Individual Negotiation in Land Development. In F. Miraftab, K. Salo and D. Wilson (eds.), Cities and Inequalities in a Transnational World. Routledge.
- 2015: Shih, Mi. and Hsiutzu Betty Chang. 2015. Transfer of Development Rights and Public-Facility Planning in Taiwan: An Examination of Local Adaptation and Spatial Impact. Urban Studies, dx.doi.org/10.1177/0042098015572974
Areas of Expertise: International Development