Dr. Chang is currently an assistant professor and associate program leader of the real estate management in the City University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on urban economics, real estate, housing studies and social network analysis. Dr. Chang got his doctor degree in urban planning and public policy from Harvard University in 2012. Previously, he received a master degree in urban planning from Harvard, a master in architecture from Tsinghua University, a minor in economics from Peking University and a Bachelor in architecture in Tianjin University. Professionally, he ever worked as a consultant in the CITIC real estate and the World Bank Group, a project manager in Vanke.Co, and an architect in the Beijing Institute of Architecture Design.
Urban Economics, Real Estate, Housing Studies, Social Network Analysis