Problems And Countermeasures Of Housing Expropriation And Relocation In Small And Medium-Sized Cities In Southern Shaanxi, China
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Xingping Chen, Yuanpeng Ma and Zhirui Chen
Based on case analysis and literature research, these paper analyses eight major problems and their manifestations in the housing expropriation (relocation) on state-owned land in small and medium-sized cities in South Shaanxi, China. The eight major problems are: contradictions and conflicts caused by urban expropriation and relocation occur frequently and cause serious consequences; driven by interests, local government expropriation agencies instructor imply that the evil forces forcibly demolish and brutally treat the owners of houses; in the process of expropriation, political achievements collude with profits; expropriation lacks legitimacy and openness, compensation is not open and transparent enough, and the concealment is too strong; lack of perfect laws and regulations for expropriation; unreasonable price evaluation of housing expropriation compensation; the long period of requisition and relocation leads to the increasing cost of requisition and relocation; local governments illegally invite relevant companies to participate in the requisition and relocation. Finally, some suggestions are put forward.
Small and Middle-Sized Cities; Expropriation and Relocation; Nash Equilibrium