Dr Linjun Xie
Post Doctoral Research Associate in the Department of Geography
- 2016 - 2019: PhD Built Environment, University of Nottingham.
- 2015 - 2016: MSc Eco-cities, Cardiff University.
- 2010 - 2015: BEng Urban and Rural Planning (5 year degree), Huaqiao University.
- Xie, Linjun, Mauch, Christof, Tan-Mullins, May & Cheshmehzangi, Ali (2020). Disappearing reeds on Chongming Island: An environmental microhistory of Chinese eco-development. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space
- Flynn, Andrew, Xie, Linjun & Hacking, Nick (2020). Governing people, governing places: advancing the Protean Environmental State in China. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 22(5): 724-744.
- Xie, L. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2020). Nature-based Solutions for Urban Biodiversity Governance. Environmental Science and Policy 110: 77-87.
- Xie, Linjun, Cheshmehzangi, Ali, Tan-Mullins, May, Flynn, Andrew & Heath, Tim (2020). Urban Entrepreneurialism and Sustainable Development: A Comparative Analysis of Chinese Eco-Developments. Journal of Urban Technology 27(1): 3-26.
- Flynn, Andrew, Hacking, Nick & Xie, Linjun (2019). Governance of the circular economy: A comparative examination of the use of standards by China and the United Kingdom. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 33: 282.
- Xie, Linjun, Flynn, Andrew, Tan-Mullins, May & Cheshmehzangi, Ali (2019). The making and remaking of ecological space in China: The political ecology of Chongming Eco-Island. Political Geography 69: 89.
- Raven, Rob, Sengers, Frans, Spaeth, Philipp, Xie, Linjun, Cheshmehzangi, Ali & de Jong, Martin (2019). Urban experimentation and institutional arrangements. European Planning Studies 27(2): 258.
- Xie, Linjun, Flynn, Andrew, Tan-Mullins, May & Cheshmehzangi, Ali (2019). Water and land: Environmental governance and Chinese eco-development. Journal of Cleaner Production 221: 839.
- Xie, Linjun & Spinney, Justin (2018). “I won’t cycle on a route like this; I don’t think I fully understood what isolation meant” A critical evaluation of the safety principles in Cycling Level of Service (CLoS) tools from a gender perspective. Travel Behaviour and Society 13: 197.
- den Hartog, Harry, Sengers, Frans, Xu, Ye, Xie, Linjun, Jiang, Ping & de Jong, Martin (2018). Low-carbon promises and realities: Lessons from three socio-technical experiments in Shanghai. Journal of Cleaner Production 181: 692.
- Cheshmehzangi, Ali, Xie, Linjun & Tan-Mullins, May (2018). The role of international actors in low-carbon transitions of Shenzhen's International Low Carbon City in China. Cities 74: 64.