Pengyu Zhu

Boise State University
Department of Public Policy and Administration

Community and Regional Planning Program
Boise State University
Boise, ID
83725-1935
pengyuzhu@boisestate.edu

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My current research focuses on the design and implementation of sustainable urban policy, with particular attention to the interactions between transportation, land use and housing.

Citation:
Zhu, Pengyu (2012). Are Telecommuting and Personal Travel Complements or Substitutes? The Annals of Regional Science. 48(2), 619-639.
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Zhu, Pengyu, Hongwei Dong and Cifang Wu (2013). Do residents of smart growth neighborhoods in Los Angeles travel “smarter”? Transportation Research Record. Accepted and forthcoming in 2013
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Zhu, Pengyu (2013). Telecommuting, Household Commute and Location Choice. Urban Studies. 50(12), 2441–2459.
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Zhu, Pengyu, Cathy Y. Liu and Gary D. Painter (accepted and forthcoming). Does Residence in an Ethnic Community Help Immigrants in a Recession? Regional Science and Urban Economics.
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Zhu, Pengyu and Jeffrey Brown (2012). Donor States and Donee States: An Investigation of Geographic Redistribution in the U.S. Federal Highway Program 1974-2008. Transportation. DOI 10.1007/s11116-012-9413-x
DOI: 10.1007/s11116-012-9413-x
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Zhu, Pengyu, and Yaoqi Zhang. 2008. "Demand for Urban Forests in United States Cities." Landscape and Urban Planning 84(3-4): 293-300.
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Zhu, Pengyu, and Raphael Bostic. 2009. "Understanding Large Land Holders on the Urban Fringe: A Supply-Side Perspective." In The Impact of Large Landowners on Land Markets, ed. Raphael Bostic. Massachusetts: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy PRIMARY
Social Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY

Keywords

TRANSPORTATION LAND USE HOUSING