Visiting Adjunct Scholar of Global Urban Studies, Michigan State University

Minting Ye is a Visiting Adjunct Scholar of Global Urban Studies at Michigan State University. She is also a senior research analyst at Compass. She received her PhD from the Department of Geography at Michigan State University. Her main research areas are in urban and regional development, land use, and urban environmental planning. She has published a dozen articles, including in journals such as Urban Affairs Review, Urban Geography, Economic Development, American Review of Public Administration, International Journal of Remote Sensing, and Environmental Monitoring and Assessment.

Experience

  • –present
    Visiting Adjunct Scholar, Michigan State University

Education

  • 2014 
    Michigan State University, PhD

Publications

  • 2018
    The Diverse Role of Women in Shaping Hong Kong’s Landscape of Gentrification, Urban Affairs Review
  • 2017
    Minding the Gap: Networks of Animal Welfare Service Provision, American Review of Public Administration
  • 2017
    Won’t you be my neighbor? An integrated model of urban policy interdependence, Urban Affairs Review
  • 2015
    Trends in Local Economic Development Policies, Municipal Year Book.Washington DC: ICMA press
  • 2015
    The Landscape of Gentrification: Exploring the Diversity of ‘Upgrading’ Processes in Hong Kong, 1986-2006, Urban Geography
  • 2013
    Assessment of landscape patterns affecting land surface temperature in different biophysical gradients in Shenzhen, China, Urban Ecosystems
  • 2013
    Urban Built Environments, Accessibility, and Travel Behavior in a Declining Urban Core: An Exploration into the Detroit Region, Journal of Urban Affairs
  • 2011
    Policy Versus Place Luck: Achieving Local Economic Prosperity, Economic Development Quarterly
  • 2008
    Land Use Efficiency and Regional Differentiation in Shenzhen, China (in Chinese with English abstract) , Resource Science
  • 2008
    Theoretical Research in Tourism Landscape Ecosystem (in Chinese with English abstract), Acta Ecologica Sinica
  • 2007
    Effects of land-use categorization on landscape metrics: A case study in urban landscape of Shenzhen, China, International Journal of Remote Sensing
  • 2007
    Preliminary Theory of Three-dimensional Urban Landscape Ecology (in Chinese with English abstract), Acta Ecologica Sinica
  • 2007
    Classification of Land Use Degree in Yunnan Province Based on SOFM Networks (in Chinese with English abstract), Progress in Geography
  • 2006
    Research on Change of Regional Industrial Structure and Its Eco-environmental Effect: A Case Study in Lijiang City, Yunnan Province (in Chinese with English abstract), Acta Geographica Sinica
  • 2006
    Research on the Evaluation and Analysis of Land Use Sustainability Dynamics in Mountain Areas Northwest of Yunnan Province China: a Case Study of Yongsheng County (in Chinese with English abstract), Geographical Research
  • 2006
    Shortcomings of Applying Ecological Footprints to the Ecological Assessment of Regional Sustainable Development (in Chinese with English abstract), Acta Ecologica Sinica