Developing High-Speed Rail Hubs with Metro Extensions and Land Leases: Evidence from Wuhan, China

City University of Hong KongのJin Murakami博士をお招きして,中国・武漢市を事例としたアクセス鉄道整備と駅周辺土地リースを伴う高速鉄道駅の共同開発に関する特別講演をしていただきます.
1. 日時:2016年12月13日(火)18:30-19:30
2. 場所:東京大学本郷キャンパス工学部11号館(階国際プロジェクト研究室セミナールーム
3. 発表タイトル:Developing High-Speed Rail Hubs with Metro Extensions and Land Leases: Evidence from Wuhan, China(発表内容の概略については,英文をご覧ください)
4. Jin Murakami博士について:1999年に東京大学で修士号を取得後,横浜市勤務を経て,カリフォルニア大学バークレー校でPhDを取得.現在,香港城市大学にてAssistant Professorをしている.専門は,公共交通指向型開発(TOD),交通と土地利用,土地政策など.詳細は,英文または添付ファイルをご覧下さい.
5. 言語:英語と日本語
6. 参加費:無料(終了後,簡単な懇親会があります)
7. 出席について:出席を希望される方は,事前に寒川朋子(samukawa[at]までご連絡ください.
8. お問い合わせ:東京大学大学院工学系研究科 加藤浩徳教授(kato[at]
Announcement about Special International Seminar on HSR Station Development with Metro and Land Development
We would like to cordially invite you to attend a special international seminar on HSR Station Development with Metro and Land Development where Dr Jin Murakami, Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) will make a presentation about his latest research achievements. Anybody who is concerned with this seminar can join it. The details are shown below. Please contact Prof. Hironori Kato (kato[at] for more details.
1. Time and date: 18:30-19:30, December 13 (Tuesday), 2016
2. Place: Seminar Room of International Project lab, Engineering Building No.11, Hongo Campus The University of Tokyo (Campus map is available at
3. Presentation title: Developing High-Speed Rail Hubs with Metro Extensions and Land Leases: Evidence from Wuhan, China
4. Presenter: Jin Murakami, Ph.D., Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, City University of Hong Kong
5. Abstract:
The inter-city access changes brought by nationwide high-speed rail (HSR) network development are expected to reconfigure intra-city land use patterns and generate long-term economic development benefits, most significantly in regional business and tourism hubs. While such a political justification for multibillion-dollar public spending in HSR is debatable worldwide, this empirical research examines the geographic relationships between HSR terminal locations, metro line extensions, and public land auctions in Wuhan, China. A set of spatial econometrics models were applied to estimate the capitalization effects of inter-city access changes on transaction prices of public lands leased for commercial, residential, and industrial uses during the period of 2004–2016 around three HSR stations and along four metro extensions, respectively. Findings and lessons gained from this spatiotemporal analysis on Wuhan are of particular importance for local policymakers, transportation planners, land administrators, private developers, and international bankers who seek strategic land management and innovative infrastructure finance in HSR-hub cities of emerging economies under state leasehold systems.
6. Keywords: high-speed rail; metro extension; public land leasing; urbanization; local public finance.
7. Short bio of presenter
Dr. Jin Murakami is a transnational city planner and academic researcher. He has specialized in the areas of transportation and economic development, spatial planning and development strategy in globalization, and project management and land policy. His studies focus principally on “spatial” and “financial” matters that influence city-regions’ global competitiveness and local livability. His recent works include an international study of transit-oriented developments (TODs) across Asia and North America, an empirical analysis of the impacts of railway network evolution and airport access improvement on business agglomeration patterns in U.S. metropolitan areas, megaprojects and value capture opportunities in Asian capitalist cities, and a case study of technology, mobility and spatial planning for aging communities in Japan, North America, and China. Dr. Murakami completed his Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley (2010). He also holds a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Tokyo (1999). He was previously working as a Research Fellow in the Institute of Urban and Regional Development (IURD) at the University of California, Berkeley and the University of California Transportation Center (UCTC). For further information about Dr. Jin Murakami, visit his website @
8. Participation: Free of charge. Please contact Ms Tomoko Samukawa (samukawa[at] for your participation.
9. Language: English and/or Japanese
10. Contact: Professor Hironori Kato, The University of Tokyo (kato[at]
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