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Outstanding Research Achievements of Institutions of Higher Education (Humanities and Social Sciences)

 

 

Investment Project Evaluation Research on the Basis of Bounded Rationality


Main participants: Chen Tong, Zhao Cheng, Li Haitao

 

Award: Third Prize for Economics

 

Academic Value and Influence:
Evaluation has put forward and demonstrated new theoretical ideas from the perspective of bounded rationality. It investigated not only cognitive bounded rationality but also beneficial bounded rationality in project activities, which made a breakthrough to extend the range of traditional analysis. It also emphasized the investigation into bounded rationality after decision making and included it in the investigation scope of decision making. Evaluation enriches the knowledge system of project evaluation and makes contributions to promote the theory construction of building project evaluation in China.


Conservation Planning and Management Research of the Historic and Cultural Districts in Tianjin

 

Main participants: Xia Qing, Xu Xiwei, Li Jinli, Wang Xuebin, Cui Nan, Gao Chang etc.
  

Award: Third Prize for Interdiscipline Achievement

 

Academic Value and Influence:
The report discussed the dynamic evaluation model for the conservation of the historic and cultural districts in Tianjin and established a set of technical standards and detailed regulations for conservation planning and management. The standards and regulations in the report are integrated, scientific and highly operable for government administrative ministries.


Chinese Urban Architecture and Japan - A Modern History of Principal Selective Acceptance


Project Leader: Xu Subin

 

Award: First Prize for Writing Award

 

Academic Value and Influence:
The new theoretical explorations on the basis of previous studies to evaluate the influence of foreign technology on Chinese cities and architecture in modern history emphasize the significant and potential impact of nationalism. The research sufficiently reveals that it is nationalism that was the essential motive for China to actively learn foreign technologies and promote the development of cities and architecture in modern history. It also demonstrates that China, rather than any other actor, was the principal promoter of the development of cities and architecture in the semi-colonial period. The writing describes the relations between Chinese and Japanese urban architecture from various viewpoints on the basis of multiple disciplines.