Working Papers

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Working Papers


Harris, Jack, Journal of Real Estate Literature


This section of the Journal lists working papers, technical reports, and monographs published by real estate centers, university real estate departments, and other research organizations. If you wish to obtain a copy of a paper, please place your orders directly with the publishing organization. If your organization is not represented in this listing and you would like it to be, please forward a current list of publications, along with information on ordering papers, to the editor.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, F602 Hass School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-6105 (most papers $5.00).

Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (http: / / www.jchs.harvard.edu/ research/publications)

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Papers may be downloaded free of charge at http: / /www.lincolninst.edu/pubs/index.asp

Department of Land Management and Development, University of Reading, United Kingdom. Working papers can be downloaded from http://www.henley.reading.ac.uk/ rep/ research/rep-publications.aspx.

Department of Real Estate, National University of Singapore. All papers can be viewed and downloaded from http://www.rst.nus.edu.sg/research/index.asp?d= workingPapers.

Social Science Research Network. SSRN. All papers can be downloaded for free at http: / /ssrn.com.

Publications, The Real Estate Center, Texas A&M University. 1-800-244-2144, all papers listed are $2.50 and can be downloaded for free from http: / /recenter.tamu.edu/ pubs.

000 THEORY/METHOD

100 TYPE OF REAL ESTATE

110 Vacant Land

Anderson, John E. Lincoln Institute. Estimating Agricultural Use Value for Property Tax Purposes: How do State Programs Assess Use Value? (December 2011).

120 Housing

Anari, Ali. Texas A&M University. Income Factor [Relationship of income to the demand for housing] (No. 1997).

Ball, M. and A. Nanda. University of Reading. Household Attributes and the Future Demand for Retirement Housing (Working Papers in Real Estate & Planning. 02/ 12).

Bardhan, Ashok, Robert Edelstein, and Cynthia A. Kroll. University of California. A Comparative Context for U.S. Housing Policy: Housing Markets and the Financial Crisis in Europe, Asia, and Beyond (2011).

Concas, Sisinnio. SSRN. Accessibility and Housing Price Resilience: Evidence from Limited-Access Roadways.

Dascher, Kristof. SSRN. Home Voters, House Prices, and the Political Geography of Zoning.

Jin-ray Lu. SSRN. Is Purchasing Cross-Strait Housing Profitable for Chinese and Taiwanese Investors?

Levi, Maurice D. and Thomas Ruf. SSRN. Arbitrage in Unfamiliar Places: The International Residential Real Estate Market.

Nneji, Ogonna, Chris Brooks, and Charles W.R. Ward. SSRN. Speculative Bubble Spillovers Across Regional Housing Markets.

Shimizu, Chihiro, Kiyohiko G. Nishimura, and Tsutomu Watanabe. SSRN. House Prices from Magazines, Realtors, and the Land Registry (BIS Paper No. 64f).

Wenli, Li and Zhenyu Gao. SSRN. Real Estate Investors and the Boom and Bust of the U.S. Housing Market.

Wenli, Li and Zhenyu Gao. SSRN. Real Estate Investors and the Boom and Bust of the US Housing Market.

140 Office Buildings

Bardhan, Ashok and Cynthia A. Kroll. University of California. Green Buildings in Green Cities: Integrating Energy Efficiency into the Real Estate Industry (2011).

Bregman, Nirit and Daniel Baraz. SSRN. Are Offices Really More Risky than Retail? A Note on Relative Real Estate Sector Risk.

Levitin, Adam J. and Susan M. Wachter. SSRN. The Commercial Real Estate Bubble (Georgetown Law and Economics Research Paper No. 12-005, Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 12-018).

150 Shopping Centers/Retail Space

Bregman, Nirit and Daniel Baraz. SSRN. Are Offices Really More Risky than Retail? A Note on Relative Real Estate Sector Risk.

Levitin, Adam J.

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