Academic journal article Journal of Real Estate Literature

Subject Index: Classification System

Academic journal article Journal of Real Estate Literature

Subject Index: Classification System

Article excerpt

000 Theory/Method

010 Hedonic Theory

020 Spatial Location Theory

030 Empirical Techniques/Methods

100 Type of Real Estate

110 Vacant Land

120 Housing

130 Apartments

140 Office Buildings

150 Shopping Centers /Retail Space

160 Hotels/Motels

170 Industrial

180 Golf Courses

190 Other

200 Type of Contract

210 Sales Contract

220 Mortgages

230 Leases

240 Listing Contracts

250 Options

260 Deeds

270 Mortgage-Backed Securities

280 Other

300 Real Estate Business/Industry

310 Appraisal /Valuation /Consulting

320 Brokerage

330 Development / Homebuilding

340 Lending

350 Corporate

360 Property Management

370 Syndication/REITs /Partnerships

380 Tax Assessing

390 Architecture /Title Insurance /Other

400 Type of Decision

410 Investment/Valuation

420 Financing

421 General

422 Pricing

423 Housing Finance

424 Income Property Mortgages

425 Underwriting/Default

426 Refinancing /Prepayment

430 Diversification

440 Sales-Leaseback

450 Renovation

460 Exchanges

470 Location

500 Government Policy /Planning

510 Land Use Controls /Zoning

520 Eminent Domain

530 Property Taxes

540 Income Taxation

550 Rent Controls

560 Other

600 Institutions

610 Federal Credit Agencies

620 S&Ls

630 Banks

700 Macro Trends /Market Analysis

710 Demographics /Population

720 Cycles

730 Economic Base /Input-Output

740 Pension Funds

800 Real Estate Law

900 Real Estate Education

000 THEORY /METHODS

020 Spatial Location Theory

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Bosker, M., S. Brakman, H. Garretsen, and M. Schramm. Looking for Multiple Equilibria When Geography Matters: German City Growth and the WWII Shock, Journal of Urban Economics, 2007, 61:1, 152-169.

Rothstein, J. Good Principals or Good Peers? Parental Valuation of School Characteristics, Tiebout Equilibrium, and the Incentive Effects of Competition among Jurisdictions. American Economic Review, 2006, 96:4, 1333-1350.

Trendle, B. Regional Economic Instability: The Role of Industrial Diversification and Spatial Spillovers. Annals of Regional Science, 2006, 40:4, 767-778.

030 Empirical Techniques/Methods

Andreou, E. and E. Ghysels. Monitoring Disruptions in Financial Markets. Journal of Econometrics, 2006, 135:38719, 77-124.

Bommier, A. Uncertain Lifetime and Intertemporal Choice: Risk Aversion as a Rationale for Time Discounting. International Economic Review, 2006, 47:4, 1223-1246.

Geltner, D. and D. Ling. Considerations in the Design and Construction of Investment Real Estate Research Indices. Journal of Real Estate Research, 2006, 28:4, 411-444.

Gourieroux, C. and A. Monfort. Econometric Specification of Stochastic Discount Factor Models. Journal of Econometrics, 2007, 136:2, 508-530.

Krausa, A. and J. Sagi. Inter-temporal Preference for Flexibility and Ricky Choice. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2006, 42:6, 698-709.

Marcellino, M., J. Stock, and M. Watson. A Comparison of Direct and Iterated Multistep AR Methods for Forecasting Macroeconomic Time Series. Journal of Econometrics, 2006, 135: 38719, 499-526.

Okhrin, Y. and W. Schmid. Distributional Properties of Portfolio Weights. Journal of Econometrics, 2006, 134:1, 235-256.

Scholten, M. and D. Reed. Discounting By Intervals: A Generalized Model of Intertemporal Choice. …

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