Academic journal article Journal of Real Estate Literature

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Academic journal article Journal of Real Estate Literature

Introduction

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The Journal of Real Estate Literature (JREL) has a new team of editors. David M. Harrison (Texas Tech University), Mauricio Rodriquez (Texas Christian University), and Michael J. Seiler (Old Dominion University) have replaced John F. McDonald whose term recently ended. We would like to thank John for his excellent stewardship of JREL for so many years, as well as his service as a section editor. We would also like to thank Graeme Newell, Sofia Dermisi, Sean Salter, Jack Harris, Tom Musil, and Andrew Hansz for their service as section editors.

JREL is different from most academic journals in that it is composed of several subsections with different purposes. While these sub-sections have changed over time, the emerging format of the journal will contain the following sub-sections: (1) Review Articles that provide an overall understanding of what has been done in the past on a particular area within real estate, and what should be done in the future; (2) International Articles to share research from under-developed markets and in regions of the world where ARES sister societies may not exist and service with their own journals; (3) Data, Methods, and Technology, a newly revised section of JREL that helps promote real estate research through sharing with authors where to find data to help carry out their studies, how to conduct methodologies that are commonly enough used to be relevant to a wide readership, but not so common that the methodology need not be explained, and to share the latest in technological breakthroughs to keep readers up-to-date; (4) Authors, titles, and dissertation abstracts are shared in the Doctoral Dissertations section. …

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