Journals Surveyed

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Journals Surveyed


American Economic Review

Annals of Regional Science

Applied Economics

Appraisal Journal

Assessment Journal

Briefings in Real Estate Finance

Brookings Papers on Economic Activity

Canadian Appraiser

Canadian Journal of Economics

Canadian Journal of Regional Science

Decision Sciences

Demography

Econometrica

Economia

Economic Geography

Economic Inquiry

Economic Journal

Environment and Planning

European Economic Review

Financial Analysts Journal

Financial Management

Financial Review

Financial Services Review

Geographical Analysis

Growth and Change

Harvard Business Review

Housing Policy Debate

International Economic Review

International Journal of Strategic Property Management

International Journal of Urban & Regional Research

International Real Estate Review

International Regional Science Review

International Tax and Public Finance

Journal of Accounting Research

Journal of Applied Corporate Finance

Journal of Applied Econometrics

Journal of Banking and Finance

Journal of Business

Journal of Business Finance and Accounting

Journal of Econometrics

Journal of Economic Geography

Journal of Economic Literature

Journal of Economic Theory

Journal of Economics and Business

Journal of Empirical Finance

Journal of Environmental Economics and Management

Journal of Facilities Management

Journal of Finance

Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis

Journal of Financial Economics

Journal of Financial Intermediation

Journal of Financial Research

Journal of Financial Services Research

Journal of Fixed Income

Journal of Futures Markets

Journal of Housing for the Elderly

Journal of Housing Economics

Journal of Housing Research

Journal of Industrial Economics

Journal of International Economics

Journal of International Money and Finance

Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law

Journal of Law and Economics

Journal of Legal Studies

Journal of Leisure Property

Journal of Mathematical Economics

Journal of Money, Credit and Banking

Journal of Planning Education and Research

Journal of Political Economy

Journal of Portfolio Management

Journal of Property Finance

Journal of Property Investment and Finance

Journal of Property Management

Journal of Property Research

Journal of Property Valuation & Taxation

Journal of Public Economics

Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

Journal of Real Estate Literature

Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management

Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education

Journal of Real Estate Research

Journal of Real Estate Taxation

Journal of Risk and Insurance

Journal of Risk and Uncertainty

Journal of Shopping Center Research

Journal of the American Statistical Association

Journal of Urban Economics

Land Economics

Land Use Policy

Management Science

National Tax Journal

Papers in Regional Science

Public Choice

Public Finance Review

Quarterly Journal of Economics

Quarterly Review of Economics and Business

Rand Journal of Economics

Real Estate Economics

Real Estate Finance

Real Estate Finance Journal

Real Estate Issues

Real Estate Law Journal

Real Estate Review

Regional Science and Urban Economics

Regional Studies

Review of Economic Studies

Review of Economics and Statistics

Review of Financial Studies

Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting

Review of Regional Studies

Review of Urban & Regional Development Studies

Scottish Journal of Political Economy

Social Science Quarterly

Southern Economic Journal

Urban Affairs Review

Urban Geography

Urban Land

Urban Studies

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