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/publications/ index.html).

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

Samuel Zell and Robert Lurie Real Estate Center, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Papers can be ordered from http: / /realestate.wharton.upenn.edu/ papers.php.

Lusk Center for Real Estate, University of Southern California. All papers can be downloaded at http: / /www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/ lusk/ research/workingpapers.html.

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.

Center for Urban Land Economic Research, University of Wisconsin, School of Business. All papers $3.00. Order by phone (608-262-9816) or free down-load (http: / /www.bus.wisc.edu/wcre/paper.asp).

000 THEORY/METHOD

030 Empirical Techniques/Methods

McCoy, Bowen H. University of Pennsylvania. Black Swans in Blue Suits (662).

100 TYPE OF REAL ESTATE

110 Vacant Land

Maciel, Vladimir F. Lincoln Institute. Transport Infrastructure Investment: Assessing the Short-Run Effects of São Paulo's Beltway ('Rodoanel') on Land Prices (November 2009).

120 Housing

Bardhan, Ashok D., Robert H. Edelstein, and Cynthia A. Kroll. University of California. The Housing Problem and the Economic Crisis: A Review and Evaluation of Policy Prescriptions (2009).

Crosland, John, Jr. University of Pennsylvania. Development Regulations and Housing Affordability (659).

Davis, Morris, Sean Campbell, Joshua Gallin, and Robert F. Martin. University of Wisconsin. What Moves Housing Markets? A Trend and Variance Decomposition of the Rent-Price Ratio. (09-04).

Davis, Morris and Robert F. Martin. University of Wisconsin. Housing, Home Production, and the Equity and Value Premium Puzzles. (09-01).

Ferreira, Fernando, Joseph Gyourko, and Joseph Tracy. University of Pennsylvania. Housing Busts and Household Mobility (665).

Green, Timothy F. and Robert B. Olshansky. Lincoln Institute. Homeowner Decisions, Land Banking, and Land Use Change in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina (November 2009).

Gubits, Daniel, Jill Khadduri, and Jennifer Turnham. Harvard University. Housing Patterns of Low Income Families with Children: Further Analysis of Data from the Study of the Effects of Housing Vouchers on Welfare Families (W09-7).

Pavlov, Andrey and Susan Wachter. University of Pennsylvania. Subprime Lending and Real Estate Prices (655).

Phillips, Georgette C. University of Pennsylvania. The Jumbled Alphabet Soup of the Collapsed Home Mortgage Market: ABCP, CDO, CDS and RMBS (666).

Sinai, Todd and Nicholas S. Souleles. University of Pennsylvania. Can Owning a Home Hedge the Risk of Moving? (664).

130 Apartments

Davis, Morris and François Ortalo-Magné. University of Wisconsin. Household Expenditures, Wages, Rents. (09-03).

200 TYPE OF CONTRACT

220 Mortgages

Pavlov, Andrey and Susan Wachter. University of Pennsylvania. Subprime Lending and Real Estate Prices (655). …

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