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A Research Agenda for Real Estate

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A Research Agenda for Real Estate

9781839103926 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Piyush Tiwari, Professor of Property, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, The University of Melbourne and Julie T. Miao, Associate Professor of Property and Economic Development, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Publication Date: 2022 ISBN: 978 1 83910 392 6 Extent: 296 pp
Offering fresh insights into the key emerging issues in the field, including the changing socio-economic contexts brought about by the rise of the millennial generation and the creative class, the Covid-19 pandemic, and a greater emphasis on social responsibility, this forward-looking Research Agenda critically debates and rethinks theories and practices in the property sector.

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Elgar Research Agendas outline the future of research in a given area. Leading scholars are given the space to explore their subject in provocative ways, and map out the potential directions of travel. They are relevant but also visionary.

Offering fresh insights into the key emerging issues in the field, including the changing socio-economic contexts brought about by the rise of the millennial generation and the creative class, the Covid-19 pandemic, and a greater emphasis on social responsibility, this forward-looking Research Agenda critically debates and rethinks theories and practices in the property sector.
 
Promoting interdisciplinary approaches to the topic, chapters explore the disruptive changes to the field brought about by technological revolutions, before moving on to reflect upon the meaning of value, risks and investment behaviours, and finally examining the institutional contexts and stakeholders that shape the industry. Leading scholars combine practice with in-depth theoretical discussions, highlighting critical future avenues of research in the field.

Real estate, planning and economics scholars will find this to be an important read, particularly with the blend of conceptual and empirical perspectives. Real estate practitioners and businesses will also find the practical guidance and discussion of real-life challenges in the book helpful.
Critical Acclaim
‘This book proposes a multi-disciplinary approach to real estate research and collects essays written from different backgrounds. Those who pursue a multi-disciplinary approach should find this book inspiring.’
– Charles Leung, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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Contributors: Ashish Gupta, Huiying (Cynthia) Hou, Anna Hurlimann, Godwin Kavaarpuo, Hyung Min Kim, Xiang Li, Xuqing Li, Mike McDermott, Julie T. Miao, Jyoti Shukla, Eileen Sim, Djordje Stojanovic, Raghu Dharmapuri Tirumala, Piyush Tiwari, Georgia Warren-Myers, Hao Wu
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Contents:

1 Introduction to A Research Agenda for Real Estate 1
Piyush Tiwari and Julie T. Miao

PART I DISRUPTIVE CHANGES: TECHNOLOGIES AND SPACES
2 Market disruptions and the future trends in real
estate: what do we not know? 19
Piyush Tiwari and Jyoti Shukla
3 Interface of property and knowledge-based
economic development 41
Julie T. Miao
4 Future directions of research in innovative workplaces 59
Eileen Sim
5 Housing share: opportunities and challenges for
interdisciplinary research 81
Djordje Stojanovic

PART II VALUES: INVESTMENT AND RISKS
6 Market value in a sea of values: re-examining the
‘theory of value’ of land and property through the
lens of ‘capability theory’ 99
Jyoti Shukla and Mike McDermott
7 Circular economy in the real estate sector 121
Ashish Gupta and Piyush Tiwari
8 Climate change and risk to real estate 139
Georgia Warren-Myers and Anna Hurlimann
9 The confluence of real estate and infrastructure:
a research agenda 167
Raghu Dharmapuri Tirumala

PART III INSTITUTIONS: BEHAVIOURS, GOVERNMENT
AND FOREIGN ACTORS
10 Local community in brownfield redevelopment:
the Alphington Paper Mill Project in Melbourne 185
Xuqing Li, Hao Wu and Huiying (Cynthia) Hou
11 International real estate investments: issues and
research agendas 205
Hyung Min Kim
12 Neoliberalization in urban governance at
the real estate turn: perspective from urban
redevelopment in China 227
Xiang Li
13 Institutional governance of innovation adoption in
residential developments: future research directions 247
Godwin Kavaarpuo

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