Markets and Institutions in Real Estate and Construction
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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Real estate development and construction tend to be separate subjects in the literature. But construction is an inevitable part of any property development process and so has a major influence on the institutional structure of development. Markets & Institutions in Real Estate & Construction argues that these structures are best explained as a series of modern economic theories, based on competition and current production technologies.
- offers focus and breadth, and deal with controversial debates
- economic arguments made accessible through a non-technical writing style
- presents long-run international comparison of property market behaviour
- reflects internationalisation of property and construction markets