Workshop Real Estate Economics
3rd Workshop Real Estate Economics
12./13. September 2013
The breakdown of the US real estate market marked the beginning of the global economic crisis since 2007. Also in Europe the real estate prices decreased considerably as a consequence of the crisis in the USA, for example in Spain, in Ireland or in Denmark. This development shows the immense significance of the reals estate markets for the whole economy. Furthermore, there are several important questions: Does a new bubble develop on the real estate market? How do the real estate markets develop in the cities and in the countryside? What are the consequences for the real estate markets due to the demographic change and the economic structural change?
The goal of this workshop is the exchange. On the one hand, this exchange should take place between the researchers on their research topics. On the other hand, this event should become the platform for an exchange between the researchers and the practitioners. Thus, also practitioners are invited to submit their contributions.
The workshop offers the participants the possibility to present their contributions to the following topics (amongst others)
- Forecasting of real estate prices,
- Real estate markets and macroeconomic stability,
- Financing aspects of real estate,
- regional real estate markets,
- demographic change and real estate markets.
The during the workshop presented contributions can be downloaded below:
- Dascher, K. (2014): City Silhouette, World Climate (neue Version, Januar 2014)
- Fitzenberger, B.; Fuchs, B. (2013): Tenancy Law Reform Act and Length of Tenancy Discount: Heterogeneous Effects in a West German Household Sample
- Lerbs, O. (2013): House Prices, Housing Development Costs, and the Supply of New Single-Family Housing in German Counties and Cities
- Rauch, C.; Vandrei, L. (2013): Keiner will sie haben – Theoretische Ursachen für Immobilienleerstand
- Stein, M. (2013): Changing Return-to-Risk Profiles of German Real Estate Funds and their Effects for Asset Allocation
The Flyer about the workshop can be downloaded here.
- Prof. Dr. Georg Stadtmann (European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder))
- Prof. Dr. Christian Pierdzioch (Helmut-Schmidt-University, Hamburg)
- Prof. Dr. Ansgar Belke (University Duisburg-Essen)
- Prof. Dr. Christian Dreger (DIW, Berlin)
- Prof. Dr. Roland Füss (Universität St.Gallen)
- Prof. Dr. Jan-Christoph Rülke (WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management)
- Prof. Morten Skak (University of Southern Denmark)
- Prof. Dr. Michael Stein (Universität Duisburg-Essen)
- Last deadline for paper submission: 31.5.2013
- Participation fee: 100 €
- Send your paper to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Only electronic submissions wil be reviewed.
- If there are more than one author, please specify who will be presenting.
- The participants will be informed until the end of June whether their contributions were accepted.
Kredit und Kapital will publish, under consideration of the usual review processes, a selection of the during the workshop presented papers. Please let us now during the submission whether you want to submit your paper to Kredit und Kapital.
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