The Routledge Studies in International Real Estate Series presents a forum for the presentation of cutting edge research into international real estate issues published to Routledge’s exacting academic standards. Books in the series will be broad in their conceptual scope and reflect an inter-disciplinary approach to Real Estate as an academic discipline.
Delhi's Changing Built Environment
Regulating Information Asymmetry in the Residential Real Estate Market The Hong Kong Experience
By Patrick Lecomte
September 25, 2023
This book introduces three innovative concepts and associated financial instruments with the potential to revolutionise real estate finance. The factorisation of commercial real estate with factor-based real estate derivatives is the first concept analysed in this book. Methodological issues ...
By Julian Roche
September 01, 2023
This book straddles two worlds and attempts to bring them together: that of Lefebvre's Marxism on the one hand, and that of real estate development on the other. Lefebvre has now become a household name amongst many contemporary Marxists, especially those with an interest in urban planning and ...
By Alina Nichiforeanu
May 31, 2023
This book is a theory-led conceptual account of the Principal-Agent problem and related concepts of Behavioural Real Estate economics, a decade after the real estate crisis of 2008. Data from 52 qualitative interviews undertaken with appraisers, real estate brokers, and property owners is used to ...
By Rebecca L. H. Chiu, Zhi Liu, Bertrand Renaud
April 01, 2019
Recent rapid housing market expansion in China is presenting new challenges for policy makers, planners, business people, and citizens. Now that housing in middle-income China is driven by consumer choices and is no longer dominated by state policy decisions, housing policy issues in Chinese cities...
By Anthony Owusu-Ansah
July 03, 2018
The importance of house prices to households, real estate developers, banks and policy-makers cannot be overemphasised. House price changes affect consumer spending and business investment patterns, which in turn affect the wider macro economy and the entire business cycle. Measuring and ...
By Clinton Aigbavboa, Wellington Thwala
June 27, 2018
This book explores residential satisfaction and housing policy trends in developing nations by using subsidised low-income housing examples in South Africa, Ghana and Nigeria as case studies. While there has been much documentation on the formation of residential satisfaction and the evolution of ...
By Rebecca L. H. Chiu, Seong-Kyu Ha
April 30, 2018
This book investigates how housing policy changes in Asia since the late 1990s have impacted on housing affordability, security, livability, culture and social development. Using case study examples from countries/cities including China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, ...
By Piyush Tiwari, Jyoti Rao
January 08, 2018
The rapid expansion, urban form and development of the built environment in the world’s second most populous city, Delhi, has been the consequence of social, political, economic, planning and architectural traditions that have shaped the city over thousands of years. Whilst seamless at times, these...
By Devin Lin
July 11, 2017
This book conducts a detailed examination of the current form of the Hong Kong residential property regulatory system: the 2013 Residential Properties (Firsthand Sales) Ordinance (Cap 621). The author sheds light on how the new legislation promotes a number of values including information symmetry,...
By Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway, Nessa Winston
February 21, 2017
Since the start of the twenty-first century, urban communities have faced increasing challenges in housing affordability, with environmental issues causing additional concern. It is clear that changes to urban housing are needed to enhance the resilience of cities and improve the economic, ...
By Rita Yi Man Li, Kwong Chau
April 08, 2016
This book explores how econometric modelling can be used to provide valuable insight into international housing markets. Initially describing the role of econometrics modelling in real estate market research and how it has developed in recent years, the book goes on to compare and contrast the ...
By Raymond Talinbe Abdulai, Franklin Obeng-Odoom, Edward Ochieng, Vida Maliene
November 12, 2015
Real Estate, Construction and Economic Development in Emerging Market Economies examines the relationships between real estate and construction sectors and explores how each sector, and the relationships between them, affect economic development in emerging market economies (EMEs). Throughout the ...