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Atlas of the Heart
The Routledge Companion to International Housing Markets1607Ännu ej utkommen – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken boken går att köpa.There is a lack of international comparative housing studies, this book brings together scholars with knowledge on different national markets. Each chapter can be read independently, making it easy to adopt single chapters in a course curriculum. Part A and C provides a theoretical framework that can be read separately and function as a base for discussing an individual housing market by choice above the provided country chapters. The book relies on both quantitative and qualitative methods. For teaching purposes, single chapters can be used as examples of different contexts. There is very little research on international housing markets from a comparative approach. This book provides new data as well as new analysis of existing data, providing new insights on institutional constraints on national housing markets. The book is written in an accessible, non-technical manner targeting a broad academic audience, and can be used both for teaching and readers wanting to orient themselves in the field. The book provides new perspectives on international housing markets and, focusing on underlying and interconnected markets. Specifically, the role of how institutional factors influence transaction costs differently on different national markets is addressed.
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Magnus Andersson is an associate professor in economic geography in the Department of Urban Studies and senior lecturer at the Institute for Urban Research at Malmoe University, Sweden. His research focuses on socio-economic development in contexts with limited access to official statistics. He has since 2010 participated as researcher and adviser for United Nations' work to implement Global Sustainable Development Goals. Peter Palm is senior lecturer in economics in the Department of Urban Studies, Malmoe University, Sweden, and chairman of the Division of Property Valuation, Sweden. He holds a PhD in construction and real estate economics. His research focuses on the real estate market and real estate valuation. Helena Bohman is a senior lecturer in economics in the Department of Urban Studies, Malmoe University, Sweden. Her research focuses on urban and regional development, with a special focus on issues concerning real estate and transport. Beatrice Balivet is a senior lecturer in private law in the Faculty of Law department at Jean Moulin University Lyon 3, France. Her research focuses are property law and real estate law, co-ownership, and construction. Omokolade Akinsomi is an associate professor in real estate finance and investments in the School of Construction Economics and Management at the University of the Witwatersrand, South-Africa. He is the president of the African Real Estate Society (2021- 2023) and a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS). His research focuses on real estate investment trust, price discovery in commercial real estate, real estate portfolio management, housing, and proptech.
PART 1 1. Housing markets in a globalized economy 2. A theoretical framework for housing conveyances on national markets 3. A conceptual model of conveyances on the housing market PART 2 Civil law countries 4. Benin 5. Brazil 6. Cambodia 7. Chile 8. Egypt 9. France 10. Italy 11. Morocco 12. Spain 13. United Arab Emirates 14. Croatia 15. Germany 16. Japan 17. Poland 18. Russian Federation Nordic law countries 19. Finland 20. Sweden Common law countries 21. Australia 22. Canada 23. England and Wales 24. Ghana 25. United States 26. Kenya 27. Malaysia 28. Nigeria 29. South Africa 30. Thailand PART 3 31. The challenges of comparing legal regimes and conveyance on the housing market 32. Reflections and Conclusions