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Editorial JERER 11,3 Data, regional perspectives and sophisticated methods to understand real estate market processes The increasing availability of large and detailed databases as well as advances in econometric methodology, have contributed to a significant advancement in real estate research. The particularities of real estate and its markets, such as high heterogeneity, difficulties in transmitting and finding the necessary information to adjust market signals have contributed to real estate analysis being one of the richest research areas in terms of plurality and complex techniques to be applied when modelling the markets. The growing quality of researchers’ training in this discipline and the availability of information is serving to shed light on the behaviour of neighbouring markets, which, just a decade ago, would have been unknown. The contributions published in this issue 11(3) of the Journal of European Real Estate Research provide good examples. They look at researchers’ analyses of issues relevant to different real estate markets, each making a distinct contribution to knowledge. At the same time, they clearly reflect the challenges a researcher faces when choosing real estate as the area of analysis for his professional or academic life. There are three common elements to the six articles published http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of European Real Estate Research Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1753-9269
DOI
10.1108/JERER-11-2018-049
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Abstract

JERER 11,3 Data, regional perspectives and sophisticated methods to understand real estate market processes The increasing availability of large and detailed databases as well as advances in econometric methodology, have contributed to a significant advancement in real estate research. The particularities of real estate and its markets, such as high heterogeneity, difficulties in transmitting and finding the necessary information to adjust market signals have contributed to real estate analysis being one of the richest research areas in terms of plurality and complex techniques to be applied when modelling the markets. The growing quality of researchers’ training in this discipline and the availability of information is serving to shed light on the behaviour of neighbouring markets, which, just a decade ago, would have been unknown. The contributions published in this issue 11(3) of the Journal of European Real Estate Research provide good examples. They look at researchers’ analyses of issues relevant to different real estate markets, each making a distinct contribution to knowledge. At the same time, they clearly reflect the challenges a researcher faces when choosing real estate as the area of analysis for his professional or academic life. There are three common elements to the six articles published

Journal

Journal of European Real Estate ResearchEmerald Publishing

Published: Nov 5, 2018

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