Book review Book review By Giacomo Morri and Antonio Mazza The Wiley Finance Series ISBN 1118764404 Keywords Leverage, Basel accord, Financial vehicles, Loans, Property finance, Property value Review DOI 10.1108/JPIF-01-2016-0007 As I get older, I am definitely getting more intransigent and less charitable to the plethora of the new books that are being published for the real estate shelves. I am not sure if it is a case of knowing more myself or that textbooks are becoming less rigorous but, generally, I find that most texts published in the last few years are quite poor. The pressure on publishers to fill quotas means that I have personally pre-reviewed five or six texts that I have referred back to the publishers as “publish at your peril” and a year later they have all appeared to a spurious fanfare of “a new textbook for practitioners and academics alike”. And, in each case, they have been far away from that accolade. I have a simple philosophy in my world which is a new book must be better than the books already available. Most times, this is not true. However, I mention this to place this new text Property Finance: An International Approach
Journal of Property Investment & Finance – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 4, 2016
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