The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 30:4, 323–326, 2005 2005 Springer Science + Business Media, Inc. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Issue Introduction: New Direction: CambridgeYMaastricht Symposium 2003 Editor’s Introduction PIET EICHHOLTZ University of Cambridge, Magdalene College, Cambridge CB3 9EP, UK E-mail: p.eichholtz@berﬁn.unimaas.nl KANAK PATEL University of Cambridge, Magdalene College, Cambridge CB3 9EP, UK E-mail: Kp1000C5@cus.com.ac.uk This Special Issue of the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics presents papers presented at the 4th CambridgeYMaastricht Symposium, held at Madingley Hall, University of Cambridge, in June 2003. The papers covered a range of issues in real estate ﬁnance and economics. In all eight papers were presented, with six being selected for publication in this Special Issue of the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. Of these six papers, three were written by research teams based in Europe and three are from the United States. Andrey Paxlov and George Blazenko investigate the economics of real estate in- vestment when maintenance of a property enhances neighborhood value. Dean Paxson considers a real options model for property valuation and sequential investment timing. David Feldman and Shulamith Gross apply a nonparametric data classiﬁcation technique to classify the borrower and contractual features associated
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Published: Feb 23, 2005
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