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Seminar

Behavioural Sciences and Urban Rural Development Seminar Series 2018

 

Behavioural Economics, Macroeconomics and Public Policy

By Prof. Michelle Baddeley, University of South Australia and University College London

4.30pm, Wednesday 25 Apr, 2018

Tower Meeting Room, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge

 

Decision making in the Peri-Urban Fringe: Examples of Responses to Risk, Attraction and Environment

By Prof. Guy Robinson, University of Adelaide, Editor of Land Use Policy

11am, Wednesday 9 May 2018

Tower Meeting Room, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge

 

The financialisation of China’s urban development: preliminary evidence and distinctive features

By Professor Fulong Wu, Bartlett School of Planning, UCL

4.30pm, Wednesday 16 May, 2018

Mill Lane Lecture Room 10, Mill Lane Lecture Theatres, University of Cambridge

 

Behavioural Economics and Personal Financial Decision-Making

By Professor John Howe, Trulaske College of Business, University of Missouri

11am, Wednesday 23 May, 2018

Mill Lane Lecture Room 10, Mill Lane Lecture Theatres, University of Cambridge

 

Prices and the Stock Market Betas of Housing: Evidence from Micro Data

By Dr Liang Peng, Smeal College of Business, The Pennsylvania State University

2pm, Friday 29 June, 2018

Tower Meeting Room, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge

The next CRERC Cambridge Real Estate Research Club will be held at Trinity Hall's WYNG Gardens Conference Centre on Wednesday 1st May

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Cambridge Real Estate Research Centre's Real Estate Finance and Investment Symposium will be held at St John's College from 25-27th September 2019

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The Real Estate Masters Programme is a part-time, 2 year Master of Studies (MSt) course, established in 2016. The course is offered by The Department of Land Economy drawing on the multi-disciplinary strength of the Department and the University. It is aimed at experienced professionals and those identified as future leaders in the real estate industry and combines academic rigour with significant industry input.

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