Property and Construction Economics 1e

ISBN-13: 9781861521583 / ISBN-10: 1861521588

An Introduction
Timothy Eccles, Kingston University
Sarah Sayce, Kingston University
Judy Smith, Kingston University
300pp
Published by Cengage Learning, ©1998
Available Now
£32.99

Features

  • Offers a holistic approach to the study of economics for real estate/construction students
  • Highly readable, encouraging students to challenge conventional thought
  • Contains end of chapters study questions, with selected answers at the end of the book

Preface Chapter 1. Real estate economic concepts Chapter 2. The peculiar nature of the construction industry Chapter 3. A brief history of real estate and construction economic thought Chapter 4. The construction and real estate market Chapter 5. The construction and real estate firm Chapter 6. The nature and functioning of the real estate market. Chapter 7. The state and real estate economics Chapter 8. The private sector and the financial markets Chapter 9. Financial intermediaries Chapter 10. Modelling real estate and construction economics. References
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Timothy Eccles
Tim Eccles is a fully trained quantity surveyor and has a masters degree in economics. He teaches economics to real estate students at the School of Surveying, Kingston University

Sarah Sayce
Sarah Sayce is Head of the School of Surveying at Kingston University

Judy Smith
Judy Smith is lecturer in surveying, investment and valuation at Kingston University