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Paper eres2009_217:
A Comparative Study Into the Effect of Sustainability on Corporate Property Investment Drivers in the UK, Australia and New Zealand

id eres2009_217
authors Levy, Deborah; De Francesco, Anthony
year 2009
title A Comparative Study Into the Effect of Sustainability on Corporate Property Investment Drivers in the UK, Australia and New Zealand
source 16th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Stockholm, Sweden
summary Over the last few years the notion of sustainability has gained momentum within investment markets, particularly for property assets. A number of key drivers have been identified as affecting property investment decisions within the context of sustainability. This paper reports on the outcome of a study comprising in-depth interviews with key players in the property investment market in the UK, Australia and new Zealand. The study seeks to understand the impact of these drivers and their effect on the investment product landscape, including decision relating to future investment strategies, property development and the management of existing property investment portfolios across different cultures.
keywords Sustainability, cost-benefit analysis, social optimality, externalities, cross-cultural analysis
series ERES:conference
email d.levy@auckland.ac.nz, adefrancesco@colonialfirststate.com.au
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session Sustainable Property
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