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Paper eres2011_30:
Institutional Real Estate Investment in the UK: a Rational ‘Regional’ Interpretation?

id eres2011_30
authors Byrne, Peter; Jackson, Cath; Lee, Stephen
year 2011
title Institutional Real Estate Investment in the UK: a Rational ‘Regional’ Interpretation?
source 18th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands
summary Over the past couple of decades a behavioural real estate research paradigm has been developing. In this paper, observed aggregate behaviour within the institutional real estate investment community is analysed and related to economic assumptions underpinning investment theory and market functionality. Evidence is found to challenge economic rationality in investor decision-making. Cyclicality is identified in the interactions between the investment and development markets, which results in the lack of high quality property investment across geographically diverse regions lamented by economic development authorities. Some consequences for ‘regional’ economic development are explored.
keywords real estate, investment, behavioural research, location, decision making
series ERES:conference
email p.j.byrne@reading.ac.uk
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session E6: Risk & Portfolio Management
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