Markets and Institutions in Real Estate and Construction

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Wiley, Sep 25, 2006 - Business & Economics - 280 pages
The book explains why the real estate and construction industries are organised in the ways they are and then relates those characteristics to long-term market behaviour. It covers market dynamics - supply and demand; the interaction of property development and construction - and examines institutions and market structures.

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Michael Ball is Professor of Urban and Property Economics, Department of Real Estate and Planning, The University of Reading Business School

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