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Minor Real Estate Economics and Finance

2019-2020

Why does economic activity concentrate in specific locations? How do real estate developers react to the strong demand for space at these focal points? What are the implications for the surrounding urban areas? Should the government provide guidance through land use policy? These questions illustrate a number of important topics that will be dealt with in the Minor Real Estate Economics and Finance. You will learn what economic analysis contributes to our understanding of how cities evolve and about the role policy can play. You gain insight into the functioning of real estate markets, including their volatility and apparent lack of efficiency.

Info

Language English
Credits 30 EC
Start date 01-09-2018
Faculty
Minor Real Estate Economics and Finance
Description
Why does economic activity concentrate in specific locations? How do
real estate developers react to the strong demand for space at these
focal points? What are the implications for the surrounding urban areas?
Should the government provide guidance through land use policy? These
questions illustrate a number of important topics that will be dealt
with in the Minor Real Estate Economics and Finance. You will learn what
economic analysis contributes to our understanding of how cities evolve
and what role policy can play. You gain insight into the functioning of
real estate markets, including their volatility and apparent lack of
efficiency.

The minor contains 5 compulsory courses.
Course Name Period Credits Code
Real Estate Finance and Urban Development P1 6EC E_EBE3_REFUD
Real Estate Investment P1 6EC E_EBE3_REI
Behavioral Finance and Real Estate P2 6EC E_EBE3_BFRE
Urban Economics and Real Estate P2 6EC E_EBE3_UERE
Real Estate Economics and Finance Research Project P3 6EC E_EBE3_REEFR