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|Title:||Can large economies drive international real estate markets?|
|Citation:||Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, 2003; 9(4):379-397|
|Publisher:||Pacific Rim Real Estate Society|
|Patrick Wilson and Ralf Zurbruegg|
|Abstract:||There is continuing interest in the inter-relationships among real estate markets. This includes research suggesting that international linkages in real estate market returns are partly driven by the inter-relatedness between changes in local GDP and ‘world’ GDP. The current study continues this line of inquiry by examining securitised real estate market integration among six economies. By investigating long-run trends, this study suggests that not only are international real estate markets inter-linked, but that some large economies, such as the US and Japan, may have a significant influence over smaller markets. This in turn provides information that can be utilized by property investment managers for asset allocation and design.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business School publications|
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