A Dictionary of Economics by John Black (Editor); Nigar Hashimzade (Editor); Gareth Myles (Editor)An authoritative and comprehensive dictionary containing clear, concise definitions of over 3,400 key economic terms, coverage includes economic theory, applied microeconomics and macroeconomics, labour economics, public economics and public finance,monetary economics, and environmental economics. There is strong coverage of international trade and many entries on economic organizations and institutions from around the world.
Call Number: 330.03 65 /4
Publication Date: 2012
International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home by Susan J. Smith (Editor-In-Chief)This is the first international reference work for housing scholars and professionals, that uses studies in economics and finance, psychology, social policy, sociology, anthropology, geography, architecture, law, and other disciplines to create an international portrait of housing in all its facets: from meanings of home at the microscale, to impacts on macro-economy. This seven-volume set contains over 500 entries, listed alphabetically, but grouped into seven thematic sections including methods and approaches; economics and finance; environments; home and homelessness; institutions; policy; and welfare and well-being.
Real Estate Economics by Nicholas G. PirounakisA point-to-point handbookintroduces the main tools and concepts of real estate (RE) economics. It covers areas such as the relation between RE and the macro-economy, RE finance, investment appraisal, taxation, demand and supply, development, market dynamics and price bubbles, and price estimation.
Call Number: 333.33 59
Publication Date: 2013
The Routledge REITs Research Handbook by David Parker (Editor)Represents a cutting edge examination of the research into this key global investment vehicle. The Handbook is divided into two parts, the first of which provides the global context and a thematic review covering: asset allocation, performance, trading, sustainability, Islamic REITs, emerging sectors and behavioural finance. Part two presents a regional review of the issues with high level case studies from a diverse range of countries including: the USA, UK, Brazil, India, Australia, China, Singapore, Israel and Russia, to name just a few.