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Diversity in real estate research: reflections on the contribution of the Journal of European Real Estate Research

Diversity in real estate research: reflections on the contribution of the Journal of European... Editorial Diversity in real estate research: reflections on the contribution of the Journal of European Real Estate Research The Journal of European Real Estate Research (JERER), in terms of its recent origin, is often seen as “the new kid on the block” across the collection of real estate journals. However now into its ninth volume, the journal is maturing and proving to be the journal of choice for many authors seeking a publication outlet for their research. JERER attracts a diversity of authors, many from academia but with an increasing number from practice and the wider real estate community. This is a welcomed feature and serves to widen the scope of real estate research within Europe, one of the primary goals of the European Real Estate Society (ERES). In this respect, recognition as the official journal of ERES has been extremely important in the development of the Journal. The diversity of authorship is also apparent in the wide scope of papers published by the Journal. Unlike other journals in the real estate field, JERER publishes papers across all themes relevant to real estate and does not seek to limit publication to particular sectors of the market. Likewise the Journal http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of European Real Estate Research Emerald Publishing

Diversity in real estate research: reflections on the contribution of the Journal of European Real Estate Research

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1753-9269
DOI
10.1108/JERER-05-2016-0020
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Editorial Diversity in real estate research: reflections on the contribution of the Journal of European Real Estate Research The Journal of European Real Estate Research (JERER), in terms of its recent origin, is often seen as “the new kid on the block” across the collection of real estate journals. However now into its ninth volume, the journal is maturing and proving to be the journal of choice for many authors seeking a publication outlet for their research. JERER attracts a diversity of authors, many from academia but with an increasing number from practice and the wider real estate community. This is a welcomed feature and serves to widen the scope of real estate research within Europe, one of the primary goals of the European Real Estate Society (ERES). In this respect, recognition as the official journal of ERES has been extremely important in the development of the Journal. The diversity of authorship is also apparent in the wide scope of papers published by the Journal. Unlike other journals in the real estate field, JERER publishes papers across all themes relevant to real estate and does not seek to limit publication to particular sectors of the market. Likewise the Journal

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Journal of European Real Estate ResearchEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 1, 2016

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