2015 International Conference on Real Estate and Urban Economics (REUE 2015) ( May 24-26, 2015 Beijing, China )
2015 International Conference on Real Estate and Urban Economics (REUE 2015) will be held from May 24 to 26, 2015 in Beijing, China. This conference will cover issues on Real Estate and Urban Economics. We cordially invite you to submit or recommend papers to our conference through paper submission system.
Topics (not limited to)
• Urban economics
• Corporate finance
• Migration of population
• Integration of urban and rural areas
• National central city
• City or metropolitan circle
• Housing system and security
• Housing economics and finance
• Commercial real estate
• Real estate finance
• Leasehold and rental markets
Call for Speakers and TPC Members
If you wish to serve the conference as an invited speaker or a TPC member, please send email to us with your CV and photo.
Benefits of Invited Speakers
• Your latest research results will be shared and acknowledged by scholars around the world.
• The title and abstract of your speech will be posted on the conference website and program booklets.
• The title and abstract of your speech will be published in the journal.
• You can enjoy a free registration.
Benefits of TPC Members
• Your CV will be posted on the conference website.
• You can enjoy a 50% discount on the regular registration.
Call for Co-Organizers
If you are interested to be our Co-Organizer, you can contact via email.
Benefits of Co-Organizers
• The logo of your organization will be posted on the conference website as well as in all the conference materials.
• The members of your organization can enjoy a discount (10% off ) on the regular registration.
Paper or Abstract Submission Due: February 11, 2015
Conference: May 24-26, 2015
Early Bird Registration due for Accepted Paper or Abstract: 10 days after acceptance notification
Early Bird Registration due for Audience: March 25, 2015
Tel: +86 18627737240
Session supported by the IGU Urban commission 2012-2016:
Complex Urban Systems
Urban systems have seen radical changes in recent decades and will continue to evolve. National, continental and global urban systems provide the frameworks for analyses of the role and function of twenty-first century cities. Features such as city size, economic specialization, migration and interaction all influence the place of cities within the hierarchy of urban places. Arguably, transport and communication technologies are particularly important to an understanding of the control functions of cities. Obvious questions emerge surrounding processes and differential development paths taken while the role of government and contribution of various actors is increasingly explored. The IGU Urban Commission proposes a session on ‘Complex Urban Systems’ where presentations, debates and international comparisons are identified and where the accelerated growth of a limited number of global command centres in the highly connected world of electronic communications, finance, trade, and rapid travel are discussed. While the main focus is upon places at the upper end of the hierarchy it is also important to consider the impacts of change on smaller, often declining, less well connected places throughout the remainder of the urban hierarchy.
Joining the session
Interested participants should
1- send an abstract of max 250 words to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. We will give quickly our agreement to program it in the session: the committee is composed by 3 members of the IGU Urban commission 2012-2016.
2- register first for the conference and then submit their abstract in the regular way (through the AAG website: http://www.aag.org/cs/annualmeeting/register).
3- Finally send the registration code (PIN) they receive to the Session organizer, email@example.com, no later than 22th October 2012. Please note that the PIN is activated only after Authors have paid the conference fee AND have submitted the abstract. We will then mention all registration codes that will be in our session.
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Abstracts deadline on the 30th of April.
Each paper session will be a full 30'. We are considering panels on social media, geography, political networks, organisational behaviour, theory and methodology among others. We like to facilitate teams of colleagues that would want to present on a themed panel. Please contact us if you would like to make a 'team submission'.
We are able to offer a number of grants to PhD Students.
We have put online abstracts from the list of short courses that will be offered between the 5 & 6th of July. These include nodeXL, tnet, RSiena, Visone, Gephi and ERGM among others. We also intend to organise a 'state of the art session' as part of the main programme.
Abstracts of the keynotes by Mario Diani, Katie Faust and David Knoke to be soon online.
In 2009 the generous hospitality of the Business School of Greenwich University extended to organising a barbeque and jazz band, an active evening entertainment programme, and a keynote delivered over drinks while on a cruise on the river Thames.
Looking forward to your suggestions and input in delivering a vibrant event.
And don't forget submitting your abstract in time.
Dimitris Christopoulos & Bruce Cronin
for the conference academic committee
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