AREUEA was originated at the 1964 meeting of the Allied Social Science Association in Chicago. AREUEA grew from discussions of individuals that recognized a need for more information and analysis in the fields of real estate development, planning and economics.
Over more than 45 years AREUEA has grown to be the leader in supporting and promoting real estate & urban economics research of the utmost quality.
The vibrancy of AREUEA has been and will continue to be based on individuals who support and believe in the mission of the organization.
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John M. Quigley Fund
AREUEA organizes three conferences a year, as well as partners with other organizations and agencies, to offer multiple opportunities designed to provide open forums for the exchange of ideas and the dissemination of research relevant to applied decision making in real estate finance and urban economics.
AREUEA-ASSA - San Diego, CA
National - Washington, DC
International - Milan, Italy
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Real Estate Economics (REE) first published in 1973 is the oldest academic journal focusing on real estate issues and is considered the premier journal for real estate related topics. The journal facilitates communication among academic researchers and industry professionals and improves the analysis of real estate decisions. Each issue of REE reaches over 8,000 academics, finance and economic professionals, libraries, government and financial institutions around the world. Published four times a year, the journal is the official publication of The American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA).
Please click here to learn more about the journal, view the current issue, view forthcoming articles, and to submit to the journal.
WREN Mentorship Pairing Program
WREN is delighted to announce a new mentorship pairing program that will seek to match junior AREUEA members with more senior members. The goal of this program is to provide early-career AREUEA members with a resource for research and professional advice outside their own departments. Toward this end, we will seek to match junior members of the profession with more senior members.
We recognize that successful mentoring relationships can take many forms and that none serves all purposes. Mentors and mentees who register for the program will have a chance to identify the type(s) of relationship they are interested in establishing, both in terms of time commitment and issues addressed.
If you are interested in participating—either as a mentor, a mentee, or both—please fill out the registration form here by April 30. Our goal is to make the first round of matches ahead of the National Conference in DC so that pairs who attend the meeting will be able to meet in person there.
We will do our best to match everyone who applies to be a mentee with a suitable mentor, but we can make no guarantees. If prospective mentees are not matched in this registration round, we will we will do our best to match you with a mentor over the course of the year. Mentors and mentees who are matched this year will also have an opportunity to re-match next year to suit changing time constraints and mentoring needs and/or capabilities.
Thank you in advance for your participation!
-The Women in Real Estate Network (WREN) Committee