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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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).
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AREUEA RFP, Executive Vice President
AREUEA is seeking a qualified person to assume the position of Executive Vice President as of July 1, 2019. The EVP performs the duties as described below and reports to the Board of Directors of the Association (the "Board"). This is a voluntary position and carries no honorarium. The EVP shall be appointed for a five-year term by a majority vote of the Board of Directors and can be relieved by a majority vote of the Board of Directors. The EVP may serve a second consecutive term.
Interested applicants should submit a short proposal outlining any specific qualifications or experience and any past support for or participation in Association activities. Our expectation is that the position will require on average of no more than 10 hours per month.
Proposals should be submitted by June 14, 2019 via email to Marsha Courchane, Executive Vice President, AREUEA, at firstname.lastname@example.org.