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2007 International Conference

Held for the first time in 1992, AREUEA's annual International Conference over the years has become the leading conference to address global developments in international topics that affect real estate and urban economics. AREUEA membership now include individuals and libraries from over 45 countries around the world.

For information about previous International conferences, please see the conference archive section.

General Conference Information
The 12th Asian Real Estate Society International Conference will take place in The Macau Tower, Macau, China during July 9-12, 2007; and The Wynn Macau will be the official conference hotel. The conference will provide a forum for academics, practitioners and policymakers in the areas of real estate market, real estate finance, development and investment, housing and urban planning, hospitality and tourism development, urban economics, regulation and government policy to exchange ideas on important issues. Participants can fully relax and enjoy the summer in the Orient, while simultaneously sharing academic and research ideas in the conference. In addition to paper sessions covering current theoretical and applied research, the conference will feature special panel discussion sessions by both academic and practitioners on issues about Asia and rest of the world. There will also be Chinese paper sessions, sessions on hospitality issues, post sessions and PhD student session in the program. Academics and practitioners are invited to submit and present papers in this stimulating environment.
For more information, contact our International Conference Chair: Rose Lai


Business Administration


University of Macau


Av. Pe. Tomas Pereira S. J. Taipa, Macau


Macau, AL \, China


Phone: 0118533974744
FAX: 0118538383200


roselai@umac.mo


Conference Announcements


Registration & Hotel Information
Located on the Southeast coast of China and 37 miles south of Hong Kong, Macau used to be a Portuguese colony for 450 years, and was handed over back to China in 1999. Under the long history of European influence, Macau has become the “window where West meets East”. The Portuguese culture and its architecture are well preserved. In almost nowhere in the world will you see a Chinese temple right next to a catholic church. In fact, the World Heritage Committee has inscribed Macau as the “The Historic Centre of Macau” on UNESCO’s prestigious World Heritage List in 2005. Macau is also famous for its food. The mix of Chinese and Portuguese styles has generated a unique type of cuisine that draws any tourists every year.

For more information, please download the PDF version of this announcement.

 
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