ARES and the Formation of the International Real Estate Society
Elaine Worzala ()
Journal of Real Estate Research, 1996, vol. 12, issue 2, 167-182
Since 1991 the American Real Estate Society (ARES) Board has been working with representatives from around the world to establish an umbrella organization--the International Real Estate Society (IRES). The intent of the organization is to link real estate researchers and educators on an international basis. This paper highlights the progress that has been made and the role ARES has played in establishing IRES, as well as the two new regional societies--the European Real Estate Society and the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society. Along with ARES, these organizations were the founding members of the International Real Estate Society.
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