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Winner of ULI UK Academic Prize


This year’s ULI UK Academic Prize, awarded in partnership with The Journal of Economic Geography (JOEG) and Oxford University Press, has been awarded to Tom Kemeny, Southampton University and Maryann Feldman, Frank Ethridge, and Ted Zoller, University of North Carolina for their paper on The Economic Value of Local Social Networks The Urban Land Institute/Journal of Economic Geography (JOEG) prize is awarded annually to the author(s) of the best JOEG paper published online in the previous calendar year.  Information on previous year’s winners. To be eligible for the prize, the … Read More

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Last Chance to Apply – ULI UK University Scholarship Programme

The ULI UK Scholarship Programme has been created to provide opportunities for students from eminent UK universities to engage with ULI and the wider real estate industry. The selected students will receive a year’s membership to ULI and complimentary attendance to ULI UK Young Leader events. The programme aims to create stronger links between universities, their students and the ULI UK Young Leaders Committee in order to provide a substantial network for students’ post-graduation. The successful applicant will be asked to attend and provide an analytical write up of events … Read More

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Research Insights Series –  Proximity matters

Location, location, location. For a long time those words were applied to explain the critical factors driving the performance of real estate focusing on the location of the building in its local market and the performance of the local market but are other dimensions of location that are important? As the world becomes increasingly well connected, horizons have stretched and investors seek diversification opportunities in regions far away from home. However, does this diversification come at a price? The first event of the ULI UK ‘Research Insights’ series held on … Read More

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