Journal of Property Investment & Finance: Volume 25 Issue 5


Table of contents - Special Issue: World Valuation Congress 2006

Guest Editors: James Baxter

Expanding the academic discipline of real estate valuation: A historical perspective with implications for the future

Kerry D. Vandell

This paper aims to trace the evolution of the theory and practice of valuation of real estate interests. Using a historical perspective, especially in the context of recent…


Re‐engineering a valuation degree: how did we get here and where do we go?

James S. Baxter

This paper aims to review property and valuation education within the university context, using the experience of program re‐development at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia…


What we do and can do for a living: Expanding the role of the real estate profession

Sing‐cheong Liu, Mark Wang, Bo‐sin Tang, Siu‐wai Wong

This paper aims to present the authors' opinions about the impacts of globalization on real estate profession and some essential changes of real estate business service.


Where is the world of property valuation for taxation purposes going?

David Tretton

The paper's purpose is to review the growth of computer supported valuation models and the increased access via information technology to property data in the world of property…


Market value and depreciated replacement cost: contradictory or complementary?

Nick French, Laura Gabrielli

In January 2005, the International Valuation Standards Committee (IVSC) published the International Valuation Guidance Note No. 8 entitled The Cost Approach for Financial

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