||Changing and emerging patterns in American and European real estate education: trends and a case study
||Most university-based real estate education in America is housed in business schools and much of that in finance departments while in Europe it takes place in more diverse contexts including architecture and planning schools. These differences result in competing perspectives and possibilities but as globalization progresses, the changes afoot may allow one to incorporate features from the other. This presentation deals with trends and features of American real estate education manifest in a business school, in comparison with those in a real estate program in a European architecture, building and planning school.
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APPEL-MEULENBROEK, Rianne (2008).
Changing and emerging patterns in American and European real estate education: trends and a case study. 4th ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, December 5-6 2008,