Barometer for municipal real estate: developments from 2008 until 2015

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    Originele taal-2English
    TitelBook of proceedings
    Subtitel23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference
    UitgeverijERES
    Pagina's490-504
    StatusPublished - 2016
    Evenement23rd Annual European Real Estate Society (ERES) Conference 2016 - IRE|BS International Real Estate Business School, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
    Duur: 8 jun 201611 jun 2016
    Congresnummer: 23rd
    http://eres.org/index.php/annual-congress

    Conference

    Conference23rd Annual European Real Estate Society (ERES) Conference 2016
    Verkorte titelERES 2016
    LandGermany
    StadRegensburg
    Periode8/06/1611/06/16
    Internet adres

    Keywords

    • vastgoed
    • gemeenten (overheid)

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    van den Beemt, A., & Veuger, J. (2016). Barometer for municipal real estate: developments from 2008 until 2015. In Book of proceedings: 23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference (blz. 490-504). [224] ERES.
    van den Beemt, Annette ; Veuger, Jan. / Barometer for municipal real estate : developments from 2008 until 2015. Book of proceedings: 23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference. ERES, 2016. blz. 490-504
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    van den Beemt, A & Veuger, J 2016, Barometer for municipal real estate: developments from 2008 until 2015. in Book of proceedings: 23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference., 224, ERES, blz. 490-504, 23rd Annual European Real Estate Society (ERES) Conference 2016, Regensburg, Germany, 8/06/16.

    Barometer for municipal real estate : developments from 2008 until 2015. / van den Beemt, Annette; Veuger, Jan.

    Book of proceedings: 23rd Annual European Real Estate Society Conference. ERES, 2016. blz. 490-504 224.

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