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Dr. Yongheng Deng “Understanding the Risk of China’s Local Government Debts and Its Linkage with Property Markets”

Summary The intertwining of local Chinese housing markets with government fiscal policies coincides with the significant economic growth in China over the past 25-years. This connection is the direct result

World Real Estate Forum

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Kairos coming to MIT Center for Real Estate this Spring

Want to know how development really works in Boston? Maybe swing over to Cambridge this spring for some classes at MIT. Kairos Shen will be teaching a four-part seminar titled “Common

Professor Saiz says that some language skills could be more rewarding than others.

The world’s languages, in seven maps and charts Rick Noack, Lazaro Gamio Thursday 31 December 2015 There are about 1,300 languages in the Pacific, and 1,064 in South and North

Will A Fed Interest Rate Hike Slow The Housing Recovery?

The Federal Reserve is expected to start raising interest rates later this week, and anyone who’s ever bought a house — or thought about it — knows that if mortgage

Fernanda Sánchez Attolini is awarded the inaugural Scholarship for Real Estate Excellence

Fernanda Sánchez Attolini, a current MSRED graduate student from Mexico City and rising professional in the real estate industry, has received the inaugural Scholarship for Real Estate Excellence established by the Society

MSRED Winter Externships

During MIT’s Independent Activities Period (IAP),  MSRED students have the chance to take part in an externship opportunity. This year we have 16 students participating in externships at eleven firms

MIT Professor Albert Saiz to Deliver Keynote Speech on Real Estate at PERE Growth Forum in Dubai

The PERE Growth Forum focuses on real estate capital flows between the Middle East, Africa and the mature markets. During the conference, participants will gain insights from leading figures on

Professor Albert Saiz answers the question: What would happen to Boston if all of the students suddenly left?

Experts say it wouldn’t end well. BY: EMILY ANDERSON Boston.com Boston has a lot of schools. A lot of schools. So many that it’s almost impossible to imagine Boston without its

Dr. Daniel Abramson – In Search Of Resilience: Cases of Community-Engaged Research and Place-Based Development in China

Daniel Abramson is currently an Associate Professor of Urban Design and Planning at the University of Washington. He received his PhD in Urban Planning from Tsinghua University (1998). His areas of

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