Canberra, Australia

2020 - The 26th Annual PRRES Conference in Canberra, Australia

The Built Environment Beyond 2020
January 19 - 22, 2020
Canberra, Australia

Potential Topics

Housing Markets, Economics and Policy; Green Buildings & Environmental Policies; Corporate Real Estate; Asset, Property & Facility Management; IT and Real Estate; International Real Estate; Marketing & Communication in Property; Market Research, Analysis & Forecasting; PPF, PPP & Infrastructures; Performance and Risk Management; Property Development; Property & Urban Economics; Real Estate Finance & Investment; Property Education; Property Valuation; Real Estate Portfolio Management; Tax and Legal Issues in Property; Special Interest Topics - Big Data, Prop Tech, Reg Tech, The Ageing Population; Other;

Peer Review

PRRES 2020 is offering double blind review of full papers. These papers will be published on the PRRES Inc. website

Thank you to our conference organisers

Conference Chair:

Hera Antoniades -

Conference Proceedings Editor:

Graham Squires -

Proceedings from the 26th Annual Conference PRRES Conference

Delegate Papers

Papers shown as "refereed" have been refereed through a peer review process involving an expert international board of referees headed by Dr Dulani Halvitigala. Full papers were refereed with authors being required to make any changes prior to presentation at the conference and subsequent publication as a refereed paper in these proceedings.   Non-refereed presentations may be presented at the conference without a full paper and hence not all non-refereed presentations and/or papers appear in these proceedings.  All authors retain the copyright in their individual papers.

Keynote Speakers

Dr Sorada Tapsuwan

Dr Sorada Tapsuwan

Dr Sorada Tapsuwan is a Senior Research Scientist (specialisation in environmental and natural resource economics) with the CSIRO Land & Water. Her work centres around the application of economic instruments to assist in efficient and equitable management of scarce natural resources. She is an expert in non-market valuation and has valued environmental assets using a variety of techniques, including contingent valuation, choice modelling, travel cost and hedonic property price methods, across a wide area of research domains, such as marine park management, urban water demand and supply management, rural and irrigation water management, transportation, land use management, technology adoption, biosecurity management and climate change.

Prof Graeme Newell

Prof Graeme Newell

Graeme Newell is Professor on Property Investment at Western Sydney University; he has over 40 years’ experience in property education and research. Graeme has strong links to the property industry; both in Australia and internationally. He has published extensively in the property journals such as Journal of Real Estate Research, Journal of Property Research and Journal of Property Investment and Finance, as well as having obtained significant research funding over many years. Graeme has strong links to PRRES since it was established, as well as to ERES, ARES, AsRES and IRES