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ERES 2016: The largest conference in the European real estate industry

09.06.2016

The leading European real estate research conference comes to Regensburg, Germany: The 23th annual conference of the European Real Estate Society (ERES) will take place from June 8 through June 11, 2016, at the International Real Estate Business School (IREBS) in the University of Regensburg. Over the four days, more than 300 presentations about the present and future of European real estate will be given by professionals, practitioners, and researchers from all over the world.

The conference will feature constructive exchanges between researchers and practitioners on such wide-ranging topics as international real estate investment and finance, performance and risk management, and the impact of economic risk on real estate markets.

In addition, presentations on property and asset management and on marketing and communication in the real estate industry are on the program.

About IREBS - The International Real Estate Business School:

IREBS - The International Real Estate Business School is part of the University of Regensburg. With 10 chairs and professorships in law, economics, and business administration, as well as 15 guest and visiting professors, IREBS is dedicated to promoting executive-level education for experienced professionals in the Berlin, Frankfurt, Eltville, Hamburg, and Munich areas.

It is a vital strategic resource not only for real estate companies, construction companies, and financial institutions, but also for industrial and commercial companies, service providers, and the public sector. With the wide range of services it provides, IREBS - The International Real Estate Business School is one of the leading international academic institutes in real estate economics. www.irebs.de  

Further information about the 2016 ERES conference can be found at: www.2016.eres.org

Contact for media representatives:
Prof. Dr. Steffen Sebastian
IRE|BS International Real Estate Business School
University of Regensburg
Phone: +49 (173) 890 7203
steffen.sebastian@irebs.de

www.finance.irebs.de 

Alexander Schlaak | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft

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