In our pursuit to become the global knowledge centre on Asia’s real estate related issues, the NUS IRES set up a new IRES Research Centre, which is named as “The GLP Research Centre” at the NUS Suzhou Research Institute in China. The GLP Research Centre is supported by IRES’ unique advantages such as: strong existing networks with China’s policy-makers and real estate leaders; growing international recognition of research expertise on China’s property and hand markets, related policies and regulations; close linages and partnerships with leading universities in China and international institutions.
World’s Largest Real Estate Department: With 29 fulltime academic staff, NUS’s real estate expertise spans the real estate life cycle, from development and valuation to economics, finance and management.
No.1 Top Download on Real Estate Research: Two research papers on China by IRES topped the most downloaded list from SciVerse ScienceDirect. ScienceDirect is a leading full-text scientifi c database which offers journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and over 11,000 books.
The GLP Research Centre has the following goals:
– General knowledge on the development of China and Asia’s logistic industry, comparative studies of global logistics in advanced and emerging markets and related issues on land, policies and regulation, finance and capital markets;
– Create and prepare tomorrow’s government and industry leaders for an increasingly uncertain yet integrated future global environment through management and leadership capabilities development;
– Offer a neutral and multi-stakeholder platform and institution to analyse, identify and strategise on future challenges facing Asia, the logistics sector and related industries.