Research Seminars & Workshops @ IRES
Henley Business School, University of Reading
Brexit and its implications for real estate markets
The Brexit referendum produced a shock result in the UK that has reverberated around the world. What are the implications for Britain and its real estate markets, for Europe and the Global economy? One of the important lessons to be learned is the importance of political shocks to real estate markets. But is this a one-off or should political risk rise up the scale of investor concerns globally?
About the Speaker
Michael Ball is Professor of Urban and Property Economics at Henley Business School, University of Reading. His research interests span international real estate, construction and urban issues. Author of 10 books and over a 120 articles and reports. He recently jointly edited an issue of Habitat International on international housing policies, authored Markets and Institutions in Real Estate and Construction and co-authored the textbook Economics of Commercial Property Markets. He has acted as consultant and advisor to many corporate and government organisations