The Role of the American Real Estate Society in Defining and Promulgating the Study of Real Estate
As an applied discipline in the business field, real property is both multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary. This article explores the relationship between real property and other academic disciplines and professional fields. While there is no central theorem around which all real property topics cluster, there are several topics critical to understanding and resolving issues. The role of ARES in exploring these topics is discussed and an agenda proposed for ARES to implement in furthering the study of real property.
Volume (Year): 12 (1996)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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