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									                            Working Papers
                                        Editor
                                    Jack Harris
                               Texas A&M University
                                 Real Estate Center
                           College Station, TX 77843-2115

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This section of the Journal lists working papers, technical reports and monographs
published by real estate centers, university real estate departments and other research
organizations. If you wish to obtain a copy of a paper, please place your orders directly
with the publishing organization. Ordering information is provided in the listing of
universities represented. Pricing information is indicated in parentheses. If your
organization is not represented in this listing and you would like it to be, please
forward a current list of publications, along with information on ordering papers, to
the co-editor at the address noted above.

                            Universities Represented
Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, Institute of Business and
Economic Research, FCREUE Publications, F602 Hass School of Business,
University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-6105 (most papers $5.00).

Center for Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies, University of Connecticut,
U-41RE, Room 426, 368 Fairfield Road, Storrs, CT 06269-2047 (all papers $5.00).

Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (http://
www.jchs.harvard.edu/publications.html).

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Information Services, 113 Brattle Street,
Cambridge, MA 02138-3400. (Papers may be downloaded free of charge at http://
www.lincolninst.edu/pubs/workingpapers.asp.)

The Departmental Secretary (Publications), Department of Land Management and
Development, University of Reading, PO Box 219, Reading RG6 6AW, United
Kingdom. (Working papers can be downloaded from www.reading.ac.uk/LM/LM/
titles2000.htm.)

Department of Real Estate, National University of Singapore. All papers can be
viewed and downloaded from http://www.rst.nus.edu.sg/research/index.asp?d
workingPapers.

Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight. All papers can be downloaded at
no cost from http://www.ofheo.gov/Research.asp.

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210    Journal of Real Estate Literature

Lusk Center for Real Estate, University of Southern California. All papers can be
downloaded at http://www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/lusk/research/papers/index.html.

Publications, The Real Estate Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
77843 (800-244-2144, price for hard copy listed after publication, all papers can be
downloaded for free from http://recenter.tamu.edu).

Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech, 1021 Prince St., Suite 100, Alexandria, VA
22314 (703-706-8100, http://www.mi.vt.edu).

Center for Urban Land Economic Research, University of Wisconsin, School of
Business. All papers $3.00. Order by phone (608-262-9816), email (khenes@
bus.wisc.edu) or Internet (http://www.bus.wisc.edu/realestate/culer/paper.htm).

                                           Working Papers
030 Empirical Techniques/Methods
Giaccotto, C., E. Gianbona and C. F. Sirmans. University of Connecticut. Modeling Autocorrelation of
Monthly Returns in Long-Horizon Event Studies: In the Case of Stock Repurchases for REITs (346).

110 Vacant Land
Gilliland, Charles; Robertson, Tooter; and Cover, Heath. Texas A&M University. Texas Rural Land Prices,
2003 (1676, $5.00).
Ooi, Joseph T. L.; Sirmans, C. F.; and Turnbull, Geoffrey K. University of Connecticut. Price Formation
under Small Numbers Competition: Evidence from Land Auctions in Singapore (349).

120 Housing
Bostic, R., S. Gabriel and G. Painter. University of Southern California. Housing Wealth, Financial Wealth,
and Consumption: New Evidence From Micro Data (2004-1005).
Davidoff, T. University of California. Maintenance and the Home Equity of the Elderly (04-290).
Dolde, W. and D. Tirtiroglu. University of Connecticut. Housing Price Volatility Changes and Their Effects
(344).
Fiadzo, E. Harvard University. Estimating the Determinants of Housing Quality: The Case of Ghana
(W04-6).
Koebel, C. T., R. E. Lang and K. A. Danielsen. Virginia Tech. Community Acceptance of Affordable
Housing.
Martin-Guerrero, A. Harvard University. An Improved Method for Estimating Homeowner Improvement
and Repair Activity Through Revisions to the Remodeling Activity Indicator (W04-4).
Ortalo-Magne, F. and A. Merlo. University of Wisconsin. Bargaining Over Residential Real Estate:
Evidence from England (06-04).
Pafenberg, F. Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight. The Single-Family Mortgage Industry in
the Internet Era: Technology Developments and Market Structure (research paper).

130 Apartments
Anari, A. Texas A&M University. Rent: Texas Style (1679, $2.50).
Goodman, J. Harvard University. Determinants of Operating Costs of Multifamily Rental Housing
(W04-7).
Harris, J. Texas A&M University. Where Have All the Renters Gone? (1678, $2.50).
Hoffman, A. Von, E. Belsky, J. DeNormandie and R. Bratt. Harvard University. America’s Working
Communities and the Impact of Multifamily Housing (W04-5).



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210 Sales Contract
Ortalo-Magne, F. and A. Merlo. University of Wisconsin. Bargaining Over Residential Real Estate:
Evidence from England (06-04).

220 Mortgages
Baker, M. J., T. Miceli and C. F. Sirmans. University of Connecticut. An Economic Theory of Mortgage
Redemption Laws (350).

310 Appraisal/Valuation/Consulting
Crosby, N., C. Hughes and J. Murdoch. University of Reading. Influences on Secured Lending Property
Valuations in the UK (14 / 04).
Mitchell, S. R. and A. Vickers. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The Impact of the Jubilee Line Extension
of the London Underground Rail Network on Land Values.

320 Brokerage
Gan, J. and T. Riddiough. University of Wisconsin. Monopoly and Informational Advantage in the
Residential Mortgage Market (04-04).

330 Development/Homebuilding
Doak, J. and N. Karadimitriou. University of Reading. Land Re-Use, Complexity and Actor-Networks: A
Framework for Research (09 / 04).
Hoffman, A. Von, E. Belsky, J. DeNormandie and R. Bratt. Harvard University. America’s Working
Communities and the Impact of Multifamily Housing (W04-5).
Lincoln Institute and Sonoran Institute. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Growing Smarter at the Edge.

340 Lending
Harris, J. Texas A&M University. Dealing from the Bottom of the Deck: Will Predators Force Sub-prime
Lending to Fold? (1684, $2.50).
Pafenberg, F. Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight. The Single-Family Mortgage Industry in
the Internet Era: Technology Developments and Market Structure (research paper).
Yongheng, D., D. Zheng and C. Ling. University of Southern California. An Early Assessment of
Residential Mortgage Performance in China (2004-1001).

360 Property Management
Goodman, J. Harvard University. Determinants of Operating Costs of Multifamily Rental Housing
(W04-7)

370 Syndication/REITs/Partnerships
Fan, G-Z., T. F. Sing, S. E. Ong and C. F. Sirmans. University of Connecticut. Governance in Asset-
Backed Securitization: Does It Matter? (348).
Giaccotto, C., E. Gianbona and C. F. Sirmans. University of Connecticut. Modeling Autocorrelation of
Monthly Returns in Long-Horizon Event Studies: In the Case of Stock Repurchases for REITs (346).
Lee, S. and S. Stevenson. University of Reading. The Case of REITs in the Mixed-Asset Portfolio in the
Short and Long Run (06 / 04).

380 Tax Assessing
Czupryna, J. J. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Assessing Land Encumbered By Conservation
Restrictions.

410 Investment/Valuation
Crosby, N. and P. McAllister. University of Reading. Liquidity in Commercial Property Markets:
Deconstructing the Transaction Process (07 / 04).
212   Journal of Real Estate Literature

Danis, M. A. Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight. Measurement of the Bid-Ask Spread in
Equity Option Markets (paper 04-2).
Devaney, S., S. Lee and M. Young. University of Reading. Serial Persistence in Individual Real Estate
Returns in the UK (13 / 04).
Gallimore, P. and P. McAllister. University of Reading. Expert Judgment in the Processes of Commercial
Property Market Forecasting (11 / 04).
Hiang, L. K. National University of Singapore. Common Factors in International Securitized Property
Markets (CRES:2004-005).
Hiang, L. K. and Q. Huang. National University of Singapore. Impact of Interest Rate Level and Volatility
on Time-Varying Excess Returns for Property Stocks: Some International Evidence (CRES:2004-006).
Hiang, L. K. M. F. Ibrahim and Q. Huang. National University of Singapore. Macroeconomic Risk and
the Real Estate Stock Markets (CRES:2004-007).
Lang, R. Virginia Tech. Valuing the Suburbs: Why Some Improvements Lower Home Prices.
Lee, S. and S. Devaney. University of Reading. County, Sector and Regional Factors in European Property
Returns (12 / 04).
Ott, S., T. Riddiough and H-C. Yi. University of Wisconsin. Cost of Capital, Investment, and Investment
Performance: Evidence from Commercial Real Estate (02-04).
Pennington-Cross, A. Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight. The Value of Foreclosed Property:
House Prices, Foreclosure Laws, and Appraisals (paper 04-1).
Winograd, B. University of Pennsylvania. Connecting the Disconnect (456).

420 Financing
Brown, D., B. Ciochetti and T. Riddiough. University of Wisconsin. Theory and Evidence on the Resolution
of Financial Distress (04-04).
Riddiough, T. University of Wisconsin. Optimal Capital Structure and the Market for Outside Finance in
Commercial Real Estate (03-04).

422 Pricing
Miller, N. and L. Peng. Real Estate Research Institute. Exploring Metropolitan Housing Price Volatility.
Ooi, J. T. L., C. F. and G. K. Turnbull. University of Connecticut. Price Formation under Small Numbers
Competition: Evidence from Land Auctions in Singapore (349).

425 Underwriting/Default
Clapp, J. M., Y. Deng and X. An. University of Southern California. Alternative Models for Competing
Risks of Mortgage Termination (2004-1002).
Yongheng, D. and S. Gabriel. University of Southern California. Are Underserved Borrowers Lower Risk?
New Evidence On the Performance and Pricing of FHA Insured Mortgages (2004-1004).
Yongheng, D., A. D. Pavlov, S. Fraser and L. Yang. University of Southern California. Spatial
Heterogeneity in Mortgage Terminations By Refinance, Sale and Default (2004-1003).
Pennington-Cross, A. Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight. The Value of Foreclosed Property:
House Prices, Foreclosure Laws, and Appraisals (paper 04-1).

430 Diversification
Hiang, L. K. National University of Singapore. Common Factors in International Securitized Property
Markets (CRES:2004-2005).
Lee, S. and S. Devaney. University of Reading. Changes in the Relative Importance of Sector and Regional
Factors: 1987-2002 (12 / 04).
Lee, S. and S. Devaney. University of Reading. County, Sector and Regional Factors in European Property
Returns (12 / 04).
Lee, S. and S. Devaney. University of Reading. The Cyclical Behaviour of Sector and Regional
Diversification Benefits: 1987-2002 (08 / 04).


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Lee, S. and S. Stevenson. University of Reading. The Case of REITs in the Mixed-Asset Portfolio in the
Short and Long Run (06 / 04).
Lee, S. and S. Stevenson. University of Reading. Real Estate in the Mixed-Asset Portfolio: The Question
of Consistency (10 / 04).

450 Renovation
Doak, J. and N. Karadimitriou. University of Reading. Land Re-Use, Complexity and Actor-Networks: A
Framework for Research (09 / 04).
Martin-Guerrero, A. Harvard University. An Improved Method for Estimating Homeowner Improvement
and Repair Activity Through Revisions to the Remodeling Activity Indicator (W04-4).

500 Government Policy/Planning
Cisneros, H. G. Harvard University. Homes for Americans in the 21st Century: Challenges and
Opportunities for the Nation (M03-2).

510 Land Use Controls/Zoning
Feldman, M. M. A. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. An Annotated Bibliography on Property Taxes,
Planning and Development.
Mitchell, S. R. and A. J. M. Vickers. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The Impact of the Jubilee Line
Extension of the London Underground Rail Network on Land Values.
Nechyba, T. J. and R. P. Walsh. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Urban Sprawl.

530 Property Taxes
Bowman, J. H. and M. E. Bell. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Implications of a Split-Rate Property
Tax.
Feldman, M. M. A. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. An Annotated Bibliography on Property Taxes,
Planning and Development.
McCluskey, W. J. and R. C. Franzsen. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The Basis of the Property Tax.
McGill, G. and F. Plimmer. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. An Examination into the Effects of Land
Value Taxation in the UK.
Sebastian, J. S. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Policy Options for the Taxation of Agriculture Land and
Agricultural Income in India.
Skaburskis, A. and R. Tomalty. University of Pennsylvania. Can Property Taxes and Development charges
Help Shape Metropolitan Areas? (458).
Venkatesh, H. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Local Public Finance.

560 Government Policy
Bates, L. J. and R. E. Santerre. University of Connecticut. Leviathan in the Crosshairs (347).
Goodwin, B., A. Mishra and F. Ortalo-Magne. University of Wisconsin. Landowners’ Riches: The
Distribution of Agricultural Subsidies (01-04).

700 Macro Trends/Market Analysis
Dotzour, M. Texas A&M University. World of Change: U.S. Economy Evolves to Survive (1686, $2.50).
Hunt, H. Texas A&M University. Shifting Gears: Mexico Fights for Position in Global Race (1682, $2.50).
Kucharska-Stasiak, E. and G. Matysiak. University of Reading. The Transition of the Polish Real Estate
Market within a Central and Eastern European Context (16 / 04).

710 Demographics/Population
Davidoff, T. University of California. Income Sorting: Measurement and Decomposition (04-291).
Gabriel, S. and S. S. Rosenthal. University of Southern California. Homeownership in the 1980s and
1990s: Aggregate Trends and Racial Gaps (2004-1009).
214   Journal of Real Estate Literature

Gabriel, S. and G. Painter. University of Southern California. Mobility, Residential Location, and the
American Dream: The Intra-Metropolitan Geography of Minority Homeownership (2004-1006).
Gordon, P., B. Lee and H. W. Richardson. University of Southern California. Travel Trends in U.S. Cities:
2000 Census Commuting Results (2004-1007).
Lang, R. E. Virginia Tech. The Megapolitan South.
Murdock, S. Texas A&M University. Riding the Wave: Demographics Key to Real Estate Markets (1680,
$2.50).
Painter, G. and Z. Yu. University of Southern California. Leaving Gateway Metropolitan Areas: Immigrants
and the Housing Market (2004-1008).
Wallace, N. E. and D. Wells. University of California. Agglomeration Economics and the High Tech
Computer (04-292).

720 Cycles
Devaney, S., S. Lee and M. Young. University of Reading. Serial Persistence in Individual Real Estate
Returns in the UK (13 / 04).
Krystaloyianni, A., G. Matysiak and S. Tsolacos. University of Reading. Forecasting UK Real Estate Cycle
Phases With Leading Indicators: A Probit Approach (15 / 04).
Lee, S. and S. Devaney. University of Reading. The Cyclical Behaviour of Sector and Regional
Diversification Benefits: 1987-2002 (08 / 04).
Pavlov, A. and S. Wachter. University of Pennsylvania. Real Estate Crashes and Bank Lending (451).

800 Real Estate Law
Baker, M. J., T. Miceli and C. F. Sirmans. University of Connecticut. An Economic Theory of Mortgage
Redemption Laws (350).




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