CIRRE (Conference of interdisciplinary research on real estate) unites researchers and professionals to start a dialogue about interdisciplinary research, its influence on the built environment, and interactions with stakeholders in an international, scientific and professional perspective.
The aim of the conference is to present and publish new, contemporary, and quality research, including conceptual and empirical research papers. The papers are subject to double blind peer review. The conference is open and encourages the use of various research methods (conceptual development, various univariate and multivariate quantitative methods, various qualitative methods including case studies, action research, demographic, ethnographic research etc.).
Our social environment is rapidly changing and has a large impact on future real estate propositions, both physically and digitally. As such, interdisciplinary research into real estate provides orientation for aligning real estate versatilely with future social issues across the spectrum with the following ten themes: (1) Real Estate Studies and Analysis, (2) Sustainability in Environment, Economic, Social and Cultural context, (3) Market and Marketability, (4) Facilities Management, (5) Urban planning and Design, (6) Housing and Rural-Urban studies, (7) Socio-Economic, Psychological, Living environment, Demographic researcher, (8), Business, Economics and Management, (9) Policy and Practice and (10) Research methods.
More information about the Conference can be found on https://www.cirre.eu/.