Special Issue "Sustainable Policies to Reduce the Negative Impact of Globalization on Underdeveloped or Developing Countries"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2022) | Viewed by 4103
Interests: econometric models; mass appraisal; real estate market; risk management; urban and real estate economics; real estate investments; building management; economic valuation of real estate investment projects; environmental economics; transport economics; sustainability; knowledge management; corporate valuation
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Sustainability: Real Estate Economics, Management and Investments
Special Issue in Sustainability: Sustainable Real Estate: Management, Assessment and Innovations
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Topics: Sustainable Real Estate and Resilient Cities: Management, Assessment and Innovations
Interests: valuation; investment; urban sustainability; real estate; urban development; property valuation; property management; real estate valuation; environmental economics; real estate management
Interests: public-private partnership risk assessment; indicators-based assessment systems; urban and real estate economics; mass appraisal; building transformations; real estate investments; feasibility analysis of urban regeneration projects; real estate market; sustainable urban development; econometric models
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In the transition to a post-carbon economy and sustainable societies, countries and cities will be faced with new and un predictable challenges. This Special Issue focuses on uncovering how to improve the resilience of cities and regions in order to reduce existing and emerging conflicts over resources and their use in light of globalization aspects, environmental deterioration and climate change.
The development of strategies that simultaneously enhance the quality of life, promote economic prosperity and reduce impacts on the environment is a difficult task and requires approaches encompassing the foresight of long-term trends that influence urban development and the assessment of socio-economic consequences resulting from various prosecutable pathways.
These issues require the evaluation of aspects referring to environmental, social, and economic domains, such as improvement in energy policies, economic benefits for private users, environmental externalities, and so on. In these domains, it is of particular importance to provide the decision makers with evaluation tools capable of considering the complexity of the impacts, thus leading to the most sustainable solutions being chosen.
The SI mainly aims to collect contributions about possible evaluation methodologies regarding the above issues (but is not limited to this topic), discussing to what extent they can be useful in real-world applications. The SI also favors emerging trends and innovative research lines in the domain of energy and ecological planning and urban management. If the energy and ecological transition is a current and important trend, the evaluation of projects, plans, and policies that aim to reach post-carbon targets are equally relevant. The scale of application for potential papers mainly refers to regional or urban levels.
Prof. Dr. Pierfrancesco De Paola
Dr. Francesco Paolo Del Giudice
Dr. Debora Anelli
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- energy investment and policy
- decision support systems
- approaches, methods and tools to evaluate ecological transition
- post-carbon cities
- climate change
- underdeveloped countries
- new urban governance approaches
- real estate mangement, assessment and innovations
- urban development
- urban economics
- urban regeneration
- approaches, methods and tools to promote or evaluate green deals
- approaches, methods and tools to promote or evaluate green buildings
- new research fields