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Office markets & public policy / Colin Jones.

By: Jones, Colin, 1949 January 13-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Real estate issues (Oxford, England): Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118554333 ( ePub); 1118554337 ( ePub); 9781118554319 (MobiPocket); 1118554310 (MobiPocket); 9781118554326 (Adobe PDF); 1118554329 (Adobe PDF); 9781118554302; 1118554302; 1299277683; 9781299277687.Other title: Office markets and public policy.Subject(s): Office buildings | Central business districts | City planning | Land use, Urban | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Real Estate -- Commercial | Central business districts | City planning | Land use, Urban | Office buildings | Central business districtsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Office markets & public policyDDC classification: 333.33/87 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Introduction -- Market fundamentals -- Submarkets and the changing nature of the traditional central business district -- Decentralisation and edge city office centres -- Investment, risk premiums and office market dynamics -- Public policy and competitiveness -- Green offices, office markets and sustainability -- Market changes and challenges -- References -- Index.
Summary: Changing business needs brought about by the information technology revolution in recent decades, as well as the drive toward sustainability, require a complete rethink by urban planners and policy makers about the conservation of historical centers and the types and locations of office buildings. This book analyzes these processes and policy areas, offering a broad, international perspective on the myriad issues involved in office markets, including supply and demand, property investment, spatial structure of local office markets, planning policies, and the long term sustainability of cities.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Introduction -- Market fundamentals -- Submarkets and the changing nature of the traditional central business district -- Decentralisation and edge city office centres -- Investment, risk premiums and office market dynamics -- Public policy and competitiveness -- Green offices, office markets and sustainability -- Market changes and challenges -- References -- Index.

Changing business needs brought about by the information technology revolution in recent decades, as well as the drive toward sustainability, require a complete rethink by urban planners and policy makers about the conservation of historical centers and the types and locations of office buildings. This book analyzes these processes and policy areas, offering a broad, international perspective on the myriad issues involved in office markets, including supply and demand, property investment, spatial structure of local office markets, planning policies, and the long term sustainability of cities.

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