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Jackson, PhD, MAI, Jennifer Pitts, and Stephanie Norwood, commented extensively the recent article "Contingent Valuation and Real Estate Damages Estimation," which was published the Journal of Real Estate Literature (JREL).
Diversification issues in real estate investment, Journal of Real Estate Literature, 7(2).
He is also a member of the editorial board of a number of major real estate industry publications, including: the Journal of Real Estate Research, the Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, the Real Estate Capital Markets Report, and the Journal of Real Estate Literature.
Pedrozo, "Essays on Market Efficiency in Real Estate, Dissertation Abstract," Journal of Real Estate Literature (6:1, 1998): 59.
Land Use Rights Reform and the Real Estate Market in China," Journal of Real Estate Literature (1994): 199-211.
Marks, "Functional Requirements of a Geographic Information System for Performing Real Estate Research and Analysis," Journal of Real Estate Literature (January, 1993): 1, 49-64.