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Title: International direct real estate asset allocation : A fuzzy decision-making approach
Authors: SU HUIYONG
Keywords: Direct real estate, fuzzy set theory
Issue Date: 21-May-2008
Source: SU HUIYONG (2008-05-21). International direct real estate asset allocation : A fuzzy decision-making approach. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The classical Markowitz mean-variance asset allocation framework needs to be enhanced in order to capture the multi-causal factors influencing international and direct real estate investing. A fuzzy decision-making approach can be a more intuitive and a rigorous alternative in this regard. The aim of this dissertation is to enhance the classical Markowitz mean-variance asset allocation framework through making it more appropriate for decision-making in international and direct real estate investing. The dissertation utilizes the Jones Lang Lasalle Real Estate Intelligence-Asia office-sector dataset in order to integrate the fuzzy decision-making approach with the classical Markowitzb s asset allocation mean-variance framework. The findings indicate that the new and estimated FSAA model and FTAA models can be the appropriate ones to enhance decision-making in international and direct real estate investing.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/13282
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