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Title: Towards Sustainable Property Investment: Perspective from Asian Emerging Markets
Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, Environmental Sustainability, Real Estate Investment, Green Price Premium, Asia Emerging Markets
Issue Date: 11-Jan-2013
Citation: LI ZHILIANG (2013-01-11). Towards Sustainable Property Investment: Perspective from Asian Emerging Markets. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This PhD thesis bundles three empirical essays on the topic of sustainable property investment in Asia, aiming to help understand the financial economic merits of environmental sustainability and the broader concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in real estate industry. Although the CSR principles have been growingly embraced among academia and practitioners, whether investing in environmental sustainability and energy efficiency in real estate industry, especially in Asia, aligns with fiduciary responsibilities remains largely under-addressed. Thus, this thesis seeks to provide the first in-depth research in Asia on the financial merits associated with different types of property investments based on environmental sustainability principles, and ultimately contributes to the extant literatures of green building economics.
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