The journal is published by RTU in collaboration with two partner universities in the Baltic Region - Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia) and Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania).
The objectives of the journal are to extend the fundamental knowledge of real estate market and civil construction and to provide information that would help the industry practitioners and entrepreneurs, as well as academic staff to increase the efficiency, productivity and competitiveness of real estate and construction market. We invite authors publish their articles in the journal, reflecting the topical research that would be useful for making business decisions in such areas as sustainable development and management of sound environment, devoting special attention to real estate and construction market analyses and assessment.
Currently known as: Baltic Journal of Real Estate Economics and Construction Management (2013 - current). Previous issues: Vol.2013 (1) and Vol.2014 (2) are available at: https://bjreecm-journals.rtu.lv/about/history Formerly known as: Building Entrepreneurship and Real Estate Development, ISSN 2243-6030 (2011 - 2012)
Why subscribe and read
The journal articles reflect diverse research results concerning real estate sector, related sectors and interacting branches of science in the context of contemporary market development, which allows classifying the journal in the category of interdisciplinary scientific journals. The Baltic Journal of Real Estate Economics and Construction Management covers the following research directions:
property and real estate finance;
property development; property valuation;
property and real estate practice management;
budgeting and financial controls;
enhancing residential property value;
real estate valuation and investment;
innovations in residential management;
sustainability and housing development;
information technologies in property management;
mathematical methods in property management;
theoretical and conceptual frameworks for real estate economic and construction management;
sustainable real estate market development policies;
alternative economic paradigms in real estate and civil construction;
life cycle development and assessment of buildings, facilities and real estate;
life cycle assessment of housing;
legislation of sustainable real estate development;
social, economic and political aspects of sustainable construction development;
the choice of sustainable design and materials;
sustainable development systems, their application in civil construction and real estate;
sustainable development strategies, approaches and methods;
sustainable development problems, opportunities and solutions to entrepreneurship and management;
issues of sustainable development in construction, manufacturing, health care;
the role of education in sustainable development;
environmental impact assessment;
other related fields.
All manuscripts are subject to double blind peer review by two internationally recognised experts. The journal has neither article processing charges (APCs) nor article submission charges.
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Dr. Tatjana Štaube, Riga Technical University, Latvia Msc. Linda Kauškale, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Prof. Suresh P Sethi, University of Texas at Dallas, United States of America Prof. Arturas Kaklauskas, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Prof. Remigijs Počs, Latvian Academy of Sciences, Member, Latvia Prof. Roode Liias, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia Dr. Woodrow W. Clark II, Clark Strategic Partners, United States of America
Editorial Board Members
Dr. Jonas Šaparauskas, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Prof. Jelena Stankevičienė, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Prof. Yu Gu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China Prof. Jana Šelih, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Prof. Andrea Pődör, Óbuda University, Hungary Prof. Namejs Zeltiņš, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvian Member Committee of the World Energy Council, Latvia Prof. Yuri Merkuryev, Riga Technical University, Latvia Prof. Andris Krēsliņš, Riga Technical University, Latvia Dr. Natalija Lepkova, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Prof. Bronius Neverauskas, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania Dr. Jenny Paulsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Prof. Leonid Melnyk, Sumy State University, Ukraine Dr. Sanda Geipele, Riga Technical University, Latvia Prof. Attilio Coletta, Tuscia University, Italy Prof. Sabina Źróbek, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland Dr. Tine Köhler, ILS - Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Germany Prof. Andreas Hendricks, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany Prof. Ahad Ali, Lawrence Technological University, United States of America Prof. Martin Weischer, Münster University of Applied Sciences, Germany Prof. Olegas Prentkovskis, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Dr. Jurga Naimavičiene, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Dr. Loreta Kanapeckiene, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Prof. Ivan Potravnyy, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Russia Prof. Frank Riemenschneider, Münster University of Applied Sciences, Germany Prof. Tatjana Tambovceva, Riga Technical University, Latvia Dr. Jānis Priede, University of Latvia, Latvia Prof. Jānis Vanags, Riga Technical University, Latvia Dr. Jānis Kaminskis, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland Prof. Maija Šenfelde, Riga Technical University, Latvia Dr. Armands Auziņš, Riga Technical University, Latvia Prof. Carlo Giacomo Prato, University of Queensland, Australia Dr. Yener Coşkun, Izmir University of Economics, Capital Markets Board of Turkey, Turkey Dr. Gita Actiņa, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia