The Department of Real Estate and Construction Management is Sweden’s leading academic institution for education and research in law, economics, administration, and finance as they pertain to construction, real estate development, and real estate management.
The Department’s key areas of concern include:
Issues of authorization in urban construction, land development, responsibility for and financing of infrastructure, plan implementation and property line adjustments, expropriation and questions of compensation.
Housing and rental law, property management, property assessment, market analysis, price formation in residential and commercial properties, real estate from the perspective of investment as well as from that of macroeconomics.
Project management and communication in the construction process, project development, program writing, design management, construction project management, organization, information management and experience feedback, project management support, the logistics and information technology of construction.
The role of the financial sector in building society; customer relations in banking, finance and insurance; the business models of banking and financial companies; sustainable financial infrastructure; property and finance.