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Valuation and related aspects in Central and Eastern Europe

Guest Editor: Professor Ion Anghel, Bucharest University of Economics

This special issue is calling for research papers concerning the aspects of property valuation in Central and Eastern Countries. This is a relevant issue in the European Union and in the European single market  for goods and services. In Central and Eastern Europe property valuation is crucial for development of the real estate market and increasing the efficiency of this market, stability of the financial system, improvement the local property tax administration, achieving a fair restitution process etc. Despite much anecdotal evidence that the appraisal process varies from region to region, a little research has been carried out to establish the nature or extent of such differences.

Papers may deal with, but are not limited to:

• Valuation practice in Central and Eastern Countries; how to compare valuations across borders
• Property Valuation in Central and Eastern countries: review of standards, methods and legal framework;
• Uncertainty in Eastern European valuation practice;
• Sustainability in Eastern European valuation practice;
• Valuation accuracy : expectations and reality in Central and Eastern Europe ;
• Valuation for privatisation purpose in Eastern Countries;
• Valuation for taxation purpose and recent trends in Central and Eastern Europe
• Expert valuation witnesses in Eastern Europe: problems and solutions

Information and Instructions for submissions:

Manuscripts need to be submitted by  31st January 2016.  To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion into the special issue authors will need to select ‘Special Issue 'Valuation and related issues in Central and Eastern Europe' when you reach the “Article Type” step in the submission process.
Author guidelines must be followed and can be found on the journal web site at:

Submissions to the Journal of European Real Estate Research are made using ScholarOne Manuscripts. Registration and access are available at:

Submitted articles must not have been previously published, nor should they be submitted for consideration for publication elsewhere, while under review for this journal.

The Guest Editor will conduct a double blind peer review of submitted papers after which submissions may be recommended for revisions and further review, acceptance or rejection.

Guest Editor contact details:
Professor Ion Anghel
Department of Analysis and Valuation
Bucharest University of Economics, Romania
Email: [email protected]