EBS Doctoral Candidate wins “Best PhD Paper Award 2019”
The EBS doctoral candidates Nils Neukranz, Nikolaos Papageorgiou, Jan Hendrik Lukowski and EBS postdoctoral researcher Dr. Holger Markmann (from right) in Paris.
As one of the most important academic real estate conferences in the world, the annual European Real Estate Society (ERES) is a leading forum for real estate research and education in Europe. It was founded as part of the global International Real Estate Society (IRES) to create and promote a regular exchange between academics and professionals. This year’s conference took place in Paris on the campus of the ESSEC Business School. For the 26th time, companies, academics, political decision-makers and doctoral candidates met to exchange and discuss ideas and research results.
As in the previous year, the EBS Real Estate Management Institute team set out for Paris to attend the conference and actively participate in presentations and discussions. The scientific contributions of the conference dealt with a wide range of topics - from real estate management, economics, finance & investment, to regional and urban analyses, to opportunities in the areas of sustainability and digitisation. EBS doctoral candidate Jan Hendrik Lukowski presented his research on the Impact of Large-scale Residential Construction Projects on Land Values, while Nikolaos Papageorgiou presented his paper entitled Impact of the Heathrow Northwest Runway Announcement on Residential Property Prices in Greater London.
The final gala dinner took place at the Abbaye de Royaumont, built by Saint Louis between 1228 and 1235. Here the winner of the “Best PhD Paper Award 2019” was announced. Jan Hendrik Lukowski, doctoral candidate at the Real Estate Management Institute of EBS Universität, won the “Best PhD Paper Award 2019”. Hearty congratulations from Prof. Kerstin Hennig, Professor of Real Estate and Head of EBS Real Estate Management Institute (REMI), and the entire EBS Universität.