Call for Research Proposals
The Alrov Institute for Real Estate Research at Tel Aviv University seeks to advance knowledge in the field of real estate by generating cutting-edge research in the broad area of real estate, training the future generation of real estate market and policy-making leaders, and conducting international and domestic forums for researchers, policy-makers, and industry professionals. The institute continuously strives to maintain academic excellence and a meaningful position in real estate research worldwide.
The Alrov Institute for Real Estate Research invites faculty members, researchers, and doctoral students to submit proposals for research papers in the broad area of real estate economics. Researchers are invited to submit proposals on housing markets, commercial real estate markets, real estate finance and economics, real estate development, entrepreneurship and investment, real estate capital markets, urban and regional economics, and any other topic related to the broad area of real estate.
The proposed research should include an original work that has not been submitted for publication elsewhere. The proposal should be written in English, not exceed 10 double-spaced pages in length, and include the following:
1. Research title.
2. Name(s) of researcher(s) and academic affiliation (including address, phone number, and email).
3. Abstract (up to 250 words).
4. Description of the research topic.
5. Description of the research method.
6. Description of data and its sources.
7. Expected contribution.
8. Detailed budget request.
10. Detailed planned schedule (should be no more than 12-18 months). At research completion, the researcher(s) is expected to submit a working paper.
11. If there are other funding sources for the research, they should be noted (if other funding sources are obtained during the research period, the researcher(s) will notify the Executive Director of the Alrov Institute, who will then hold the right to decrease or cancel the approved budget).
12. Researchers who are not members of the Coller School of Management at Tel Aviv University, should submit a CV with the proposal.
13. Researchers will present their completed research in a special dedicated symposium held by the Alrov Institute and the working paper will appear in the Alrov Institute Discussion Paper Series in Real Estate Research and posted on the Alrov Institute’s website.
Research proposals will be reviewed by the scientific committee of the Institute and, if selected, will be granted up to a maximum amount of 30,000 NIS (approximately 8,000 USD). The total amount will be paid in two installments: 50% at the beginning of work and 50% after submission of the working paper is approved.
Please send your proposal to: firstname.lastname@example.org;
The deadline for submissions is February 15, 2021.
With kind regards,
Professor Danny Ben-Shahar Mrs. Ravit Huberfeld
Director Executive Director