Pacific Rim Real Estate Society - Awards

Best New Researcher/Presenter

For the best paper presented by a researcher who has not previously presented a paper at an IRES family conference. The criteria for consideration are:

  • the researcher must be the main author of the paper presented

  • the researcher must not have presented a paper at any of the IRES family real estate society conferences previously. The assessors will consider the following criteria:

  • clarity of expression

  • contribution to knowledge

  • awareness of existing work

  • robustness & relevance of conclusions & recommendations.

The paper will be submitted for publication in the Pacific Rim Property Journal.

1999 API New Researcher Award

David_Higgins_API_Award.jpg (38132 bytes)Awarded to David Higgins, University of Technology, Sydney for his work on office property market dynamics.  David is awarded his prize by the immediate past president of PRRES, Angelo Karantonis (Left) and Ian Dalgarno , National President of the Australia Property Institute (right).




2000 API New Researcher Award

Richard_Reed_API_Award.jpg (55239 bytes)Awarded to Richard Reed from the Department of Geographical Sciences and Planning, The University of Queensland for his research and paper titled "The Significance Of Social Influences And Established Housing Values".  The award was presented by David Burke from the API (right) 




2001 API New Researcher Award

Awarded to Rohit Kishore from the College of Law and Business,  The University of Western Sydney,  for his research and paper titled "Size and Value Effects for Listed Property Trusts: A comparison with Stocks."





2002 API New Researcher

Awarded to Helen Gilbert for her research on and paper titled ""Contested Public Lands: Values, Power and Public Process in Government Asset Disposal Programs".






2003 PRRES Best First -time Presenter Award

Peter Li, "Housing Reforms In China: A Paradigm Shift To Market Economy"

2004 PRRES Best First -time Presenter Award

Marcello Tonelli, "Forecasting, Office Rents, System Dynamics, Econometric Modelling, Simulation"

2005 PRRES Best First -time Presenter Award

Johan Hedander, "Focus, Liquidity And Firm Value: An Empirical Study Of Listed Property Trusts In Australia"

2007 PRRES Best First -time Presenter Award

Ratcliffe, C. and Dimovski, W. “The responsiveness of LPT returns and their attributes”.

2010 RICS Best First -time Presenter Award

J-Han Ho, Curtin University of Technology, Australia. For the paper "A simple financial guide in renting versus buying your first home in Metropolitan Perth, Western Australia"

2011 RICS Best First -time Presenter Award

Jeremy Gabe, For the paper "Market implications of operational performance variability in certified green buildings"

2012 RICS Best First -time Presenter Award

Damrongsak Rinchumpooeremy, For the paper "The validation of the rating for subdivision neighbourhood sustainability design in Bangkok metropolitan region, Thailand"

2013 PRRES Best First-time Presenter Award

Matthew Gray For the paper Threshold concepts in property education: a case study

2016 PRRES Best First-time Presenter Award

Cate MacMillan & Nicholas J Stevens For the paper Where will we live? Residential preferences for adults with intellectual disability