publication . Article . 2010

Influence of peculiarities of transition economy on real estate market

Venclauskienė, Deimantė; Snieška, Vytautas;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2010 Journal: Ekonomika ir vadyba, volume 2,010, issue 15, pages 318-324 (issn: 1822-6515, Copyright policy)
Global integration processes highlight relevance and weight of real estate market in determining economic cycle processes in different countries. Real estate market processes in countries with transition economy differ from real estate market processes in countries with developed economy in their peculiarities, possible reactions of market participators to economic shocks and consequences to country‘s economy. Common problems with property privatization, formation of legal and financial systems, real estate market cycles are specific, and countries with transition economy face them. Scientific literature analyze problems related to real estate market in a countr...
free text keywords: Lithuania ; Real estate market ; Country with transition economy ; Transition economy
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