Call for Papers
American Real Estate Society (ARES) 29th Annual Meeting

Big Island, Hawaii, April 9-13, 2013

Paper submission deadline is December 1, 2012

ARES meetings are renowned for their diverse offerings of interesting papers and panels and the Big Island of Hawaii meeting will be an exceptional intellectual experience. Academic and professional thought leaders from throughout the world will gather from April 9-13, 2013, to present cutting edge research as well as to discuss timely current real estate issues in one of the most beautiful meeting locations in the world. Be a part of this memorable event.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Submit your papers for consideration: Please go to: http://www.etnpconferences.net/ares/ares2013 and upload your papers for consideration.

REGISTRATION: Register for the conference now online ( http://www.ARESnet.org). You will then receive your ARES-ID#.

TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATIONS: Travel support from the James R. Webb ARES Foundation is available for those Ph.D. students participating in Saturday's Doctoral Seminar. For further information, contact Professor Elaine Worzala, at: eworzal@clemson.edu

Hotel Room rates start at $240/night plus 13.4% HI tax for a standard (mountain view) or a garden room. To get the most out of your Big Island experience, book an ocean view room at $295/night plus tax. Oceanfront rooms are $350/night plus tax. The latter are in short supply and should be booked immediately. It will be much easier to organize this meeting if you make your reservation immediately. Book your room today using the following link: http://booking.ihotelier.com/istay/istay.jsp?groupID=693681&hotelID=13074 or email Wayne Obina at: wobina@maunalani.com or use the ARES website link.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Participation at ARES takes many forms: Present a Research Paper; Participate in a Panel Discussion; Organize and Chair a Panel; Chair a Paper Session; Be a Discussant; Help run ARES by being on the Board or participating on a committee. In short, get involved and learn why ARES (and Hawaii) is the place to be!

For questions contact this year's Program Chair:

Dr. Michael J. Seiler
Founder and Director, Institute for Behavioral and Experimental Real Estate (IBERE)
Professor and Robert M. Stanton Chair of Real Estate and Economic Development
Old Dominion University
2154 Constant Hall
Norfolk, VA 23529-0223
mseiler@odu.edu
757.683.3505 phone
757.683.3258 fax
http://www.bpa.odu.edu/bpa/faculty/seiler.shtml
http://www.ibere.org



Posted 10/28/12