His primary scientific interests are in Economic growth, Urbanization, Development economics, Mainland China and Port. Eddie C.M. Hui interconnects Service and Demographic economics in the investigation of issues within Economic growth. Eddie C.M. Hui has researched Development economics in several fields, including Rural land, Order and Social exclusion.
His Mainland China research includes themes of Regional science, Bay and Urban agglomeration. His study in Econometric model is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quality and Real estate. Eddie C.M. Hui has researched Real estate in several fields, including Econometrics and Central government.
Eddie C.M. Hui mostly deals with Real estate, Finance, Financial economics, Economic growth and Econometrics. The Real estate study combines topics in areas such as Equity, Monetary economics and Trading strategy. His studies link Buy and hold with Trading strategy.
His Finance research incorporates elements of Private sector, Actuarial science and Renting. His work carried out in the field of Economic growth brings together such families of science as Mainland China, Land use and Demographic economics. His study brings together the fields of Cost approach and Capitalization rate.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Real estate, Urbanization, Financial economics, Monetary economics and Econometrics. Eddie C.M. Hui specializes in Real estate, namely Property price. His Urbanization study is concerned with Economic growth in general.
Financial economics and Residential property are two areas of study in which Eddie C.M. Hui engages in interdisciplinary work. His Monetary economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Volatility and Error correction model. His Econometrics research incorporates themes from Capitalization rate and Space.
Urbanization, Distribution, Urban planning, Real estate and Empirical research are his primary areas of study. His Urbanization study is concerned with the larger field of Economic growth. His work is dedicated to discovering how Economic growth, Instrumental variable are connected with Census and Demographic economics and other disciplines.
His Urban planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Natural resource, Amenity and Environmental planning. His research integrates issues of Economic interventionism, English auction, Economic policy, Inflation and Interest rate in his study of Real estate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Capitalization rate and Space in addition to Econometrics.
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Strategic assessment of building adaptive reuse opportunities in Hong Kong
Craig Ashley Langston;Francis K. W. Wong;Eddie C. M. Hui;Li-Yin Shen.
Building and Environment (2008)
Housing Price Bubbles in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai: A Comparative Study
Eddie C. M. Hui;Shen Yue.
Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics (2006)
Globalization and construction industry development: implications of recent developments in the construction sector in Asia
John Raftery;Bernie Pasadilla;Y.H. Chiang;Eddie C.M. Hui.
Construction Management and Economics (1998)
Measuring the neighboring and environmental effects on residential property value: Using spatial weighting matrix
Eddie C.M. Hui;C.K. Chau;Lilian Pun;M.Y. Law.
Building and Environment (2007)
The new urbanization policy in China: Which way forward?
Xin-Rui Wang;Xin-Rui Wang;Eddie Chi-Man Hui;Charles Choguill;Sheng-Hua Jia.
Habitat International (2015)
The logic behind conflicts in land acquisitions in contemporary China: A framework based upon game theory
Eddie C.M. Hui;Hai Jun Bao.
Land Use Policy (2013)
Forecasting cargo growth and regional role of the port of Hong Kong
William Seabrooke;Eddie C.M Hui;William H.K Lam;Gordon K.C Wong.
A methodology for estimating the life-cycle carbon efficiency of a residential building
Dz Z. Li;Hx X. Chen;Eddie C. M. Hui;Jb B. Zhang.
Building and Environment (2013)
Industrial land price and its impact on urban growth : a Chinese case study
Yuzhe Wu;Xiaoling Zhang;Martin Skitmore;Yan Song.
Land Use Policy (2014)
Forecasts and reliability analysis of port cargo throughput in Hong Kong
William H. K. Lam;Pan L. P. Ng;William Seabrooke;Eddie C. M. Hui.
Journal of Urban Planning and Development-asce (2004)
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