The colloquium intends to bring together Australasian and international academics and researchers to share their knowledge and research on multi-owned properties.
February 4-5 2016
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
It is our pleasure to invite you to the 'Multi-Owned Properties: A multidisciplinary colloquium', being hosted by Deakin Business School (Department of Finance) with the support of the UNSW Australia (City Futures Research Centre) and Griffith University (Business School).
The colloquium intends to bring together Australasian and international academics and researchers to share their knowledge and research on multi-owned properties (strata title, community title, unit title, high rise, subdivisions with owners' corporations, private housing estates, condominiums, common interest developments and other similarly structure properties).
Discipline and field of research areas may include, but are not limited to:
- Law / policy
- Built environment
- Construction studies
- Tourism studies
- Property and real estate studies
- Social science
- Environmental science
Registration includes: attendance to all sessions, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and colloquium dinner.
All prices are listed in Australian Dollars:
Standard conference registration
- Standard registration - $460 (including GST)
Student conference registration
- Postgraduate student registration - $240 (including GST)
- Additional dinner ticket $100
Cancellation of registration must be made in writing to the conference Chair. Fees paid will be refunded as follows:
- Cancellation on or before January 29 - Full payment less administration fee of $60
- Cancellation after January 29 - No refund
Registrations are transferable to a colleague at any time prior to the conference, provided the conference Chair is advised in writing.
Call for abstracts
Call for abstracts
We invite researchers to submit an abstract to the colloquium in any discipline or field of research related to multi-owned properties. Researchers submitting an abstract can either (1) present a full paper at the colloquium or (2) prepare and present a poster (this option is recommended for postgraduate work or work-in-progress).
Abstracts should be no longer than 150 words and follow the template provided. For empirical based studies the abstract should include the research focus, methods, results/findings and main conclusions and/or recommendations.
Acceptance of abstracts will constitute confirmation that the delegate will be scheduled in the event's agenda as a colloquium presenter.
Abstract deadline: August 3 2015
Abstract acceptance: September 7 2015
Papers due: January 15 2016
Please submit your abstract to the colloquium committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no official accommodation for the Colloquium as there are options to suit every budget and need for conference guests in and around Melbourne. We've listed a range of accommodation options which you might wish to consider.
- Oaks on Collins
- Intercontinental The Rialto
- The Langham Hotel
- Vibe Savoy
- Alto Hotel on Bourke
- Ibis Kingsgate
There are two Hilton hotels in Melbourne.
The Mantra group has a number of locations in Melbourne CBD and suburbs.
There are a range of Accor Group Hotels in Melbourne CBD and suburbs.
Colloquium organising committee
- Dr Hazel Easthope, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW
- Professor Chris Guilding, Business School, Griffith University
- Nicole Johnston, Department of Finance, Deakin Business School
- Professor Bill Randolph, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW
With support by: