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The Global Real Estate Project (GREP) was set up in 2013 to undertake relational examinations of housing poverty and wealth in global cities. GREP is a multi-institutional and multi-disciplinary project. Our studies focus on the intersections of housing, migration, education, cultural relations, digital technologies and geopolitical issues.

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Researchers

We collect and analyse data across the Asia-Pacific. The following researchers have contributed to GREP studies.

Dr Shanthi Robertson from Western Sydney University’s The Institute for Culture and Society (migration and education analysis: 2015 – 2017)

Dr Jacqueline Nelson from the University of Technology Sydney (racism analysis: 2016 – 2017)

Dr Zhonghua Gu from the City University of Hong Kong  (post-doctoral analysis of housing, education and migration pathways: 2016).

Associate Professor Chyi Lin Lee from Western Sydney University’s School of Business (quantitative foreign investment analysis: 2014)

Dr Alexandra Wong from Western Sydney University’s The Institute for Culture and Society (Cantonese and Mandarin speaker working on attitudes to foreign investment in Sydney: 2016 -2017)

Ms Del Maso from Western Sydney University’s The Institute for Culture and Society (Mandarin speaker working on the digital real estate study: 2015 -2016)

Ms Jingjing Zhang from Western Sydney University’s School of Business (Mandarin speaker working on the foreign investor analysis: 2014)

Ms Ding Yan from Singapore National University (Mandarin speaker working on the foreign investor analysis: 2014)