Manya M. Mooya, PhD
Manya M. Mooya, PhD
Associate Professor of Property Studies, University of Cape Town
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Informal urban property markets and poverty alleviation: A conceptual framework
MM Mooya, CE Cloete
Urban studies 44 (1), 147-165, 2007
852007
Real Estate Valuation Theory
MM Mooya
Springer, Berlin, 2016
47*2016
Of mice and men: Automated valuation models and the valuation profession
M Mooya
Urban Studies 48 (11), 2265-2281, 2011
312011
Market value without a market: Perspectives from transaction cost theory
MM Mooya
Urban Studies 46 (3), 687-701, 2009
282009
The education and professional practice of valuers in South Africa: A critical review
MM Mooya
Property Management, 2015
242015
Making urban real estate markets work for the poor: Theory, policy and practice
MM Mooya
Cities 28 (3), 238-244, 2011
202011
Property rights, real estate markets and poverty alleviation in Namibia's urban low income settlements
MM Mooya, CE Cloete
Habitat International 34 (4), 436-445, 2010
182010
Property Rights, Land Markets and Poverty in Namibia's' Extra-Legal'Settlements: An Institutional Approach
MM Mooya, CE Cloete
Global Urban Development 3 (1), 1-23, 2007
152007
Property rights and the production of the urban built environment–Evidence from a Zambian city
EK Munshifwa, MM Mooya
Habitat International 51, 133-140, 2016
122016
Real estate markets and poverty alleviation in Namibia's urban informal settlements: an institutional approach
MM Mooya
University of Pretoria, 2009
92009
Land tenure and urban poverty alleviation: Theory, evidence and new directions
MM Mooya, CE Cloete
Improving Slum Conditions through Innovative Financing, Stockholm, Sweden, 2008
92008
Determinants of foreign direct investment: Theory and evidence, with Zambia as case study.
MM Mooya
NUST., 2003
92003
Neo-liberalism in low-income housing policy–problem or panacea?
BG Taruvinga, MM Mooya
Development Southern Africa 35 (1), 126-140, 2018
82018
Governance structures for real estate transactions: markets, networks andhierarchies in Windhoek's urban low-income settlements
M Mooya, C Cloete
Acta Structilia: Journal for the Physical and Development Sciences 19 (2), 46-73, 2012
82012
The impact of property education on property research in South Africa: A review
MM Mooya
RICS Research Paper Series 7 (6), 9-32, 2007
82007
Compensation Theories and Expropriation of Customary Property Rights
L Kabanga, MM Mooya
Journal of African Real Estate Research 3 (2), 87-106, 2018
62018
Assessing compensation for customary property rights in Malawi: the case of Mombera university project
L Kabanga, MM Mooya
African Journal of Rural Development (AFJRD) 2 (1978-2018-4424), 483-496, 2017
62017
Institutions, organisations and the urban built environment: Facilitative interaction as a developmental mechanism in extra-legal settlements in Zambia
EK Munshifwa, MM Mooya
Land Use Policy 57, 479-488, 2016
62016
The South African property industry: overview and issues for research
MM Mooya
Acta Structilia: Journal for the Physical and Development Sciences 17 (2 …, 2010
52010
Planning, housing policy and low-income housing development in South Africa
EM Musvoto, MM Mooya
9th CIDB Conference, 2016
42016
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