I recently found a new journal – Journal of Corporate Real Estate – which content sometimes is relevant to the Environmental Psychology area. In the journal you can find such articles like A psychoacoustical approach to resolving office noise distraction or The effectiveness of physical office environments for employee outcomes or What happens to the physical and psychosocial work environment when activity-based offices are introduced into academia? (only the first one is free to download)

Editorial objectives

Journal of Corporate Real Estate is a unique double-blind peer reviewed journal dedicated to Corporate Real Estate (CRE). CRE is all about the occupation of space by the end user and the challenges and issues they face with the acquisition, operation and disposal of workspace for their employees and primary processes. It is the leading forum for authoritative, practical guidance not only on current best practice but also the key issues of tomorrow that the CRE Manager or their advisors need to be aware of. Journal of Corporate Real Estate covers the latest developments and ideas in CRE, and the implications they have for corporate management. For a full list of our reviewers, please see below.

Editorial criteria

The journal welcomes submissions from academics and professionals world-wide concerned with Corporate Real Estate,. These can be case studies, new approaches and techniques, empirical research or conceptual thinking, or other material relevant to CRE academics and professionals. All papers must have clear implications for business practice and the scientific field.


Each issue features forward-looking articles and comprehensive reference guides on the latest thinking, best practice, new developments, research and case studies on CRE key strategic issues including:

  • CRE Strategies
  • Strategic alignment and added value of CRE
  • The role of CRE in the Organisation
  • The inter-relationship between CRE and FM
  • Portfolio Management and Flexibility
  • Workplace and Productivity
  • Leasing and Acquisitions
  • Strategic planning
  • Financial issues for CRE, including cost control and accounting   standards
  • CRE Management structures, activities and skills
  • Outsourcing
  • Surplus space
  • Portfolio Rationalization
  • Workplace Design and its Influences


In its back volumes and current issues, Journal of Corporate Real Estate has built a bank of unique knowledge and a fund of cutting-edge intelligence reflecting diversity of skills and disciplines that modern CRE executives and their advisors are expected to possess.

Key benefits

  • Gain practical guidance from original, in-depth articles on the   latest thinking, techniques and developments in CRE by some of the world’s leading academic researchers, practitioners and advisers
  • Stay abreast of developments in the field with authoritative,   accessible and relevant content.
  • Stay up to date with the latest in academic research and formation of   theory in the field of CRE

Key journal audiences

  • CRE Academics
  • CRE Managers
  • Chief Finance Officers
  • CRE Advisors
  • Service Providers

Journal of Corporate Real Estate is indexed and abstracted in:

  • ABI Inform 
  • British Library
  • Business Source Alumni Edition
  • Business Source Complete
  • Business Source Corporate
  • Business Source Premier
  • Cabell’s Directory in Economics and Finance
  • Construction Management Abstracts
  • Current Abstracts
  • Emerging Sources Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics)
  • Electronic Collection Online
  • Executive Daily Brief
  • Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals
  • ProQuest
  • ReadCube Discover

And ranked in:

  • Scopus
  • AIDEA (Italy)

Journal of Corporate Real Estate is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Property Management & Built Environment eJournals Collection. For more information, please email collections@emeraldinsight.com or visit the Emerald Property Management & Built Environment eJournals Collection page.

This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics. More on Emerald’s approach is available in our Publication Ethics guidelines.