The Wisconsin Tradition: The Wisconsin Real Estate Program, the Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni Association, and the Center for Urban Land Economics Research
At present, the Wisconsin tradition is achieved through the combined inter- action of three groups that are closely aligned in their efforts to continue to enhance the reputation of the program at Madison. As the primary sponsors of this publication, all three entities have given generously to ensure that this monograph series to honor James A. Graaskamp became a reality. The Depart- ment of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics, the Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni Association, and the Center for Urban Land Economics Research are all dedicated to continue the role that the real estate program at the University of Wisconsin at Madison has played for the last century in shaping real estate and urban land economics education, research, and public service. Consistently ranked among the top three real estate programs in the country by U.S. News and World Report and other ranking groups, the real estate department offers a full range of courses covering all aspects of real estate.
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