Professor Deborah Susan Levy


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Head of Department

Research | Current

  • Behavioural aspects of property
  • Property management
  • Real estate marketing

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

  • Levy, D., Dong, Z., & Young, J. (2016). Unintended consequences: The use of property tax valuations as guide prices in Wellington, New Zealand. Housing Studies, 31 (5), 578-597. 10.1080/02673037.2015.1105935
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: Zhi Dong
  • Lee, C. K. C., Yap, C. S. F., & Levy, D. S. (2016). Place identity and sustainable consumption: implications for social marketing. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 1-16. 10.1080/0965254X.2016.1148758
  • Lee, C. K. C., Levy, D. S., & Yap, C. S. F. (2015). How does the theory of consumption values contribute to place identity and sustainable consumption?. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 39 (6), 597-607. 10.1111/ijcs.12231
  • Levy, D. (2015). Technology, where is it taking us?. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 33 (1).10.1108/JPIF-11-2014-0067
  • Hills, R., & Levy, D. (2014). Workspace design and fit-out: what knowledge workers value. Property Management, 32 (5), 415-432. 10.1108/PM-02-2014-0011
  • Levy, D., & Sim, Q.-H. (2014). Why multi-owned housing owners are dissatisfied with the service provided by their management companies in New Zealand. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 7 (3), 397-416. 10.1108/IJHMA-03-2013-0020
  • Levy, D. S., Frethey-Bentham, C., & Jin, C. (2013). Can Perceptions of Property Market Volatility and Optimism Be Affected by Message Framing and Market Familiarity?. Paper presented at European Real Estate Society 20th Annual Conference, Vienna, Austria. 3 July - 6 July 2013. Related URL.
  • Levy, D. S., & Frethey-Bentham, C. (2013). Framing effects on the perception of property market volatility and optimism. Paper presented at 19th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Melbourne. 13 January - 16 January 2013. Related URL.

Contact details

Primary location

Level 5, Room 530
New Zealand