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Jyoti Shukla

Lecturer In Property
Architecture, Building And Planning
business & economics
compensation
social sciences
compulsory purchase
urban studies
capability approach
australia
compulsory acquisition
functionings of land
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Jyoti Shukla

 
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Jyoti Shukla

 

Jyoti Rao is a Lecturer in Property at the University of Melbourne. Issues related to housing and land economics are of prime interest to her and most of her publications are in related fields.

Jyoti’s doctoral research aims at designing a fairer mechanism for the compulsory acquisition of land. In this research Jyoti re-examines the nature of losses of landowners, through the lens of economic theory of ‘capability’ and identifies valuable ‘functionings’ of land which should be satisfactorily reconstructed or replaced to enable the landowner to resume her original condition (prior to acquisition). Jyoti’s research argues for two-stage improvement in the existing mechanism through procedural developments and comprehensive compensation strategies. As a natural expansion of her doctoral research Jyoti is currently focusing on designing a ‘resilient compensation mechanism’ for those who are struck by natural and man-made disasters. Jyoti is an international researcher and has worked on a wide range of issues spreading across Australia, India, Japan, and the United Kingdom. Previously Jyoti has worked at the RICS School of Built Environment (Noida, India) as Assistant Professor and have also been involved as Assistant Manager (Urban Planning department) with a large-scale urban development project, the GIFT city (Gujarat, India).

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 16 most recent scholarly works by Jyoti Shukla.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2020

− Dean's Prize (First) for Published Postgraduate Research for outstanding academic achievement in 2019

Faculty of Architecture, Building, and Planning (University of Melbourne)

2020

Peter Barrington Award

Australian Property Institute (API)

2020

PhD Best Presenter at the PRRES Conference

Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES)

2019

− Dean's Prize (First) for Published Postgraduate Research for outstanding academic achievement in 2018

Faculty of Architecture, Building, and Planning (University of Melbourne)

2016

− Homer Hoyt Institute Best Paper Award at the Asian Real Estate Society Conference

Asian Real Estate Society (AsRES)

2016

− RICS Best Paper Award at the Asian Real Estate Society Conference

Asian Real Estate Society (AsRES)

2015

Melbourne International Research Scholarship

University of Melbourne

2015

− Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship

University of Melbourne

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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Lecturer In Property

Architecture, Building And Planning

Education

Education


Master of Science in Real Estate

University of Aberdeen

Master of Urban Planning

CEPT University

Bachelor of Architecture

Lucknow College of Architecture and Government College of Architecture

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