2023 AREUEA-ASSA Conference

The 2023 AREUEA-ASSA Annual Conference is currently scheduled to be held in person on January 6-8, 2023 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) in New Orleans, LA.

We will have over 20 paper sessions during the three-day conference. In addition, we will have plenty of enjoyable events including:

  • Doctoral Poster Session;
  • Presidential Address Luncheon including announcements of awards winners;
  • Members Meeting (Members lounge also available throughout the conference);
  • Members on-site and off-site receptions;
  • Women in Real Estate Network ("WREN") Breakfast;
  • Homer-Hoyt Fellows Breakfast.

Paper Submission

The conference portal is now open for paper submissions. The submission deadline is April 1st, midnight EST. Membership is required prior to submission, and you must log in to the AREUEA Member page to access the submission link.  

AREUEA Member Page

To renew your membership, please click here. Note that you cannot present the same paper at both the 2023 AREUEA/ASSA and the 2022 AREUEA National conferences. Decisions on National conference submissions will be made before April 1st. Authors whose papers are not included in the National conference may submit them to the ASSA conference. 

General Conference Information

AREUEA’s Annual Conference is held in conjunction with the meetings of the over 50 associations of the Allied Social Science Associations (ASSA). Average full attendance for the ASSA conference is over 13,000 attendees.

AREUEA organizes twenty-three sessions during the three-day conference, in which selected participants report on research in progress or recently completed. The topical focus of the conference sessions will include theoretical, empirical, and policy research in real estate economics, real estate finance, housing, and urban economics. Additionally, AREUEA hosts a Doctoral Session which invited distinguished scholars share their insights and wisdom with students on topics such as career planning, publishing, and research. Furthermore selected students can present their current research at the doctoral poster session which is held in conjunction of a reception in their honor.

Each year AREUEA hosts a joint session with the American Economic Association (AEA) and a joint session with the American Finance Association (AFA) in which topics of mutual interests are presented by distinguished scholars from both organizations. The Presidential Luncheon is featured on the last full day of the conference and is hosted in honor of AREUEA’s outgoing President. In addition to the Presidential address, AREUEA recognizes the generous sponsors of the organization and announces the recipients of the George Bloom Award, the John M. Quigley Medal, the Edwin Mills Best Paper Award, Real Estate Economics Best Referee Award, and the Homer Hoyt Institute Dissertation Award.

For more information, contact our AREUEA-ASSA Conference Chair:

Xudong An
Second Vice President, AREUEA
Assistant Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
[email protected]

2023 Program Committee

Darren Aiello

Helen Bao
University of Cambridge

Shaun Bond
University of Queensland

Souphala Chomsisengphet

N. Edward Coulson
UC Irvine

Anthony Defusco
Northwestern University

Yongheng Deng
University of Wisconsin

Stuart A. Gabriel

Richard K. Green

Joseph Gyourko
University of Pennsylvania

Rose Neng Lai
University of Macau

Lauren Lambie-Hanson
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Cameron LaPoint
Yale University

Kwan Ok Lee
National University of Singapore

David C. Ling
University of Florida

Timothy Riddiough
University of Wisconsin

Amanda Ross
University of Alabama

Jacob Sagi
UNC Chapel Hill

Ruchi Singh
University of Georgia

Aradhya Sood
University of Toronto

Adi Sunderam
Harvard University

Anthony Lee Zhang
University of Chicago