2023 FSU-UF Critical Issues in Real Estate Symposium

Papers on Topics Related to Private Equity Real Estate

March 16-18, 2023, Tallahassee

Call for Papers

We are now accepting submissions for the 2023 FSU-UF Critical Issues in Real Estate Symposium.

Private equity real estate (PERE) has become increasingly popular with accredited and institutional investors seeking opportunities in alternative assets. Understanding risk and return profiles across sectors and investment strategies is crucial for investors and fund managers. This symposium is devoted to exploring issues related to direct and managed private equity investment in commercial real estate.

The organizers encourage the submission of research contributing to real estate finance and economics. A partial list of suitable topics includes:

  • Risks and returns of public versus private equity real estate investments
  • Strategies and performance of direct PERE investments and funds
  • Capital structure and valuation of PERE
  • Portfolio considerations and PERE
  • Market environment and frictions associated with PERE performance
  • ESG strategies and valuation of PERE

The host institution is pleased to reimburse transportation and hotel expenses for presenting-attending author(s) up to $1,000 total for each paper presented and to cover program meal costs.

Timeline

Submission deadline: December 31, 2022
Author notification: January 16, 2023
Complete paper due: March 1, 2023
Symposium: March 16-18, 2023 

Location

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Keynote Speaker

Timothy Riddiough, Graaskamp Chair in Real Estate, Wisconsin School of Business

Submission

Complete or nearly complete papers should be submitted to G. Stacy Sirmans ([email protected]) by December 31, 2022. Please indicate if the paper is currently under review for publication or will be submitted for publication prior to the symposium.

Organizers

Guest Organizer
Timothy Riddiough, Graaskamp Chair in Real Estate, Wisconsin School of Business

University of Florida
David Ling, McGurn Professor of Real Estate, Warrington College of Business
Andy Naranjo, Cameron Professor of Finance, Warrington College of Business

Florida State University
Daniel Broxterman, Associate Professor and Nardozza Fellow in Real Estate, College of Business
Mariya Letdin, Duncan-Rolland Associate Professor of Business Administration, College of Business
G. Stacy Sirmans, Professor and Chastain Eminent Scholar in Real Estate, College of Business
Tingyu Zhou, Gatzlaff Associate Professor of Real Estate, College of Business

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