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Clinical Associate/Full Professor – Purdue University

Clinical Associate/Full Professor – Purdue University

Purdue University Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, West Lafayette, Indiana
Dean V. White Real Estate Finance Program

The Purdue University Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business invites applications for a Clinical Associate Professor/Clinical Full Professor in real estate to contribute to the Dean V. White Real Estate Finance Program.

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Assistant Professor, Real Estate

Assistant Professor, Real Estate

Job ID: 27630
Location: Baruch College
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular 


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Post-Doctorate Research Fellow in Real Estate

Post-Doctorate Research Fellow in Real Estate

Job Description & Qualification

The Stuart Handler Department of Real Estate of the UIC’s College of Business Administration is seeking post-doctoral fellows who are interested in Real Estate research. We provide a supportive, vibrant, and productive research environment. In addition to engaging in research, the successful candidate will be expected to teach one undergraduate course in Real Estate.  The position entails an opportunity to work with leading researchers and industry professionals at UIC and in the Chicago area.

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Faculty Position in Real Estate, NTT

Non-Tenure System Faculty Position in Real Estate

Job Description & Qualification

Teaching and Service to the Stuart Handler Department of Real Estate are the two primary responsibilities of this role with a focus on teaching two undergraduate courses: Principles of Real Estate and Real Estate Valuation.

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Call for Papers: Real Estate Economics Special Issue on Commercial Real Estate Finance and Investment

Call for Papers: Real Estate Economics Special Issue on Commercial Real Estate Finance and Investment

Commercial real estate (CRE) markets are continually changing. Public and private real estate valuations have diverged in 2022, and the gaps have yet to close. These divides have highlighted the disparities between market-based and appraisal-based valuations; they have also limited transaction market liquidity. Other developments, including remote work arrangements, the evolution of the retail and industrial sectors to adapt to e-commerce, and demographic changes, continue to change the nature of the demand for space. As the U.S. and global economies have changed, the real estate that houses the economy has also evolved. “Modern economy” property sectors now account for most of the equity market capitalization of the FTSE Nareit All Equity Index. Technological advances in AI and PropTech are impacting investment analyses and approaches. Institutional investors are increasingly concerned with environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and corporate governance. Institutional investors also continue to invest heavily in illiquid forms of real estate despite some apparent drawbacks. CRE owners are under pressure in the face of growing climate risks, demand shifts, and new regulations. Further, lenders and financial regulators are increasingly concerned about the exposure of the banking system to the CRE asset class.

Considering the important changes affecting CRE markets today, the editors of Real Estate Economics (REE) are pleased to announce a call for papers for a Special Issue on Commercial Real Estate Finance and Investment. Liang Peng (PSU) has agreed to serve as guest editor. We welcome studies relating to all CRE finance and investment issues. We encourage submissions that address real estate investment trusts (REITs) and the economics of public versus private CRE ownership.

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