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Joseph Gyourko

Joseph Gyourko, PhD

Martin Bucksbaum Professor; Professor of Real Estate; Professor of Finance; Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy; Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger Director of the Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center

Research Interests:Housing markets, real estate finance and real estate economics

About Joseph

Joseph Gyourko’s research interests include real estate finance, local public finance, and urban economics. Formerly co-editor of Real Estate Economics, Professor Gyourko also serves on the editorial boards of various real estate economics and finance journals. Professor Gyourko is (Nonresident) Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution and a trustee of the Urban Land Institute (ULI). In addition, he serves as an ex officio member of the Real Estate Roundtable’s Research Committee. Finally, Professor Gyourko serves on the board of EII Realty Securities, a real estate mutual fund, and is a Senior Advisor to and board member of AMC Delancey, a private real estate company headquartered in Philadelphia. Professor Gyourko received his BA from Duke University and a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.

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Executive Education Programs Taught

Assessing Commercial Real Estate Investments and Markets

Empower yourself with the insight you need to successfully navigate the fluctuating marketplace while confidently adding both domestic and global commercial real estate to your client’s or institution’s investment portfolio. Gain knowledge that helps you assess and mitigate risks and select the right investment partners.