The faculty at the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics at the Haas School includes some of the most accomplished, most highly regarded professors and professionals in the business.

Robert H. Edelstein

Professor Emeritus, Maurice Mann Chair in Real Estate, and Fisher Center Co-Chair. Studies real estate economics, finance, and property taxation; energy and environmental economics; public finance; and urban financial problems.

Amir Kermani

Associate Professor of Finance and Real Estate. Research interests include monetary policy, macroeconomy and housing, securitization market and political economy.

Enrico Moretti

Michael Peevy and Donald Vial Professor of Economics. Professor Moretti’s research covers the fields of labor economics and urban economics.

Kenneth T. Rosen

Fisher Center Chairman, is directly responsible for revitalizing the Fisher Center. Revered for his real estate and economic forecasts, he also studies real estate securitization, REITs, commercial real estate dynamics, and real estate e-commerce.

Richard Stanton

Professor of Finance and Real Estate, Kingsford Capital Management Chair in Business. Research interests include mortgage and lease markets, term structure modeling, mutual funds and risk management, and employee stock options.

Nick Tsivanidis

Assistant Professor. Research interests include urbanization in developing countries, development economics, urban and regional economics, applied macroeconomics.

Nancy E. Wallace

Professor, Lisle and Roslyn Payne Chair in Real Estate and Capital Markets, Real Estate Group, Berkeley Center for Law, Business and the Economy Co-Faculty Director and Fisher Center Co-Chair. Studies asset-backed securitization and real estate investment analysis, strategy, and finance.

Lecturers Dennis M. Williams (Northmarq Capital) and William Falik (Westpark Communties, Berkeley Law) augment Haas’ Real Estate faculty group.

Faculty Associates

The Faculty Associates of the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics represent an interdisciplinary, cross-campus collaboration between faculty with a research interest in real estate and urban economics.

Mary Comerio, Architecture

Robert Edelstein, Haas School of Business

Carol Galante, College of Environmental Design

Amir Kermani, Haas School of Business

Jonathan Leonard, Haas School of Business

Jeff Perloff, Agricultural & Resource Economics

Carolina Reid, College of Environmental Design

Kenneth Rosen, Haas School of Business

Daniel Rubinfeld, Berkeley School of Law

Richard Stanton, Haas School of Business

Michael Tietz, City & Regional Planning

Nick Tsivanidis, Haas School of Business

Molly Turner, Haas School of Business

Paul Waddell, College of Environmental Design

Nancy Wallace, Haas School of Business

James Wilcox, Haas School of Business

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