2019 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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2018 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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2017 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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2016 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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2015 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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2014 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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2013 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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  • Knowing your Neighborhood: Asymmetric Information in Real Estate Markets – Pablo Kurlat, Stanford and Johannes Stroebel, University of Chicago.
  • Fear and Loathing in the Housing Market: Evidence from Search Query Data – Marcell Chauvet, UC Riverside), Stuart Gabriel, UC Los Angeles and Chandler Lutz, Copenhagen Business School.
  • In-House Transactions in the Real Estate Brokerage Market: Matching Outcome or Strategic Promotion? – Lu Han, University of Toronto and Seung-Hyun Hong, University of Illinois.
  • Asset Quality Misrepresentation by Financial Intermediaries: Evidence from RMBS Market – Tomasz Piskorski,  Columbia University, Amit Seru, University of Chicago and NBER, and James Witkin, Columbia University.
  • The Attractions and Perils of Flexible Mortgage Lending – Mark J. Garmaise, UC Los Angeles.
  • Unemployment Insurance and Consumer Credit – Joanne W. Hsu, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, David A. Matsa and Brian T. Melzer, Northwestern University.

2012 Summer Real Estate Symposium

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  • Bidding Wars for Houses – Lu Han,and Will Strange, University of Toronto.
  • Houses as ATMs? Mortgage Refinancing and Macroeconomic Uncertainty – Hui Chen, MIT, Michael Michawx, USC, and Nikolai Roussanov, Wharton.
  • Borrower Misrepresentation and Loan Performance – Mark Garmaise, UC Los Angeles.
  • Energy Efficiency and Commercial-Mortgage Valuation – Dwight Jaffee, Richard Stanton, and Nancy Wallace, UC Berkeley.
  • Financial Innovation in Late-Eighteenth Century Netherlands: The Case of American Land Securities – Rik Frehen, Tilburg, Geert Rouwenhorst and Will Goetzmann, Yale.
  • Cultural Proximity and Loan Outcomes – Ray Fisman, Columbia University, Daniel Paravisini, Columbia University and LSE, and Vikrant Vig, LBS.

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