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Joseph Gyourko

Martin Bucksbaum Professor of Real Estate, Finance and 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, urban and real estate economics

Links: CV, Personal Website

  • Joseph Gyourko, Yongheng Deng, Wu Jing (Forthcoming), Evaluating Conditions in Major Chinese Housing Markets, Regional Science and Urban Economics, forthcoming
  • Joseph Gyourko (Forthcoming), Understanding Commercial Real Estate: Just How Different from Housing Is It?, NBER Working Paper #14708, February 2009.
  • Fernando Ferreira, Anthony DeFusco, Joseph Gyourko, Wenjie Ding (Work In Progress), The Role of Contagion in the Last American Housing Cycle .  
  • Fernando Ferreira, Joseph Gyourko (Working), A New Look at the U.S. Foreclosure Crisis: Panel Data Evidence of Prime and Subprime Borrowers from 1997 to 2012, (June 1, 2015) .    Abstract
  • Joseph Gyourko, Jing Wu, Yongheng Deng (Working), Real Estate Collateral Value and Investment: The Case of China, (December 2014).    Abstract
  • Joseph Gyourko, Raven Molloy (Working), Regulation and Housing Supply, (October 2014).    Abstract
  • Joseph Gyourko, Yongheng Deng, Jing Wu (Work In Progress), The Wharton/NUS/Tsinghua Chinese Resident ial Land Price Indexes (CRLPI) White Paper .  Abstract
  • Todd Sinai, Joseph Gyourko, Christopher J Mayer (2013), Superstar Cities, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 5 (4), 167 - 199.    Abstract
  • Fernando Ferreira, Joseph Gyourko (2012), Heterogeneity in Neighborhood-Level Price Growth in the United States, 1993–2009, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 102 (3), 134 - 140.
  • Joseph Gyourko (Working), Response to HUD on FHA Risk Evaluation, November 21, 2011.  
  • Joseph Gyourko (Working), "Is FHA the Next Housing Bailout?".    Abstract
  • Fernando Ferreira, Joseph Gyourko (Work In Progress), Anatomy of the Beginning of the Housing Boom: U.S. Neighborhoods and Metropolitan Areas, 1993-2009.  Abstract  Related Materials
  • Fernando Ferreira, Joseph Gyourko (2009), Do Political Parties Matter? Evidence From U.S. Cities, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 124, no. 1: 399-422, 124 (1), 399 - 422.    Abstract
  • Fernando Ferreira, Joseph Gyourko, Joseph Tracy (2008), Housing Busts and Household Mobility, Journal of Urban Economics, Vol. 68. no. 1 34-35, 68 (1), 34 - 35.  Abstract
  • Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko, Albert Saiz (2008), Housing Supply and Housing Bubbles, Journal of Urban Economics, Vol 64, no.3: 198-217, 64 (3), 198 - 217.  Abstract
  • Joseph Gyourko, Edward Glaeser (2005), Urban Decline and Durable Housing, Journal of Political Economy, Vol 113, no 2, 345-375, 113 (2), 345 - 375.    Abstract
  • Joseph Gyourko, Todd Sinai (2004), The Asset Price Incidence of Capital Gains Taxes: Evidence from the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 and Publicly-Traded Real Estate Firms, Journal of Public Economics, 88 (7-8), 1543 - 1565.  Abstract
  • Todd Sinai, Joseph Gyourko (2004), The (Un)Changing Geographical Distribution of Housing Tax Benefits: 1980 to 2000, Tax Policy and the Economy, 18, 175 - 208.  Abstract
  • Joseph Gyourko, Todd Sinai (2003), The Spatial Distribution of Housing-Related Ordinary Income Tax Benefits, Real Estate Economics, 31 (4), 527 - 576.  Abstract
  • Joseph Gyourko, Donald B. Keim (1993), Risks and Returns of Investing in Real Estate: Evidence from a Real Estate Stock Index, Financial Analysts Journal  
  • Joseph Gyourko, Donald B. Keim (1992), What Does the Stock Market Tell Us About Real Estate Returns, AREUEA Journal