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Joseph Gyourko

Martin Bucksbaum Professor of Real Estate, Finance and Business Economics & Public Policy

Research Interests: housing markets, real estate finance, urban and real estate economics

Links: CV, Personal Website


  • REAL399 - Independent Study

    All independent studies must be arranged and approved by a Real Estate department faculty member with the exception of the Seevak Research Competition.

    Seevak Student Research Seminar: This class meets in the Spring semester to analyze how to conduct research in the real estate market - where to find data; how to critique research; how to frame research questions; how to write a business research report; how to present a business research report. Topics are provided each year. For more information regarding the Seevak Competition see the Real Estate Department's website: http://real-estate.wharton.upenn.edu/

  • REAL840 - Advanced Real Estate Investment and Analysis

    This course is designed for majors in Real Estate, but is also open to finance-oriented students who wish a deeper analysis of real estate investment and investment analysis issues than that offered in REAL/FNCE 209. The class will contain a mixture of lectures, guest speakers and case discussions. Academic research is paired with recent industry analysis of key issues in order to marry sound theory and empirical results with current events and practices. Several classes will include lectures outlining what economics and finance tell us about a number of topics. Generally, these will be followed by guest lectures from industry professionals who will focus on a specific application of the principles introduced in the lectures.

  • REAL899 - Independent Study

    All independent studies must be arranged and approved by a Real Estate Department faculty member with the exception of the Seevak Research Competition. Seevak Student Research Seminar: This class meets in the Spring s analyze how to conduct research in the real estate market, where how to critique research, how to frame research questions, how to business research report, how to present a business research repo are provided each year. For further information regarding the An Research Competition see the Real Estate department's website: http://real-estate.wharton.upenn.edu/