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Research by Real Estate and Housing professor Avis Devine and Qingqing Chang, a financial economist with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, was recently recognized at the European Real Estate Society annual conference in Regensburg, Germany.
Associate professor Brent McKenzie and MSc candidate Victoria Taylor received the Best Paper Award at the 2016 International Conference on Economics, Business and Marketing Management held recently in Barcelona, Spain.
The University of Guelph is one of the top institutions in the world for academic leadership in the field of real estate research, according to a study featured in the Journal of Real Estate Literature.
Professor Brian Ferguson will speak on the white paper “Changing the Way We Think About Drug Prices: Insights From Economics” that he co-authored with University of Guelph economics alumna Audrey Laporte.
Environmentally friendly office buildings have higher rents, higher occupancy rates and more satisfied tenants.
Researchers are making strides towards understanding our collective past by analyzing large historical data sets that have taken digital form over the last few decades.
Are e-cigarette advertisements doing more harm than good when it comes to encouraging smokers to quit?
The conference, held annually at a Canadian university, welcomed two of the world’s top econometricians as its keynote speakers. This is the third time the University of Guelph has hosted the conference.
Economics professor and environmental economics expert Ross McKitrick has been appointed Research Chair of Energy, Ecology and Prosperity.