Spatial Linkages, Location and Pricing
Spatial dynamics can affect both households and investors and subsequently the price of companies and real assets. What goes beyond a mere headquarter location of the company is identifying the relevant locations for the performance. It it is essential to account for distance in order to extract additional information from real assets that was not possible to capture so far.
Work from Home and Commercial Real Estate – Evidence from Stock Markets (with L. Xie), EPRA funded research, forthcoming.
Proximity to COVID-19 Cases and REIT Equity Returns (with L. Xie), SSRN Working Paper.
Volatility and the cross-section of real estate equity returns during Covid-19, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, published online 30 April 2021.
Distance to Headquarter and Real Estate Equity Performance (with Y. Yildirim and B. Zhu). Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, October 2021, Vol. 63 Issue 3, 327-353.
Asset Pricing, Spatial Linkages and Contagion in Real Estate Stocks (with B. Zhu), Journal of Property Research, 2018, 35(4), 271-295.
The Pricing of Spatial Linkages in Companies’ Underlying Assets (with B. Zhu), Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, online 3 July 2018.
Spatio-temporal effects of an urban development announcement and its cancellation on house prices – A quasi-natural experiment (with D. Hyun), Journal of Housing Economics. 2019, 43, 23-36.
Spatial Dependence in Apartment Transaction Prices During Boom and Bust (with D. Hyun), Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2018, 68, 36-45.
Spatial Linkages in Listed Property Returns in Tranquil and Distressed Periods (with B. Zhu), Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 2016, 22(2), 129–146.
Real Estate Investment and Urban Density: Exploring the Polycentric Urban Region Using a Topological Lens (with K. Pain, S. Shi, D. Black, J. Blower, A. Hunt, B. Crawford, N. Dale, S. Doolin, S. Manna), Territory, Politics, Governance, published online 13.11.2020.
Regional development and carbon emissions in China (with J. Zheng, Z. Mi, D. Coffman, Y. Shan, D. Guan, S. Wang), Energy Economics, 2019, 18, 25-36.
This paper won the Energy Economics award for most cited paper in 2020.
Housing, Affordable Housing & Infrastructure Finance
The topic of affordable housing is assessed from an institutional and finance point of view. While being a form of real estate, affordable housing is a form of social infrastructure which is closely linked to public financing and political economy. In particular, this research area looks into the financial vehicles for the affordable housing provision internationally, in the UK, and in London more specifically. It focuses on the role of institutional investors in the rental market and organisations in charge of the provision of social housing. Through close collaboration with major providers of affordable housing such as public institutions and institutional investors, we aim to provide impactful research and applied solutions to the UN sustainable development goals in particular addressing poverty and sustainable cities and communities as well as well-being, reduced inequalities and infrastructure.
Long-run Discount Rates: Evidence from UK Repeat Sales Housing (with H. Lai), December 2021, SSRN paper.
The Price–Time-on-Market Puzzle Revisited: Evidence from Big Data (with Y. Huang), July 2021, SSRN paper.
Report for National Housing Federation, CASE Housing Associations, and Shelter.
Performance Drivers in Private Infrastructure Funds (with M. Haran and D. Lo), 2020, forthcoming in Real Estate Finance.
Monetary policy, financial market regulation and the real estate market (including housing) are highly interlinked as shown during the Global Financial Crisis and the subsequent regulation on the markets. We contribute to the existing literature by stressing out the role of the real estate market - both residential and commercial. The real estate market is an important channel of transmission of monetary policy and credit market shocks and thus needs a particular consideration, especially accounting for the illiquidity and heterogeneity of the real estate assets.
Impart of Institutional Investors on Real Estate Risk (with D. Cvijanovic and A. van de Minne), May 2021. RERI funded project.
Does Investor Size Matter? Evidence from Commercial Real Estate Transactions (with D. Cvijanovic and A. van de Minne), SSRN Working Paper.
Preferences of Institutional Investors in Commercial Real Estate (with D. Cvijanovic and A. van de Minne), Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 2021, forthcoming.
Bank Liquidity Management through the Issuance of Bonds in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis (with H. Falkenbach and H. Markmann), Research in International Business and Finance, 2019, 48, 32-47.
A Bank Lending Channel or a Credit Supply Shock?, 2013, Journal of Macroeconomics, 37, 314-332.
Cross-Country Effects of Regulatory Capital Arbitrage, 2013, Journal of Banking & Finance, 37 (12), 5329-5345.
Market Integration, Country Institutions and IPO Underpricing (with G. Marcato and C. Zheng), Journal of Corporate Finance, 2018, 53, 87-105.
Urban Economic Openness and IPO Underpricing (with C. Zheng and G. Marcato), Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 2018, 56(3), 325-351.
Cross-Border Capital Flows into Real Estate (with A. Baum and F. Fuerst), Real Estate Finance, 2014, 31(3), 103-122.