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Graduate School of Business, Columbia University  
Uris Hall #805, 3022 Broadway Citizenship:     USA
New York, NY 10027  
212-854-4221 (phone) 212-932-0545 (fax)
cm310@columbia.edu  

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993
Dissertation Title: Assessing the Performance of Real Estate Auctions
Advisors: Professor James Poterba and Professor William Wheaton

B.S., Economics and Math, Highest Honors in Economics, University of Rochester, 1987

CURRENT POSITION

Paul Milstein Professor of Real Estate and Professor of Finance and Economics, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, 2004-present (on partial leave)

            Chief Executive Officer, Longbridge Financial, 8/2012 - present (CEO since 9/2013)

Co-Director, Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy, 7/2011- present

PAST POSITIONS

Senior Vice Dean, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, 2008-2011

Paul Milstein Professor of Real Estate, Finance and Economics Division, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, 2004-2008
            Director, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate
            Teaching: Real Estate Finance, Advanced Seminar in International Real Estate, Real Estate Capital Markets, Master Class in Real Estate

Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Real Estate Department, 1999-2003 (tenured: 2002)
            Research Director, Zell-Lurie Real Estate Center
Teaching: Real Estate Finance: Investment and Analysis

Associate Professor, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, 1998-1999
Assistant Professor, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, 1996-1998
Teaching: Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Capital Markets, Managerial Economics

Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Michigan Business School, 1996
Teaching: Real Estate Markets, Introduction to Real Estate

Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Research Department, 1992-1996

RESEARCH EXPERTISE

Real Estate, Capital Markets, Finance, Public Economics, Urban Economics