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Joseph Gyourko , NBER Profile: Joseph Gyourko

Joseph Gyourko is an NBER Research Associate in the Program on Public Economics and the Martin Bucksbaum Professor of Real Estate and Finance at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He also serves as Director of the Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center at Wharton and is Chair of the Real Estate Department.

Gyourko received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago. He has been on the Wharton faculty since 1984, and became affiliated with the NBER in 2006. His research interests include real estate finance and investments, urban economics, and housing markets.

Gyourko serves on various journal editorial boards, and helps to coordinate the Economics of Real Estate & Local Public Finance seminar at the NBER’s Summer Institute. He is looking forward to helping to coordinate a new NBER research effort on housing markets and the financial crisis.

Gyourko is married and has two children. In his spare time, he is a Phillies fan.

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