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Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research Students

Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research Ph.D Students
Ransford Antwi Acheampong
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Elisabete Silva
  • College: Jesus
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Modelling the Co-evolution of Urban Spatial Structure and Commuting Behaviour: A Multiagent-based Simulation Approach
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2017
Hassan Adan
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Franz Fuerst
  • College: St Edmund's
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: A micro-econometric approach to energy efficiency in the residential housing market
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Felix Agyemang
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Elisabete Silva
  • College: Jesus
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: A Simulation of the Potential Dynamic Environmental Impacts of Urban Settlement Growth and Development Policy Options in Sub-Saharan Africa with GIS
  • Expected Graduate Term:
David Allen
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Colin Lizeiri
  • College: Pembroke
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Treatise on Mean-Variance Analysis
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2015
Ante Busic
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Franz Fuerst
  • College: Fitzwilliam
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Energy-Efficient Investments in Residential Buildings: Does Personality Matter?
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2018
Nidhi Chaudhary
  • Principal Supervisor: Barry Moore
  • College: Lucy Cavendish
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Evaluation of software technology parks in India
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Wen-Te Chiang
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Phil Allmendinger
  • College: Hughes Hall
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Consumerism and retail planning
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2020
Marielle Chuangdumrongsomsuk
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Colin Lizieri
  • College: Sidney Sussex
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Diversification and the performance in international real estate investment: A disaggregated analysis
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Justin Doran
  • Principal Supervisor: Bernard Fingleton
  • College: Christ's
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Regional Resilience: Are recessionary shocks persistent or transitory?
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2018
Miao Gong
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Helen Bao
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: WTA-WTP Disparity and Housing Decisions
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Michel Haddad
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Philip Arestis
  • College: Darwin
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Financial Contagion: The Spiral of Financial Crises Among G20 Countries
  • Expected Graduate Term:
Emma Hatfield
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Martin Dixon
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Conveyancing. The move from paper to an electronic system - How to create and sustain a safe and effective system of econveyancing in England and Wales
  • Expected Graduate Term: LT 2021
Chris Hooton
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Pete Tyler
  • College: St John's
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Microgeographic economics: Interventions and evalutions
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Robert Jalali, MBA, MFin, ABD
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Colin Lizieri
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Essays on mortgage designs and their derivatives
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Lukui Jia
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Philip Arestis
  • College: Robinson
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: "Optimal monetary policy rules during the period of economic transition in China, theoretical approach and empirical analysis: Asset price volatility and
  • monetary policy"
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2018
Mo Jia
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Philip Arestis
  • College: Darwin
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Research on Housing
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2017
Pawel Krasny
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Pete Tyler
  • College: Hughes Hall
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Evaluating the non-financial performance of Financial Engineering Instruments in the urban context
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Daniyal Labib
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Nigel Allington
  • College: Downing
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Essays on the growth and convergence of the transition economies of Eastern Europe, the impact of the 2007 financial crisis and the policy responses at the national and European level
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Haotong Li
  • Name: Haotong Li
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr. Helen Bao
  • College: Wolfson College
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Overconfidence and real estate investment
Wayne Lim
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Franz Fuerst
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: The impact of the University of Cambridge’s North West Cambridge development on housing affordability
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2017
Lun Liu
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Elisabete Silva
  • College: Pembroke
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Modelling the Built Environment Non-work travel behaviour relationship with ABM and CA: A case study of Beijing
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2017
Xuefeng Liu
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Colin Lizeiri
  • College: Wolfson
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Modelling the commercial real estate market in Beijing
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Hugh-Guy Lorriman
  • Principal Supervisor: Professor Martin Dixon
  • College: Queens' College
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: The impact of the adjudicative office created by part 11 (and schedule 9) of LRA 2002 upon the law of real property in England & Wales
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2018
Bo Luan
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Shailaja Fennell
  • College: Sidney Sussex
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Evolving enclave urbanism in greater Beijing and its socio-spatial implications for migrant worker housing provision
  • Expected Graduate Term: LT 2018
Guilherme Magacho
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof John McCombie
  • College: Sidney Sussex
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Brazilian Growth in the 2000s: A Sectoral Approach to its Sources and Long-Term Implications
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Chunming Meng
  • Principal Supervisor: Professor Helen Bao
  • College: Newnham College
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Loss Aversion and Residential Property Development in China
  • Expected Graduate Term: 2019 ET
Victoria Ormond
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Colin Lizieri
  • College: Pembroke
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Banks, Debt Covenants and the Real Estate Sector; from courtship to crunchtime
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Edward J. Oughton, BSc MPhil CIEH
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Pete Tyler
  • College: Clare
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: The evolution of the UK's information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and the economic development of cities
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Lauren Quinn
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Martin Dixon
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Post Contract Pre Completion: No Longer a Time for Trust
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2020
Jose Reis
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Elisabete Silva
  • College: Girton
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: The processes and patterns of growing and shrinking cities. An emphasis on metrics
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2015
Rafael Ribeiro
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof John McCombie
  • College: Hughes Hall
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Real Exchange Rate, Structural Change and the Balance-Of-Payments Constrained Growth Model
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Joao Romero
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof John McCombie
  • College: Downing
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Technical progress and structural change: the roles of demand and supply in economic growth
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2015
Salma Saeed
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Martin Dixon
  • College: Queens'
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: The impact of Honour Based Abuse on women resident in England and Wales, with a special reference to property rights
  • Expected Graduate Term:
Judy Shing
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Philip Arestis
  • College: Pembroke
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Portfolio Equity Investment Flows in Emerging Markets
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2018
Fabricio Silveira
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof John McCombie
  • College: King's
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Sectoral Allocation and Growth: A Cross Country Approach
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2016
Donald Stevens
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Franz Fuerst
  • College: St Edmund's
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Mixed land use development at transit corridors: A possible financial vehicle for sustainable development?
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2018
Seng Wei Edward Ti
  • Principal Supervisor: Prof Martin Dixon
  • College: Sidney Sussex
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Real property rights: A comparative and historical analysis of Singapore and the United Kingdom’s legal and institutional framework
  • Expected Graduate Term: MT 2018
Qian Wang
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Elisabete Silva
  • College: Girton
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: Fit for purpose urban policy in the built environment applied to creative industries: using the SEM and ABM of main stakeholders in order to output a more flexible and adaptive urban system (the case stiudy of Yangpu and Jiading)
  • Expected Graduate Term: ET 2015
Chaowei Xiao
  • Principal Supervisor: Dr Elisabete Silva
  • College: Jesus
  • Subject Area: Real Estate & Urban Analysis Research
  • Title of Thesis: " From Big Data Sets to Collective Human Behaviour Patterns and Urban Spatial Structure - Analysing and Simulating Spatial-Temporal Dynamics in
  • Shanghai "
  • Expected Graduate Term: