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Our very own Herman Donner, Ph.D has been published in Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. His article "Determinants of a foreclosure discount" analyzes why some properties are more impacted by a foreclosure than others and explains a foreclosure related discount on price with local market conditions.
Due to recent tragic events, the world is more contemplative of the issues of racism and bias. Discussions have started or increased across various industries about awareness and reform to strive towards a community without discrimination and prejudice. A couple weeks ago, GPC's Executive Director Ashby Monk and his co-host Sloane Ortel had a segment titled "Black Investors Make a Difference to Your Bottom Line" on their FREE MONEY* podcast.
Eric Knight is Professor of Strategy Management at the University of Sydney Business School, and was a Fulbright Senior Scholar visitor to Stanford University from January 2020 up through the States' earliest stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read about his experience here.
This Spring Quarter GPC's Soh Young In, Ph.D leads a weekly seminar series which aims to equip the Stanford community with the knowledge and networks required to undertake significant future work on sustainable finance and investment.
Herman is a Research Scientist at GPC's Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities Corporate Affiliate Program. His research relates to technology applications, real estate markets and housing policy.