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BIA YP Speaker Series: Kevin Gillen, PhD

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Name: BIA YP Speaker Series: Kevin Gillen, PhD
Date: May 7, 2020
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
Event Description:

Join the BIA YP for a meeting with Kevin Gillen, Ph.D., and learn more about his work and role as a board member of the BIA. Kevin will also discuss his report on the economic/housing impacts of COVID-19, as well as the state of the current market. Zoom details are below:
 

 
Meeting ID: 845 4458 3438
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Kevin C. Gillen. Ph.D.
Senior Research Fellow, Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation

Kevin Gillen is an economist who holds positions as both a Senior Research Fellow with the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation and an adjunct Professor of Finance at Drexel University.

With a background in urban economics, real estate finance and public policy, Dr. Gillen’s research and consulting practice is concentrated in applied work in the analysis of real estate developments and operation of real estate markets, including their fiscal, economic and financial implications. This work is deployed in advising both public and private sector entities on the costs/benefits of public policy options, as well as the design and implementation of local economic development strategies. His research on urban economic issues appears in numerous publications and is cited in various policy applications.

Contact Information:
Josh Gibbons
Fees/Admission:
This is a free, members-only event, but pre-registration is required. Only registered attendees will receive the Zoom meeting link. 
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