Areas of Expertise:
real estate | housing bubble | mortgage-backed securities | housing | macroeconomics | financial crisis
Stuart Gabriel is a professor of finance at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, the Arden Realty Chair and director of the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate. Gabriel's research focuses on real estate finance and economics, housing and mortgage markets, urban and regional economics and macroeconomics. He has also been published on the topics of efficiency and equity outcomes in mortgage markets, the effects of housing wealth on macroeconomic activity, house price fluctuations and the mortgage pricing effects of derivative mortgage-backed securities.
His recent research has focused on issues of housing and the financial crisis, including assessment of integration and contagion in U.S. housing markets and Google search behavior as an indicator of housing distress.
Gabriel, who is part of the faculty advisory board of the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies in the UCLA International Institute, also serves as a visiting professor at the Recanati Graduate School of Business at Tel Aviv University, and has expertise on housing issues in Israel.
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