Professor of Urban Economics and Real Estate, University of Reading
Anupam Nanda is currently Professor of Urban Economics and Real Estate, Research Division Lead/Director of Research (for Real Estate and Planning), Academic Director of the Centre for Intelligent Places at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK.
His academic papers have been published in several top international journals, including Journal of Urban Economics, Energy Economics, Regional Studies, Energy Policy, Real Estate Economics, Applied Linguistics, Review of International Economics, World Economy, Journal of Real Estate Research, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics etc.
His works have been sponsored by both UK and international public and private funding bodies and companies, such as Innovate UK, Research Councils, Real Estate Research Institute (RERI) in USA, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK Dept of Energy and Climate Change, Investment Property Forum (IPF), The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Anupam has undertaken research projects or supervised doctoral works related to several countries - United States, India, China, Panama, Greece, Cyprus, UAE (Dubai), Malaysia and currently supervising doctoral studies related to EU countries and Ghana.
Anupam held positions of Associate Professor in Real Estate Economics (Oct. 2013-Jul. 2017) and Lecturer (Jan. 2010-Sep. 2013) at the University of Reading. Before joining Henley Business School, he worked with the Market Intelligence group of Deloitte & Touche in Mumbai (Apr. 2008-Nov. 2009), where his focus areas covered real estate and private equity sectors. He was at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in Washington DC (Apr. 2006-Apr. 2008), as Senior Research Economist, where his responsibilities included developing and implementing housing market research studies and was a member of the team forecasting state and metro area housing markets in US. Anupam has also taught undergraduate Economics and Public Finance at the University of Connecticut.
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