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David Shulman

Distinguished Visiting Professor and Finanical Leadership Program, Baruch College

Distinguished Visiting Professor and Finanical Leadership Program, Baruch College


Ph.D. UCLA Finance
MBA UCLA Finance
BBA Baruch College / CUNY Finance

Areas of Expertise:

Real Estate Finance, Investment, Macroeconomics

Selected Publications:

“The Performance of Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts” (with Keith Smith), Financial Analysts Journal, September-October 1976.

“The Distribution of Title Insurance: The Unregulated Intermediary” (with Alfred Hofflander), The Journal of Risk and Insurance, September 1977

“Real Estate Valuation Under Rent Control: The Case of Santa Monica”, AREUEA Journal, Spring 1981

“Refining the Analysis of Regional Diversification for Income-Producing Real Estate” (with David J. Hartzell and Charles H. Wurtzebach), Journal of Real Estate Research, Winter 1987

“A Look at Real Estate Duration” (with David J. Hartzell, Terence C. Langetieg and Martin L. Leibowitz), Journal of Portfolio Management, Fall 1988

Academic Activities:

Distinguished Visiting Professor, Baruch College, 2005 - Present

Visiting Professor, University of Wisconsin, January 2006 - Present

Visiting Scholar, University of California, Los Angeles, July 2005 - Present

Lecturer, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor of Management, University of California, Riverside, July 1975 - June 1983

Visiting Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, Summer 1977

Professional Activities:

Managing Director, Lehman Brothers, January 2000 - March 2005

Member, Ulysses Management LLC, January 1998 - December 1999

Managing Director, Salomon Brothers Inc, January 1986 - December 1997

Awards, Honors, etc.:

First Annual Graaskamp Award for Excellence in Real Estate Research, Pension Real Estate Association, December 1990

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