Albert Alex Zevelev is an Assistant Professor of Real Estate at the Zicklin School of Business. He is an applied economist studying interactions between housing markets, financial markets and the rest of the economy. His recent paper “Does Collateral Value Affect Asset Prices?” is the first to empirically identify the amount households are willing to pay for the ability to pledge their home as collateral in the future. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Brandeis and a PhD from Wharton.
“Transparency in the Mortgage Market” with Andrey Pavlov and Susan Wachter
Journal of Financial Services Research, Springer, (2016) 49: 265.
Does Collateral Value Affect Asset Prices? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Texas
2017 – 2018 PSC-CUNY Research Award
2010 – 2015 Wharton Doctoral Education Fellowship
2007 – 2008 Louis D. Brandeis American Leadership Scholarship