Edward Murphy

Associate Professor · Michigan State University

Edward Murphy is an expert on mass urbanization, inequality, state formation, and squatting in Chile; Latinx immigration and deportations

Latinxs in the US Squatting Urbanization Property Relations Latin America

Michael Ehrlich

Associate Professor of Finance and Co-Director of NJ Innovation Acceleration Center · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Professor Ehrlich's research focuses on financial markets and institutions, with an emphasis on market failures

Innovation Commercialization of Innovation Market Failures Financial Crises Financial Markets

Prof. Suzanne Garon

Professor · School of Social Work, University of Sherbrooke

Ph. D. in Sociology (Frankfurt, Germany, 1992) is a full professor at the School of Social Work of the University of Sherbrooke

Age-friendly Environments Social Work Lifelong Learning Gerontology Research Community Development

Dr. Stephen E. Judd

Chief Executive · Hammond Care

Dr. Stephen E. Judd's studies contribute to dementia care, aged care design and the role of charities in contemporary Australian society.

Long-Term Care Quality of Care Public Policy Social Technologies in Ageing Frailty

Preetesh Kantak

Assistant Professor of Finance · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Preetesh Kantak is an expert in the areas of macrofinance, investments and alternative assets.

Alternative Assets Macrofinance Investments

Richard Appelbaum, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Globalization; social and ecological sustainability; world-systems theory; the globalization of business and workers' rights

Global Political Economy World Systems Labor Markets and Global Production East Asia and the Global Economy Technology and Development

Zack Hawley

Associate Professor, Economics · Texas Christian University

Zack Hawley studies urban economics, including discrimination in housing markets and what motivates organ donors.

Organ Donation Why African-Americans Face Discrimination when Seeking Information about Home Loans from Mortgage Loan Originators at Early Stages of the Application Process Public Finance Housing Investigation of How Financial Incentives Influence a Person's Decision on Whether or Not to Become an Organ Donor

Penelope Gurstein

Professor and Director, SCARP · University of British Columbia

Dr. Penny Gurstein is Professor and Director of the School of Community and Regional Planning and the Centre for Human Settlements at UBC.

Multimedia and Planning Affordable Housing Work and Society Technology Community-Based Research

Jacqueline Kennelly

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology · Carleton University

Professor Kennelly's work encompasses youth cultural studies, critical educational studies, urban sociology, and social movements

Youth Cultures Citizenship Democracy Social Inclusion and Exclusion Globalization and Neoliberalism

Lawrence Levy

Vice President, Economic Development and Professional Studies; Executive Dean, National Center for Suburban Studies · Hofstra University

Dean Levy works close with Hofstra’s academic community to shape an innovative agenda for suburban study

Suburban Spaces and Development Suburbs Education Taxation Politics of the Suburbs

Jo Carrillo

Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: carrillo@uchastings.edu

California Community Property Comparative Marital Property Community Property Systems in the U.S. and Beyond Economic and financial aspects of intimpate partnerships Archival Research About the Representation of Law in Culture

Jeff Cohen, Ph.D.

Professor of Real Estate and Finance · University of Connecticut

Jeffrey Cohen is an expert on how airport noise, transit and highway infrastructure improvements impact real estate.

Residential Real Estate Applied Spatial Econometrics Real Estate Economics and Finance Transportation and Real Estate

Janet Austin

Chief Executive Officer · YWCA Metro Vancouver

Janet Austin is responsible for one of BC’s largest and most diversified non-profits

Non-Profit Leadership Social Housing Transition Housing Homeless Shelters Group Homes

Christine Saulnier

Nova Scotia Director · Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Christine Saulnier serves as the Nova Scotia director for the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

Research Women and Politics Canadian Public Policy Social Policy Antipoverty

Tatishe M. Nteta

Associate Professor of Political Science / Director of UMass Poll · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Tatishe Nteta focuses on public opinion and political behavior, with particular expertise in the politics of race and ethnicity.

American Politics Politics and Political Analysis Race Culture and Ethnicity

Duncan Baker-Brown

Senior Lecturer in Architecture · University of Brighton

His work focuses on sustainable design of buildings and the re-use of existing materials.

Climate Change Recycling of Materials in Buildings Architecture Sustainable Design Social Housing

Michael Goldberg

Professor and Dean Emeritus · Sauder School of Business, The University of British Columbia

Mike Goldberg is expert in urban and regional issues, including economics, housing and transportation and an experienced corporate director

The Economic Crisis: Its Origins and Meaning The Inefficiency of Being Efficient Housing Affordabiilty The Housing Crisis and the Way Forward The Rise of Asia

Steven Sheffrin

Professor of Economics · Tulane University

Steven Sheffrin’s research is focused on property taxation, state corporate taxation, tax fairness and compliance.

Tax Compliance Economics Policy-Oriented ISsues Property Taxation Tax Fairness

Amir Kermani

Associate Professor · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Household Finance Securitization Macroeconomy and Housing Monetary Policy

Dr. Ad van Berlo

R&D Manager · Smart Homes

Ad van Berlo is both mechanical engineer (1980) and psychogerontologist (1997)

Applied Technologies Smart Home Technology Smart Living Care Technology E-Health