The Forces Shaping Office Space Demand Webinar (December 2019)
Recorded On: 12/17/2019
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Get the inside track on upcoming opportunities in the office sector with Dr. Hany Guirguis, Professor, Economics & Finance, Manhattan College and Dr. Tim Savage, Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate. They will provide insights and data from the latest NAIOP Office Space Demand Forecast, identify linkages between overall economic activity and the demand for office real estate, and engage in a live Q&A session with attendees.
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Dr. Hany Guirguis
Professor of Economics and Finance
- Professor of economics and finance at Manhattan College and the recipient of the Ambassador Charles A. Gargano Endowed Chair in Finance.
- Has taught numerous graduate and undergraduate courses in finance, econometrics, statistics, accounting, and economics.
- Specializes in financial modeling and applied econometrics and has published more than forty articles in several finance and economics journals.
- Received his B.A. in accounting from Helwan University, M.A. in economics from the American University in Cairo, M.B.A. in Finance from Baruch College, and M.S. and Ph.D. in macroeconomics and econometrics from the University of Oregon.
Dr. Timothy Savage
Clinical Assistant Professor of Real Estate
- Clinical assistant professor of real estate at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate, where he is the Program Coordinator of Data Science and the Faculty Director of Hirsh Scholars.
- The former Senior Managing Economist and Principal Data Scientist of CBRE Econometric Advisors. Tim is a data scientist with nearly 20 years of experience at international firms such as Charles River Associates and Navigant Consulting.
- His general focus is the use of machine learning to evaluate business strategy.
- Speaks frequently to institutional investors in commercial real estate on macroeconomics, monetary policy, and the potential impacts of big data and technological change. His research has been twice discussed in the Economist, and he has addressed the National League of Cities on uses of big data in policy making.
- He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.