Center for Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies
The Center for Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies is dedicated to cutting edge research and the training of skilled individuals for all segments of the industry. We provide numerous services to Connecticut’s real estate professionals and to the Department of Consumer Protection. Our activities embrace many disciplines including finance, statistics, economics and geography. Our teaching and research has long been ranked among the very best programs in the US and Internationally.
School of Business News
- Litchfield County Struggles With Population Decline April 17, 2017Greenwich Time– Litchfield County has long been known for its green hills, horse farms and quaint small towns, but it is losing population at a rate that threatens to make it a region of virtual ghost towns by midcentury. Read article
- Dean’s Annual Report 2016 March 28, 2017Transforming Futures In describing the UConn School of Business at this moment, 76 years into its accomplished history, the word “engaged” captures the essence. Our students, faculty and staff are engaged with each other, with our alumni, with the corporate community and with the University. The School’s growth has been extraordinary, both in terms of... […]
- 2017 ‘Legacy’ Students January 25, 2017Two Business Undergrads Honored as among University’s Most Promising Kavisha Thakkar is planning a career as a physician, but is also pursuing a dual degree in accounting, so that she can better understand the healthcare-payment system and assist her future patients. “Many patients don’t really understand the finances of healthcare and many have no one... […]
- What’s Normal? October 10, 2016U.S. Economic Expert Shares Vast Knowledge With Our Graduate Students Economist Cletus C. Coughlin, senior vice president and policy adviser to the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, was a guest lecturer in the School of Business’ graduate program on Sept. 27. Coughlin presented his knowledge on “The U.S. Economy: What’s Normal?”... […]
- A Fast Track to Economic Growth? September 26, 2016Real Estate Professor Jeffrey Cohen Eager to Study Impact of New Transit System on Central Connecticut Will the state’s new bus rapid-transit system – CTfastrak – which has already carried 4 million riders since its inaugural trip in March 2015, also spur growth in housing, restaurants, and other businesses along its route in central Connecticut?... […]