Researcher

My Expertise

Housing price, housing economics, housing submarkets, real estate futures, real estate finance and investment, low carbon, sustainability

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Biography

Associate Professor Chyi Lin Lee is currently the discipline director of construction management and property at the University of New South Wales. His research on housing and property investment has been presented at a variety of international conferences and been published widely. Recent works on housing and property investment have covered issues such as housing economics, real estate futures contracts, property finance and housing...view more

Associate Professor Chyi Lin Lee is currently the discipline director of construction management and property at the University of New South Wales. His research on housing and property investment has been presented at a variety of international conferences and been published widely. Recent works on housing and property investment have covered issues such as housing economics, real estate futures contracts, property finance and housing submarkets and have been published in leading property and multidisciplinary journals in the US and UK such as the Journal of Real Estate Finance & Economics, Housing Studies, Habitat International, Journal of Cleaner Production, Energy Policy, Transportation, Accounting and Finance, and Journal of Property Investment and Finance. He also successfully completed (or is currently working on) numerous externally funded research projects from the property industry in Australia such as the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), Transport for NSW, Australian Property Institute, and overseas such as European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA) and European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicle (INREV). He also received numerous awards to recognise his contributions to property research such as the Australian Property Institute Achiever (Early Career Researcher) Award in 2015.


My Grants

He also successfully completed (or is currently working on) numerous externally funded research projects from the property industry in Australia such as the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), Transport for NSW, Australian Property Institute, and overseas such as European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA) and European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicle (INREV).


My Qualifications

He received his PhD from the University of Melbourne. 


My Awards

He has received more than 10 awards to recognise his contributions to research and teaching and learning, including the Australian Property Institute Achiever (Early Career Researcher) Award in 2015.


My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

Housing affordability, housing economics, real estate finance and investment, Real Estate Investment Trusts, REIT futures, green buildings, low carbon management and investment, value capture, infrastructure investment

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