Lehrstuhl für Bauprozessmanagement und Immobilienentwicklung


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Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Bing ZHU, Professor
Zi. 3106 - Hauptgebäude dritter Stock
Telefon: ++49(0)89-289-25434
Fax: ++49(0)89-289-22471
Email: b.zhu @ tum.de

Technische Universität München
Professur für Immobilienentwicklung
Arcisstraße 21
D - 80333 München

Sprechstunden:

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Forschungsschwerpunkte:

Immobilieninvestition und -finanzierung, Wohnungswirtschaft, Stadtökonomik

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Lehrveranstaltungen:

Applied Research Methods in Real Estate/Angewandte Untersuchungsmethoden in der Immobilienwirtschaft (ARM)
Fachübergreifendes Projekt/Seminarvortrag Bauprozessmanagement oder Immobilienentwicklung (ProjIMMO)
Kolleg Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten (Masterarbeiten) (WissArb)
Fachübergreifendes Projekt/Seminarvortrag Bauprozessmanagement oder Immobilienentwicklung (ProjPBM)
Übung Seminar Immobilienentwicklung (UEB-SemImmo)
Fachübergreifendes Projekt/Seminarvortrag Bauprozessmanagement oder Immobilienentwicklung (InterdizProjBPM)
Immobilienprojektentwicklung (ImmoPE)
Immobilienwert und Wertermittlungsmethoden (ImmoWert)
Fachübergreifendes Projekt/Seminarvortrag Bauprozessmanagement oder Immobilienentwicklung (InterdiszProjImmo)
Seminar Immobilienentwicklung/ Immobilieninvestition (SemImmo)
Meisterklasse Immobilienentwicklung (MK_Immo)

Lebenslauf:

2008 - 2011
wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht
2011 - 2016
am Lehrstuhl für Immobilienfinanzierung, Universität Regensburg
2017
Lecturer, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge
2017 - 2019
Lecturer, Department of Real Estate and Planning, Henley Business School, University of Reading
seit 2019
Professur für Immobilienentwicklung, Techn.Universität München


Schlüssel Publikationen:

Zhu, B., K. Pain, P. J. Taylor and B. Derudder (2021). Exploring External Urban Relational Processes: Inter-city Financial Flows complementing Global City-Regions. Regional Studies. Forthcoming.

Li. L., and B. Zhu (2021). Trading and Volatility in Dual Market: Theory and Evidence from Real Estate. Journal of Real Estate Research, Forthcoming

Qu, W., Yan, Z. and B. Zhu (2021). Increased Commuting Stress: Evaluation of the Relocation Policy of the Beijing Municipal Government. Cities. forthcoming.

Zheng, C. and B. Zhu (2021). Concentrate or Diversify? The Relationship between Tenant Concentration and REIT Performance. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, forthcoming.

Zhu, B. and R. Woltering (2020). Spillover Effects of Fund Flows on the Performance of Connected Mutual Funds. Journal of Economics and Finance, forthcoming.

Li, L. and B. Zhu (2020) Housing Wealth, Consumption Channels and Mortgage Liberalization. International Real Estate Review, forthcoming.

Milcheva, S., Y. Yildirim and B. Zhu (2020). Distance to Headquarter and Real Estate Equity Performance. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. ePub online: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11146-020-09767-4e

Zhu, B. and C. Lizieri (2020). Connected Markets through Global Real Estate Investments. Real Estate Economics. ePub online: https://doi.org/10.1111/1540-6229.12319.

Zhu, B., L. Li, D. Downs and S. Sebastian (2019). New Evidence on Housing Wealth and Consumption Channels. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 58(3),51-79.

Zhu, B. and S. Milcheva (2018). Spatial Dependence and Contagion in Asset Pricing. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, forthcoming.

Milcheva, S. and B. Zhu (2018). Asset Pricing, Spatial Linkages and Contagion in Real Estate Stocks. Journal of Property Research, 35(4): 271-295.

Zhu, B. (2018). The Multi-Country Transmission of Sovereign and Banking Risk: A Spatial Vector Autoregressive Approach. Spatial Economic Analysis 13(4): 422-441.

Zhu, B, M. Betzinger and S. Sebastian (2017). Housing Market Stability, Mortgage Market Structure, and Monetary Policy: Evidence from the Euro Area, Journal of Housing Economics, 37:1-21.

Milcheva, S. and B. Zhu (2015). Bank Integration and Co-movements across Housing Markets. Journal of Banking and Finance. 72:S148-S171.

Zhu, B., R. Füss and N. Rottke (2012). Spatial Linkages in Returns and Volatilities among the U.S. Regional Housing Markets. Real Estate Economics. 41(1): 29-64.

Zhu, B., R. Füss, N. Rottke (2011). The Predictive Power of Anisotropic Spatial Correlation Modeling in Housing Prices. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. 42(4): 542-565.

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