Tingyu Zhou

Assistant Professor of Real Estate

Department of Risk Management/Insurance, Real Estate and Legal Studies

Florida State University

tzhou@business.fsu.edu

Faculty Webpage

Welcome to my site! I am an assistant professor of real estate at the Department of Risk Management, Insurance, and Legal Studies, Florida State University.

My research interests include real estate economics and finance.

Tenant Sorting

from Industry to Commercial Properties

"Face-to-face Interactions, Tenant Resilience, and Commercial Real Estate Performance" (with Chongyu Wang)

Tenant Sorting

from Commercial Properties to REIT firms

"Face-to-face Interactions, Tenant Resilience, and Commercial Real Estate Performance" (with Chongyu Wang)

Working Papers

University of Amsterdam, University of Cambridge, Concordia University, Free University, University of Groningen, University of Reading, the Urban Economics Association (UEA), American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA), the Weimer School

  • “The Optimal Composition of Shopping Malls” (with David Leung and Peng Liu)

Real Estate Research Institute (RERI) Funded Research Paper 2018

2018 RERI Annual Conference, May 2018; REALPAC/Ryerson Commercial Real Estate Research Symposium, May 2018; ASSA-American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA) Annual Conference, Atlanta GA, January 2019

  • “Does Entry Regulation of Big-Box Stores Protect the Retail Sector? The Impact of Store Cap Ordinances on the Grocery Segment”

ASSA-AREUEA Annual Conference 2017; 7th European Meeting of the Urban Economics Association (UEA), 2017; the Weimer School of Advanced Studies in Real Estate and Land Economics, January 2018


Journal Publications


Teaching

Florida State University, Department of Risk Management, Insurance, Real Estate and Legal Studies

  • REE4143 Real Estate Market Analysis (undergraduate)

  • REE5015 Real Estate Valuation (online MBA)


Concordia University, Department of Finance

  • FINA 450 Real Estate Investment and Finance (undergraduates)

  • MSCA 632 Special Topics in Finance: Real Estate (master of science in finance)

University of Connecticut, Department of Finance

  • Real Estate Principles (undergraduate)