Dr. Bartley R. Danielsen is an Associate Professor of Business Management at North Carolina State University where he has taught courses in corporate finance, real estate and investments. He coauthors the internationally best-selling textbook, .Foundations of Financial Management (16th ed.). His current research focuses on how charter schools, school vouchers, and other school choice initiatives impact real estate development, property values, and the environment. His research appears in the Real Estate Economics, the Journal of Housing Research, the Journal of Real Estate Research, the Journal of Real Estate Literature, the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and numerous other high-quality academic real estate and finance journals. Dr. Danielsen is the founder and President of “Environmentalists for Effective Education” (effective-ed.org), a nonprofit corporation devoted to promoting research and awareness of the importance of educational choices in revitalizing blighted urban areas, reducing urban sprawl, and creating sustainable cities. Dr. Danielsen received his PhD in financial economics from the University of Florida and a Masters of Accounting from the University of Georgia. He is a Certified Public Accountant, and he has provided financial consulting services to numerous domestic and multinational companies.
- May 15, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Venue: The Charlotte City Club
Venue Phone: 704-334-3200
Venue Website: http://www.charlottecityclub.com/
Over the years, economists have observed that some school choice programs often enhance property values. Neighborhood improvement was not the purpose of these choice programs, but neighborhoods improved spontaneously. Now real estate developers and civic leaders have begun to search for school choice programs that are specifically designed to reduce concentrated poverty, combat urban sprawl, and enhance the quality of life outside the school-house walls. Dr. Danielsen reviews the state of current research and discusses optimal features for choice programs that enhance the quality of urban life.