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Melanie Zhang

Assistant Professor

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Melanie Zhang

Real estate investment and finance, corporate strategy, transaction networks 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • How Do Foreign Real Estate Investors Form Local Networks Within and Across Cities?, Nanda, A., Zhang, F. Jan 2023
  • How would the COVID-19 pandemic reshape retail real estate and high streets through acceleration of E-commerce and digitalization?, Nanda, A., Xu, Y., Zhang, F. 1 Jun 2021, In: Journal of Urban Management
  • Only the Best? Exploring Cross-Border Investor Preferences in US Gateway Cities, Devaney, S., Scofield, D., Zhang, F. 1 Oct 2019, In: Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics
  • Strategic Alliance and Submarket Choices of Commercial Real Estate Investors–A Multinomial Approach, Zhang, F., Devaney, S., Nanda, A. 27 Jun 2018, European Real Estate Society 25th Annual Conference

  • Financial Management MSc December 06 2015
  • Economics BA June 12 2014
  • Estate Management PhD


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