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The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate seeks to advance real estate knowledge, inform business practice, and address timely issues that affect
the real estate industry, the urban economy, and public policy. The Lusk Center produces relevant and timely real estate research, supports
educational programs for students and executives, and convenes professional forums that bring together academics, students, business
executives, and community leaders.

The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate:

* Advances real estate knowledge through innovative and pertinent multidisciplinary research on real estate and urban economics.
* Addresses critical and timely issues of markets, institutions, and policy.
* Convenes industry leaders, students, and faculty in seminars, workshops, symposia, and forums to examine the current state
of the industry and to anticipate future industry opportunities and challenges.
* Supports the highest quality real estate degree and executive education programs that prepare both students and industry
professionals alike for tomorrow's real estate environment.
o Marshall School of Business degrees include the Master in Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in real
estate and the undergraduate Program in Real Estate.
o School of Policy, Planning, and Development degrees include the Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) and the
undergraduate Real Estate Development track.
o Executive education programs include the Ross Minority Program in Real Estate (RMPIRE).

Endowment/History

The cornerstone gift, made by the Lusk family in the early 1980s, enabled the creation of a center for real estate research, student programs, and professional education at the University of Southern California. The Lusk endowment further established the Lusk Chair in Real Estate within the Marshall School of Business and the Sol Price School of Public Policy and also funds scholarships for graduate real estate students. The Lusk Company has been a major force in the residential development of Southern California. The Lusk family has an affiliation with the University of Southern California that spans four generations, and their endowment has guaranteed a permanent role for the University in real estate research and education. It is fitting that the distinguished Lusk name be associated with the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate.

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The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate seeks to advance real estate knowledge, inform business practice, and address timely issues that affect
the real estate industry, the urban economy, and public policy. The Lusk Center produces relevant and timely real estate research, supports
educational programs for students and executives, and convenes professional forums that bring together academics, students, business
executives, and community leaders.

The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate:

* Advances real estate knowledge through innovative and pertinent multidisciplinary research on real estate and urban economics.
* Addresses critical and timely issues of markets, institutions, and policy.
* Convenes industry leaders, students, and faculty in seminars, workshops, symposia, and forums to examine the current state
of the industry and to anticipate future industry opportunities and challenges.
* Supports the highest quality real estate degree and executive education programs that prepare both students and industry
professionals alike for tomorrow's real estate environment.
o Marshall School of Business degrees include the Master in Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in real
estate and the undergraduate Program in Real Estate.
o School of Policy, Planning, and Development degrees include the Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) and the
undergraduate Real Estate Development track.
o Executive education programs include the Ross Minority Program in Real Estate (RMPIRE).

Endowment/History

The cornerstone gift, made by the Lusk family in the early 1980s, enabled the creation of a center for real estate research, student programs, and professional education at the University of Southern California. The Lusk endowment further established the Lusk Chair in Real Estate within the Marshall School of Business and the Sol Price School of Public Policy and also funds scholarships for graduate real estate students. The Lusk Company has been a major force in the residential development of Southern California. The Lusk family has an affiliation with the University of Southern California that spans four generations, and their endowment has guaranteed a permanent role for the University in real estate research and education. It is fitting that the distinguished Lusk name be associated with the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate.

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    CMBS and Conflicts of Interest: Evidence from a Natural Experiment on Servicer Ownership

    CMBS and Conflicts of Interest: Evidence from a Natural Experiment on Servicer Ownership

    USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

    2016 Rena Sivitanidou Annual Research Symposium at the University of Southern California

    Maisy Wong (University of Pennsylvania)
    “CMBS and Conflicts of Interest: Evidence from a Natural Experiment on Servicer Ownership”

    Discussant:
    Mark Garmaise (UCLA)

    • 1 hr 4 min
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    Unconventional Monetary Policy and the Allocation of Credit

    Unconventional Monetary Policy and the Allocation of Credit

    USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

    2016 Rena Sivitanidou Annual Research Symposium at the University of Southern California

    Amir Kermani (UC Berkeley)
    “Unconventional Monetary Policy and the Allocation of Credit”

    Discussant:
    Rodney Ramcharan (USC)

    • 1 hr 5 min
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    Cross-Sectional Patterns of Mortgage Debt During the Housing Boom: Stocks and Flows

    Cross-Sectional Patterns of Mortgage Debt During the Housing Boom: Stocks and Flows

    USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

    2016 Rena Sivitanidou Annual Research Symposium at the University of Southern California

    Paul Willen (FRB of Boston)
    “Cross-Sectional Patterns of Mortgage Debt During the Housing Boom: Stocks and Flows”

    Discussant:
    Chris Redfearn (USC)

    • 58 min
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    Housing Supply Elasticity and Rent Extraction by State and Local Governments

    Housing Supply Elasticity and Rent Extraction by State and Local Governments

    USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

    2016 Rena Sivitanidou Annual Research Symposium at the University of Southern California

    Rebecca Diamond (Stanford)
    “Housing Supply Elasticity and Rent Extraction by State and Local Governments”

    Discussant:
    Matt Kahn (USC)

    • 1 hr 6 min
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    Phasing out the GSEs

    Phasing out the GSEs

    USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

    2016 Rena Sivitanidou Annual Research Symposium at the University of Southern California

    Tim Landvoigt (University of Texas at Austin)
    “Phasing out the GSEs”

    Discussant:
    Selale Tuzel (USC)

    • 56 min
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    2016 USC Casden Multifamily Forecast Keynote

    2016 USC Casden Multifamily Forecast Keynote

    Get the latest outlook for the multifamily market at the Casden Multifamily Forecast Conference. The program will feature a comprehensive analysis of Southern California’s multifamily real estate markets, including Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego Counties as well as the Inland Empire and individual sub-markets. Speakers will discuss: high rise versus urban in-fill, product design and amenities, demographics, where are we in the market, Gateway Cities and how do they differ from other cities, rents, wages, and affordability, and much more.

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