Dr. Michael J. Seiler is the J. Edward Zollinger Professor of Real Estate & Finance at the College of William & Mary. He has been a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University, University of Cambridge, London School of Economics, and a Visiting Professor at Johns Hopkins University and the Australian National University. A former hedge fund Chief Economist, Dr. Seiler is an internationally recognized behavioral real estate researcher whose studies have been cited in the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, LA Times, and Washington Post. He has published 180 research studies, has written several books, and serves as the co-editor of the Journal of Real Estate Research. Michael received the James A. Graaskamp Award which recognizes extraordinary iconoclastic thought/action throughout a person’s career in the development of a multi-disciplinary philosophy of real estate in the areas of behavioral real estate and decision-making. Past President of the American Real Estate Society, Dr. Seiler is currently the #1 ranked real estate researcher, and actively serves as an expert witness and consultants in the areas of behavioral and experimental real estate and finance. Michael also is to co-creator of the National Association of Industrial and Office Property (NAIOP) Quarterly Forecast.
Debt Collection and the Decoy Effect
Resolving Toxic Mortgage Debt
Left-Most Digit Effect
2017: Real Estate Academic Leadership (REAL) Author Ranking: #1 out of 888 authors.
Areas of Interest/Expertise
- Behavioral and Experimental Real Estate
- Portfolio Management
Real Estate Journals: Real Estate Economics, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Journal of Real Estate Research, Journal of Housing Economics, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, Appraisal Journal, and Journal of Housing Research, among others.
Finance and Economics Journals: Journal of Behavioral Finance, Journal of Economic Psychology, Review of Behavioral Finance, Advances in Behavioral Finance & Economics, Financial Review, and Journal of Portfolio Management, among others.