Thao LeAssistant Professor Department of Real Estate
- Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
- M.Sc., National University of Singapore
- mortgage products
- housing economics
- behavioral biases in real estate
- real estate finance
Thao Le is an Assistant Professor at Georgia State University. She teaches undergraduate courses on real estate economics and finance. Her research interests lie in the areas of housing economics, behavioral biases, real estate finance and mortgage-related products. Her research has been published in leading academic journals including Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Urban Studies, and Journal of Housing Economics. Professor Le received her Ph.D. in Business Administration (with a Real Estate focus) from the Pennsylvania State University, and her M.Sc. in Real Estate and Urban Economics from the National University of Singapore.
- “The Impact of Construction Quality on House Prices”, with Joseph Ooi and Nai-Jia Lee. Journal of Housing Economics, 2016, vol.26, p. 126-138.
- “Explaining House Price Dynamics: Isolating the Role of Non-fundamentals”, with David Ling and Joseph Ooi. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2015, vol. 47(S1), p.87-125.
- “The Spillover Effects of Infill Developments on Local Housing Prices”, with Joseph Ooi. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2013, vol. 43, p. 850 – 861.
- “Financial Structure of Property Companies and Capital Market Development”, with Joseph Ooi. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 2012, vol. 30(6), p. 596 – 611.
- “New Supply and Price Dynamics in the Housing Market”, with Joseph Ooi. Urban Studies, 2011, vol. 49(7), p. 1435-1451.