Urban economics, real estate, financial frictions, labor markets


A CIRANO Researcher since 2019, Amine Ouazad is Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Economics at HEC Montréal. He also holds the endowed research professorship in Urban and Real Estate Economics at HEC Montréal, is member of the First Street Foundation Lab and DLA Piper Visiting Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University in April 2020.

Holding a Ph.D. in Economics from the Paris School of Economics, his research interests are urban economics, labor economics, finance, applied microeconometrics. In addition to urban economics, real estate, and the future of cities, his research interest has focused on the importance of finance and real estate finance.

He earned tenure as an Associate Professor at École polytechnique, Paris, in 2016-2017. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at INSEAD, where he taught on the Asia, Europe, and Middle East campuses, in the EMBA, MBA, PhD programs.

His work has been published in the International Economic Review (UPenn), the Review of Economics and Statistics (Harvard Kennedy School of Government), the Journal of Economic Theory, the Journal of Public Economics, the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Education Finance and Policy, the journal of the American Education Finance Association published by MIT Press.

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Resilient Urban Housing Markets: Shocks vs. Fundamentals

Amine Ouazad

Municipal Affairs, Human Capital, Regional Development, Risk Management and Industrial Cluster