David Bieri | University of Michigan

David Bieri is assistant professor of urban and regional planning at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His main research and teaching interests are at the intersection of urban planning and real estate economics, public finance and economic geography.

David's current research explores locational sorting, real estate credit flows and local economic development within the broader context of spatial asset pricing. This work focuses on the trajectory of urbanization under capitalism and the evolutionary development of the monetary-financial system as a joint historical process, giving rise to different notions of risk that are coupled to metropolitan form. His other research examines regulatory aspects of international finance, focusing on the increasing financialization of real estate markets. He also writes about the epistemology of economic thought.

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