23 Feb Black History Month Series: Black Homeownership Gap: Research Trends and Why The Growing Gap Matters Black History Month Series: Black Homeownership Gap: Research Trends and Why The Growing Gap Matters Tuesday, February 23, 2021 (10:00 AM to 11:00 AM) Zoom FREE: Zoom Link Information will be sent via your registration confirmation email Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructors This presentation will take a deep dive into the data of Black homeownership, the research trends and why the growing gaps matter. Zoom Zoom Arthur Acolin Arthur Acolin is an Assistant Professor and Bob Filley Endowed Chair in the Runstad Department of Real Estate in the College of Built Environments at the University of Washington. He obtained his Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Development from the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California in May 2017. His dissertation, titled “Three Essays on Frictions in Housing Markets” looked at various market imperfections that affect household housing choices and impact their financial outcomes. His field of research is housing economics with a focus on international housing policy and finance. His particular interest is on how housing market institutions and market designs affect household access to housing (tenure choice, housing consumption and mobility decision). Prior to completing his Ph.D. Acolin was a Research Associate in the Real Estate department of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he worked on housing, urbanization and economic development issues. He obtained a master in Urban Policy from the London School of Economics and Sciences Po Paris and an undergraduate degree in Urban Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.