Senior Lecturer

Iqbal Syed works primarily in the areas of property economics and finance, urban economics, and economic measurements and index numbers. He has developed hedonic methodologies with applications to constructing price indexes for residential and commercial properties, supermarket and high-tech products, and international comparisons of prices and incomes. He has worked on housing markets, investigating property valuations in relation to equilibrium using price-to-rent ratios, price and rent indexes, and the user cost formula. His future research directions include the investigation of links between property markets and the following: credit markets, investments, taxation, incomes, financial stability and the macroeconomy.

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