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Grace Wong

Grace Wong Bucchianeri

Assistant Professor of Real Estate


Wharton Faculty > Biography

PhD, Princeton University, 2004; MSc, London School of Economics, 2000; BSc, London School of Economics, 1999

Research Areas
Applied microeconomics; real estate economics; Asian housing markets; living conditions and health.

Current Projects
The microeconomics of housing bubbles; impact of environmental improvements on housing prices; housing prices and extreme events; housing design and health.

Academic Positions Held
Wharton: 2004-present
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Ballard Research Award 2004-05; Princeton University Industrial Relations Section Fellowship, 2003; Mellon Foundation Research Grant, Princeton University, 2003; MacAurthur Foundation Research Grant, Princeton University, 2003; Princeton University Center for Migration and Development Research Award, 2003; Princeton University Center on Regional Studies Predissertation Award, 2002; Princeton University East Asian Studies Predissertation Research Grant, 2002; London School of Economics C.K. Hobson Economics Studentship, 1999

Representative Publications
“Has Sars Infected the Housing Market? Evidence from Hong Kong.”

“Is Sars a Poor Man’s Disease? Housing Values, Living Conditions and Health.”

“The Anatomy of the Hong Kong Property Bubble.”

(with S. Wachter)
“Green City Strategies, Home Values and Social Capital.”