Rogier Holtermans is a Postdoctoral Scholar – Research Associate at the Lusk Center for Real Estate since August 2016. His research interests include the financial implications of information asymmetry and sustainability in real estate markets. His research papers have been published in the Journal of Economic Geography and Energy Policy, and he regularly presents his findings at academic conferences, most notably the Allied Social Sciences Association meetings, the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association meetings, and the Financial Management Association meetings. Moreover, Rogier recently received the Real Estate Research Institute's 2017 dissertation research award.
Rogier holds a Bachelor and Master in International Business and a PhD in Finance from Maastricht University, the Netherlands. As a teacher, he taught courses on Corporate and Venture Finance, Real Estate Finance, and Real Estate Investment and Valuation, and supervised students' master theses. In addition to his personal research, Rogier was involved in the management and acquisition of two projects for the European Commission and multiple research projects in cooperation with CBRE. During the doctoral program he held visiting researcher positions at: the U.S. Green Building Council in Washington, DC; the MIT Center for Real Estate in Cambridge, MA; and the Lusk Center for Real Estate at the University of Southern California, in Los Angeles, CA.
Rogier is a research affiliate of the European Center for Corporate Engagement, the European Property Research Institute, and a member of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association.