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    Emil Malizia
    Professor; Director, Dual Degree Programs; Director, Institute for Economic Development
    316 New East
    work919.962.4759 (phone)
    fax919.962.5206 (fax)
    Dr. Malizia has extensive research experience in the areas of urban and regional development and redevelopment.

    + FAICP
    + M.R.P., Ph.D., Cornell
    + B.A., Rutgers


    Dr. Malizia teaches real estate development, urban redevelopment, and development finance.

    PLAN 765: Real Estate Development
    PLAN 823: Planning Workshop—Design & Development
    UNC's Basic Economic Development Course instructor

    Research and practice

    Dr. Malizia has extensive research experience in the areas of urban and regional development and redevelopment. He has authored or co-authored five books and over 150 articles, chapters, reports, and other publications. He has served as a consultant to private developers and to nonprofit development and public agencies. During leaves, Dr. Malizia has worked in federal service and as a senior advisor to a major real estate investment company.

    Public service

    + Chair/Member - PAB Site Visit Teams
    + Member - Community Planning Teams
    + UNC-CH Representative - UNC's Economic Transformation Council

    Professional activities

    + Fellow - American Real Estate Society
    + Charter Member - American Planning Association
    + Member - the Urban Land Institute
    + Reviewer - Journal of the American Planning Association
    + Editorial Board Member - Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education

    Private consulting

    Economic & fiscal impact analysis, Impact fee studies, Real estate market & feasibility analysis, Development finance.

    Selected publications

    + "Fair Market Value in a Redeveloping Area, " Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education, Vol. 12, No.1, 2009.
    + "Which Indicators Explain Metropolitan Performance Best: Traditional or Creative Class?" Journal of the American Planning Association, Vol. 74, Spring 2008 (co-author).
    + "Does the Wealth of Cities Matter?" Lincoln Institute for Land Policy Working Paper, 2008, 42pp.
    + "City and Regional Planning: A Primer for Public Health Officials," American Journal of Health Promotion, Vol. 19, No. 5, March/April 2005.
    + “Structuring Urban Redevelopment Projects: Moving Participants Up the Learning Curve,” Journal of Real Estate Research, Vol. 25, No. 4, 2003.
    + Understanding Local Economic Development, New Brunswick: Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1999 (with Edward Feser).

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