ATLANTA−Jon Wiley, associate professor in the Department of Real Estate and holder of the Richard E. Bowers Professorship in Real Estate at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, is No. 2 worldwide for real estate research productivity, according to the Real Estate Academic Leadership (REAL) rankings of the Journal of Real Estate Literature. In institution rankings, Robinson’s Department of Real Estate is No. 9 worldwide.
The REAL rankings are based on the number of articles published between 2013 and 2017 in the discipline’s three premier journals: the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, the Journal of Real Estate Research and Real Estate Economics.
Wiley has published on topics including commercial real estate, investment, valuation, development, brokerage, and sustainable real estate. Prior to joining Georgia State in 2011, Wiley was on faculty Clemson University and the College of Charleston. He holds a doctorate from the University of Alabama.
The Robinson College offers an undergraduate major and minor in real estate, an MBA concentration in the discipline, an M.S. in real estate and a Ph.D. program.
Richard E. Bowers Professorship in Real Estate and Associate Professor in Real Estate
Professor Wiley teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on Real Estate Development and Real Estate Finance and Mortgage Banking at Georgia State University. Professor Wiley has published a number of articles on commercial real estate, investment, valuation, development, brokerage, and sustainable real estate. Many of these publications appear in leading academic real estate journals including Real Estate Economics, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics and Journal of Real Estate Research. Professor Wiley has presented his research at the annual meetings of premier industry organizations including the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, the American Real Estate Society, and the Financial Management Association.