Tobias Muhlhofer

Research Assoc. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-9490
Locator Code:
6552

 
Career

Education

2006Ph.D. Real Estate Finance London School of Economics
2002M.S. Real Estate Economics and Finance London School of Economics
2001B.A. Economics, Mathematics, Music Yale University

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Commercial real estate | Performance of delegated money management

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Commercial real estate | Performance of delegated money management

Professional Experience

2015 - Research Associate Professor, Finance, Miami Herbert Business School
2009 - 2015Visiting Assistant Professor, Research Economistisiting Assistant Professor, Research Economist, University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business
2007 - 2013Assistant Professor, Indiana University Kelley School of Business
2005 - 2007Research Fellow, Lecturer, University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business
2002 - 2005Class Teacher, London School of Economics

Honors & Acknowledgements

Outstanding Referee, Real Estate Economics, 2014
Research Prize Recipient, Real Estate Research Institute, 2012 - 2013, 2010 - 2011, 2008 - 2009, 2006 - 2007
Orange Jackets Outstanding Professor award, University of Texas, 2009
Best Dissertation Award, American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, 2006
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Real estate finance; empirical asset pricing; and mutual funds

Publications

Hochberg, Yael and Tobias Mühlhofer Market Timing and Investment Selection: Evidence from Real Estate Investors (Forthcoming, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 2016).


Mühlhofer, Tobias They Would if They Could: Assessing the Bindingness of the Property Holding Constraints for REITs (Forthcoming, Real Estate Economics. 2015).


Mühlhofer, Tobias Why do REIT Returns Poorly Reflect Property Returns? Unrealizable Appreciation Gains due to Trading Constraints as the Solution to the Short-Term Disparity 814-857 (41 Real Estate Economics. 2013).


Hartzell, Jay and Tobias Mühlhofer and Sheridan Titman Alternative Benchmarks for Evaluating Mutual Fund Performance 121-154 (38(1) Real Estate Economics. Spring 2010).