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Charles Nathanson

Associate Professor of Finance

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5 Things You May Not Know about Tax Policy

How do income taxes impact people’s career choices? And do soda taxes actually work?

Researchers: Charles Nathanson, Anna Tuchman, Filippo Mezzanotti, Therese McGuire and Sergio Rebelo

March 14, 2022

Policy

Would Housing Cost Less If It Were Easier to Build New Homes? Surprisingly, Not Much.

A new study suggests that supply and demand are only part of a complex problem.

Researchers: Charles Nathanson, Raven Molloy and Andrew Paciorek

February 2, 2022

Finance & Accounting

Rules to Limit Short-Term Trading Can Have Unintended Consequences

New research suggests that regulators should instead focus on broader investor access to information.

Researchers: Nicolas Crouzet, Ian Dew-Becker and Charles Nathanson

February 1, 2021

Finance & Accounting

What’s Next for Real Estate Markets?

As the pandemic continues to upend how we live, work, and play, the future of residential and commercial markets remains very much in flux.

Researchers: Charles Nathanson

October 5, 2020

Finance & Accounting

Higher Taxes Can Make Altruistic Jobs More Attractive

But subsidizing these careers may ultimately do more good.

Researchers: Benjamin B. Lockwood, Charles Nathanson and E. Glen Weyl

November 2, 2016

Policy

Did Irrational Exuberance Cause Vegas’ Housing Bubble?

Why a city surrounded by open land saw prices spike.

Researchers: Charles Nathanson and Eric Zwick

August 3, 2015

Finance & Accounting

Let the Buyer Be Aware

A common error naïve homebuyers make helps explain housing boom and bust cycles.

Researchers: Edward Glaeser and Charles Nathanson

Podcast: Steering Clear of Financial Crises

Research into the causes of boom and bust cycles in real estate can guide investors.

Researchers: Charles Nathanson, Craig Furfine, David Cocagne and William Michael Bennett