COLLEGE STATION – Dr. Adam Perdue is a new research economist for the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.
Perdue's research with the Center will focus on public policy and urban, real estate, and spatial economics.
Perdue, a Houston native, received two B.S. degrees—one in civil engineering and one in economics—from the University of Houston (UH).
After working as a transportation engineer in Houston, then in San Antonio, he returned to UH to obtain his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics.
Before coming to work for the Center, Perdue worked as an economist at the UH Institute for Regional Forecasting. He focused on the spatial distribution of Houston economic activity and the local real estate industry.
Perdue also previously worked as an oil and gas consultant for IHS and a real estate consultant for John Burns Real Estate Consulting.
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Source: Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University