Graham Squires is Associate Professor and Head of Property Group at Massey University, New Zealand (PhD – University of Manchester).
His research interests include:
Property Economics and Finance; Property Policy; Affordable Housing
Graham Squires is an international expert on Property Economics and Finance; Property Policy; and Affordable Housing.
Since 2012...He has published key articles in top-ranked journals on Property Economics and Public Policy. He has also published over 15 journal articles involving topics relating to property finance and residential property. Graham has provided editorial peer review for over 14 different international journals. As well as being on editorial board of the Property Management Journal. Invited speaking has been extensive with contributions to academic seminars, consultancies and professional bodies. Reviewing work has been with international grant and political councils – the most prominent being the UN (United Nations). He has extensive membership and networking groups with engagement in over 8 learned societies. With presentation at 16 international conferences since 2012. PhD supervision has included 2 completions (2015 and 2016) and 1 current PhD supervision at Massey University as primary supervisor.
He is responsible for quarterly research outputs generated by the the Real Estate Analysis Unit (REAU) at Massey University. Funding projects have also been won, generating expert reports for policy related institutions and professional bodies (circa $400,000 NZ). Projects and reports were generated by grants with the global Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (x2), Environment Agency UK (EA), Forces in Mind, City Housing Partnerships, and the UK Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC). He has been a visiting scholar at the University of California Berkeley, awarded by the prestigious Fulbright US–UK Visiting Scholarship Program (2013-14). In addition visiting scholar to Delft University, Holland (2017). Further evidence of research contribution includes authorship of 6 book Chapters. He is Solo Author of Urban and Environmental Economics (Routledge, 2013); Lead Co-editor of International Approaches to Real Estate Development (Routledge, 2015); and Lead Co-editor of the Companion to Real Estate Development (Routledge, 2017). Graham regularly comments with the media on housing affordability and other property related issues.