Ron Cheung Interviewed for Article
October 30, 2023
Professor Ron Cheung, chair of the Department of Economics, was interviewed for an article on rising and declining cities that appeared on FinanceBuzz, a site that provides news on finance topics. Cheung teaches and conducts research in public finance and urban economics, and also teaches a seminar on the economics of housing and real estate.
Regional Science and Urban Economics Publishes Ron Cheung
January 4, 2022
Professor of Economics Ron Cheung published the article, "Homeowner Associations and City Cohesion," in Regional Science and Urban Economics.
Ron Cheung Presents at National Tax Association Conference
November 20, 2018
Professor of Economics Ron Cheung presented on the topics of homeowners associations and city cohesion at the National Tax Association Conference in New Orleans.
Ron Cheung Gives Talk at Brock University
October 9, 2018
Professor of Economics Ron Cheung gave a talk at Brock University in Canada about household debt and local public finances.
Ron Cheung Collaborates
February 27, 2018
Economics Professor and Chair Ron Cheung collaborated with economics honors student Daniel Wetherell ’16 on getting an honors paper published after graduation.
Ron Cheung Interviewed about Homeowner Associations
February 9, 2018
Ron Cheung, associate professor of economics, was interviewed in an article about homeowner associations for the Arizona Republic.
Ron Cheung Interviewed
August 22, 2017
Associate Professor of Economics Ron Cheung was interviewed by City Lab, a publication of the Atlantic, about the history of homeowners associations in "When the City Sells Your Street."
Ron Cheung Interviewed
June 6, 2016
Associate Professor of Economics Ron Cheung was included in a panel of leading economics and public-policy experts for the WalletHub article “2016’s States with the Best & Worst Taxpayer ROI.”
Ron Cheung Presents Paper
November 24, 2015
Associate Professor of Economics Ron Cheung presented his paper “Household Debt and Local Public Finances” November 19 at the National Tax Association’s 108th Annual Conference on Taxation in Boston.
Ron Cheung Publishes Paper
November 26, 2014
Ron Cheung, associate professor of Economics, along with coauthor Rachel Meltzer, has published the paper "Why and Where Do Homeowners Associations Form?" in CityScape, the policy journal published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. To download the paper, visit here.
Ron Cheung Publishes Article
May 12, 2014
Associate Professor of Economics Ron Cheung has published an article entitled "How Are Home Owners Associations Capitalized Into Property Values" in the journal Regional Science and Urban Economics. Co-authored with Rachel Meltzer, an associate professor of urban policy at The New School, it explores the affect of homeowners' associations on property values.
Ron Cheung Publishes in Journal of Housing Economics
January 23, 2014
A paper by Associate Professor of Economics Ron Cheung and two coauthors, “Do homeowners associations mitigate or aggravate negative spillovers from neighboring homeowner distress?”, was recently published in the Journal of Housing Economics.
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