UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate Launches New Program to Fund Research and Scholarship on Crucial Economic Issues

February 10, 2015 -- The UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, a joint center of the UCLA Anderson School of Management and UCLA School of Law, has partnered with The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation to establish The UCLA Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Program in Real Estate, Finance and Urban Economics. The transformative research program is the result of a $1 million gift from The Gilbert Foundation.

The Gilbert Program will produce and disseminate through its scholars and fellows high-quality, publishable research and will produce symposia, conferences and other programs in real estate and urban economics to address crucial societal concerns.