Dr Nikodem Szumilo is a Fellow in Economic Geography at the London School of Economics and Political Science. In addition to inequality, his research focuses mainly applied regional, urban and real estate economics and finance. He is particularly focused on empirical research of social and environmental sustainability issues and their economic implications. His pioneering work on the financial value of sustainability in real estate has been recognized both nationally and internationally while his research on the economics of housing affordability continues to influence regional policies across the UK. He also received international awards for his work on ethics and financial risk which resulted in numerous presentations and workshops on real estate risk management and modelling. He is a member of the Cambridge Real Estate Research Centre, an affiliated lecturer at the Department of Land Economy at University of Cambridge and an honorary member of the Healthy Liveable Cities Research Group at RMIT’s Centre for Urban Research. His applied economics work has been published in academic and professional magazines across the globe.
Dr Nikodem Szumilo