Mike Eriksen

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Mike Eriksen

Associate Professor, Department of Finance, Real Estate, and Insurance and Risk Management

2344 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-5156

Michael Eriksen is an Associate Professor of Real Estate at the University of Cincinnati. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Biology from Gonzaga University, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Syracuse University. He was previously on the faculty at the University of Georgia and Texas Tech University. Dr. Eriksen’s research focuses on low-income housing markets, and he has worked on projects concerning the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program, housing vouchers, home safety modifications, and homeownership assistance grants. That research has appeared in the Journal of Public Economics, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, Journal of Urban Economics, and Real Estate Economics. His work on fall prevention among the elderly won the 2014 best paper on senior housing award sponsored by the National Investment Center for Senior Housing. Michael has received financial support for his research from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. His research has also been featured in It has also been featured or referenced in the Wall Street Journal, Frontline, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, Money Magazine, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and Moneywatch. He has also presented his research at the Congressional Budget Office, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Government Accountability Office, Urban Institute, American Enterprise Institute, AARP Foundation, and Fannie Mae.

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Research Interest

Real Estate Finance, Urban Economics, Housing Policy

History

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Title: Associate Professor of Real Estate

Institution: UC Real Estate Center

Title: Associate Director

Institution: University of Cincinnati

Title: Assistant Professor of Real Estate

End Date: 2017-08-31

Institution: Texas Tech University

Title: Assistant Professor of Finance

End Date: 2015-08-31

Institution: University of Georgia

Title: Assistant Professor of Real Estate

End Date: 2013-06-30

Institution: Syracuse University

Title: Research Associate

End Date: 2008-12-31

Awards | Honors

Organization: Homer Hoyt Institute for Advances Studies in Real Estate and Urban Economics

Name: Fellow

Year Received: 2019

Organization: Lindner College of Business

Name: Dean's List of Teaching Excellence

Year Received: 2017

Organization: Homer Hoyt Institute for Advanced Studies in Real Estate and Urban Economics

Name: Post-Doctoral Honoree

Year Received: 2017

Organization: Mortar Board Society of Texas Tech University

Name: Apple Polishing Award

Year Received: 2015

Organization: National Investment Center for Senior Housing

Name: Best Paper Award on Senior Housing

Year Received: 2014

Organization: University of Georgia

Name: Recognized by Graduating Students for Career Impact

Year Received: 2013

Organization: University of Georgia

Name: Terry-Sanford Research Award

Year Received: 2012

Organization: University of Georgia

Name: University Summer Research Award

Year Received: 2012

Organization: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Name: Lincoln Scholar

Year Received: 2010

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Name: 2nd Place, Dissertation Award

Year Received: 2009

Organization: Syracuse University

Name: Maxwell Dissertation Fellowship

Year Received: 2008

Organization: Corporation for National and Community Service

Name: AmeriCorps HELP Award

Year Received: 2003

Organization: Gonzaga University

Name: Lindberg Loyalty Award

Year Received: 2003

Organization: Syracuse University

Name: Maxwell Summer Research Fellowship

Year Received: 2003

Organization: Gonzaga University

Name: Robert Prusch Award for Dinstinction in Biology

Year Received: 2003

Education

Institution: Syracuse University

Location: Syracuse, New York, United States

Major: Real Estate

Dissertation: Supply-Side Housing Subsidies and Savings Programs for the Poor

Completed: 2008

Degree: Ph D

Institution: Syracuse University

Location: Syracuse, New York, United States

Major: Economics, General

Completed: 2006

Degree: MA

Institution: Gonzaga University

Location: Spokane, Washington, United States

Major: Biology/Biological Sciences, General

Completed: 2003

Degree: BA

Institution: Gonzaga University

Location: Spokane, Washington, United States

Major: Economics, General

Completed: 2003

Degree: BA

Published Contributions

Jennifer Brown, Mike Eriksen, Nicole Gause, Gene Brody, Jessica Sales,  (2018). Impact of behavioral drug abuse treatment on sexual risk behaviors: An integrative data analysis of eight trials conducted within the National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network . Prevention Science, 761-771.

Mike Eriksen, Christopher Cunningham,  (2018). Tax Reform's Effect on Low-Income Housing. Federal Reserve of Atlanta.

Mike Eriksen,  (2017). Difficult Development Areas and the Supply of Subsidized Housing. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 68-80.

Jennifer Brown, Mike Eriksen, Nicole Gause, Gene Brody, Jessica Sales,  (2017). Integrated Data Analysis of Twelve NIDA CTN Treatment Substance Use Treatment Trials:  Baseline HIV Risk Behaviors and Substance Use. Annals of Behavior Medicine.

Mike Eriksen, James Carson,  (2017). A Burning Question:  Does Arson Increase when Local House Prices Decrease?. Journal of Risk and Insurance, 7-34.

Mike Eriksen, Thomas Kniesner, Chris Rohlfs, Ryan Sullivan,  (2016). Toward more general hedonic estimation:  Clarifying the roles of alternative experimental designs with an application to a housing attribute. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 54-62.

Mike Eriksen, Amanda  Ross,  (2015). Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing. American Economic Journal:  Economic Policy, 24.

Mike Eriksen, Gary Engelhardt, Nadia Greenhalgh-Stanley,  (2015). Home Safety, Accessibility, and Elderly Health:  Evidence from Falls. Journal of Urban Economics, 14-24.

Jennifer Brown, Jessica Sales, Andrea Swartzendruber, Mike Eriksen, Ralph DiClemente, Eve Rose,  (2014). Added benefits:  Reduced depressive symptom levels among African-American female adolescents participating in an HIV prevention intervention . Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 912-920.

Gary Engelhardt, Mike Eriksen, Nadia Greenhalgh-Stanley,  (2013). A Profile of Health and Housing Among Older Americans. Research Institute for Housing America.

Mike Eriksen, Amanda Ross,  (2013). The Impact of Housing Vouchers on Mobility and Neighborhood Attributes. Real Estate Economics, 255-277.

Mike Eriksen, James Kau, Keenan Donald,  (2013). The Impact of Second Loans on Subprime Mortgage Defaults. Real Estate Economics, 858-886.

Mike Eriksen, Stuart Rosenthal,  (2010). Crowd Out, Stigma, and the Effect of Place-based Subsidized Housing. Journal of Public Economics, 953-966.

Mike Eriksen,  (2010). Homeownership Subsidies and the Marriage Decisions of Low-Income Households. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 490-497.

Gary Engelhardt, Mike Eriksen, William Gale, Gregory Mills,  (2010). What are the Social Benefits of Homeownership? Experimental Evidence for Low-Income Households. Journal of Urban Economics, 249-258.

Mike Eriksen,  (2009). The market price of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. Journal of Urban Economics, 141-149.

Gregory Mills, William Gale, Rhiannon Patterson, Gary Engelhardt, Mike Eriksen, Emil Apostolov,  (2008). Effects of Individual Development Accounts on Asset Purchases and Saving Behavior:  Evidence from a Controlled Experiment. Journal of Public Economics, 1509-1530.

Jennifer Brown, Peter Vanable, Mike Eriksen,  (2008). Computer Assisted Self-Interviews:  A Cost Effectiveness Analysis. Behavior Research Methods, 1-7.

Accepted Contributions

Eriksen, Mike; Fout, Hamilton; Palim, Mark; Rosenblatt, Eric, (Accepted). The Influence of Contract Prices and Relationships on Appraisal Bias . Journal of Urban Economics

Eriksen, Mike; Fout, Hamilton; Palim, Mark; Rosenblatt, Eric, (Accepted). Contract Confirmation Bias: Evidence from Repeat Appraisals . Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

Mike Eriksen, Bree Lang,  (Accepted). Overview and Proposed Reforms of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program. Regional Science and Urban Economics.

Gary  Engelhardt, Mike Eriksen, Nadia Greenhalgh-Stanley,  (Accepted). The Impact of Employment on Parental Co-Residence. Real Estate Economics.

Presentations

Title: Homeownership at the End of Life

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Location: Guangzhou, China

Year: 2018

Title: The Role of Parents on the Homeownership Experience of their Children

Organization: Australian National University

Location: Canberra, Australia

Year: 2018

Title: Home Maintenance Patterns of Older Americans

Organization: AARP Foundation

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2018

Title: The Influence of Contract Prices and Relationships on Collateral Valuation

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Year: 2018

Title: The Influence of Contract Prices and Relationships on Collateral Valuation

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Year: 2018

Title: The Influence of Contract Prices and Relationships on Collateral Valuation

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Location: Philadelphia

Year: 2018

Title: Difficult Development Areas and the Supply of Affordable Housing

Organization: Joint Session of American Economics Association and American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Location: Chicago, IL

Year: 2017

Title: The Role of Parents on the Home Ownership Experience of their Children:  Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study

Organization: Fannie Mae

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2017

Title: Confirmation Bias of Collateral

Organization: Homer Hoyt Institute for Advanced Studies in Real Estate and Urban Economics

Location: West Palm Beach, FL

Year: 2017

Title: Difficult Development Areas and the Supply of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Units

Organization: University of California-Los Angeles, Tel Aviv University

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Year: 2016

Title: Difficult Development Areas and the Supply of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Units

Location: Regensberg, Germancy

Year: 2016

Title: Difficult Development Areas and the Supply of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Units

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2016

Title: Difficult Development Areas and the Supply of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Units

Organization: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2016

Title: Where Should We Build Affordable Housing?

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Year: 2016

Title: Explaining how Difficult Development Area Designations Affects the Supply of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Units

Organization: Allied Social Sciences Association / American Real Estate Socieity and Urban Economics

Location: San Francisco, CA

Year: 2016

Title: The Impact of Employment on Parental Co-Residence

Organization: Allied Social Sciences Association / American Real Estate Socieity and Urban Economics

Location: San Francisco, CA

Year: 2016

Title: Employment and the Housing and Living Arrangements of Young Men:  Evidence from the Great Recession

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2015

Title: Explaining Inter-Regional Differences in the Price-to-Rent Ratio

Organization: American Real Estate Society

Location: Fort Myers, FL

Year: 2015

Title: A Burning Question:  Does Arson Increase when Local House Prices Decrease?

Organization: University of Cincinnati

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Year: 2015

Title: Home Safety, Accessibility, and Elderly Health:  Evidence from Falls

Organization: University of Southern California

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Year: 2015

Title: Home Safety, Accessibility, and Elderly Health:  Evidence from Falls

Organization: Allied Social Sciences Association / American Real Estate Socieity and Urban Economics

Location: Boston, MA

Year: 2015

Title: The Effect of Statewide Tax and Expenditure Limitations on Municipal Debt Attributes

Organization: National Tax Association

Location: Santa Fe, NM

Year: 2014

Title: Successful Housing, Successful Aging

Organization: MacArthur Foundation

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2014

Title: Higher depressive symptoms are associated with decreased condom use over 36 months among African American female adolescents

Organization: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Location: Atlanta, GA

Year: 2014

Title: Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing

Organization: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Location: Cambridge, MA

Year: 2014

Title: Home Safety, Accessibility, and Elderly Health:  Evidence from Falls

Organization: American Real Estate Society

Location: San Diego, CA

Year: 2014

Title: Rental Housing for Older Americans:  Overview of Market Demographics and Health Status

Organization: American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2014

Title: Discussion of "Demolition-Forced Moves from Public Housing:  Effects on Youth's Long-Term Employment Outcomes""

Organization: Allied Social Sciences Association / American Real Estate Socieity and Urban Economics

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Year: 2014

Title: Discussion of "Incidence and Price Discrimination:  Evidence from Housing Vouchers"

Organization: Allied Social Sciences Association / American Real Estate Socieity and Urban Economics

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Year: 2014

Title: "Home Safety, Accessibility, and Elderly Health:  Evidence from Falls"

Organization: Urban Economics Association (UEA)

Location: Atlanta, GA

Year: 2013

Title: "Home Safety, Accessibility, and Elderly Health:  Evidence from Falls"

Organization: American Association for Public Policy and Administration (APPAM)

Year: 2013

Title: "Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing"

Organization: University of Illinois

Location: Urbana, IL

Year: 2013

Title: "Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing"

Organization: University of Oklahoma

Location: Norman, OK

Year: 2013

Title: "Aging in Place"

Location: Atlanta, GA

Year: 2013

Title: "Burning Down the House:  Moral Hazard and House Prices"

Organization: Risk Theory Society

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Year: 2013

Title: "Housing Voucher and the Price of Rental Housing"

Organization: Texas Tech University

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Year: 2013

Title: "Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing"

Organization: University of Florida

Location: Gainesville, FL

Year: 2013

Title: "Burning Down the House:  Moral Hazard and House Prices"

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Location: San Diego, CA

Year: 2013

Title: "Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing"

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics

Location: San Diego, CA

Year: 2013

Title: Burning Down the House:  Moral Hazard and House Prices

Organization: Urban Economics Association

Location: Ottawa, Canada

Year: 2012

Title: Discussant for "Social Interactions and Crime Revisited:  An Investigation Using Individual Offender Data in Dutch Neighborhoods"

Organization: Urban Economics Association

Location: Ottawa, Canada

Year: 2012

Title: discussant for “Transaction-Based Commercial Property Indices”

Organization: University of Florida

Location: Gainesville, FL

Year: 2012

Title: The Impact of Housing Vouchers on Mobility and Neighborhood Attributes

Organization: National Tax Association

Location: New Orleans, LA

Year: 2011

Title: Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing

Organization: Regional Science Association International

Location: Miami, FL

Year: 2011

Title: Crowd Out Effects of Place-Based Subsidized Rental Housing

Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Location: Cleveland, OH

Year: 2011

Title: discussant for “The Foreclosure Problem is Not Going Away:  Addressing the Issue of Distressed Sales in a Revaluation Cycle”

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics (AREUEA)

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2011

Title: discussant for “The Geographic Incidence and Welfare Effects of Federal Tax Reform”

Organization: Lincoln Institute

Location: Cambridge, MA

Year: 2011

Title: discussant for “Bubbles and Busts:  The Role of Supply Elasticity”

Organization: Florida State University

Location: Tallahasse, FL

Year: 2011

Title: "Location Decisions of Housing Voucher Recipients"

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics

Location: Denver, CO

Year: 2011

Title: The Influence of Simultaneous Second Mortgages on the Default Decisions of Subprime Borrowers

Organization: Allied Social Sciences Association

Location: Denver, Colorado

Year: 2011

Title: The Impact of Neighborhood Attributes on the Earnings of Low-Income Households:  Evidence from a Field Experiment

Organization: Allied Social Sciences Association

Location: Denver, Colorado

Year: 2011

Title: Public Housing Vouchers and Labor Supply:  Evidence from the Welfare-to-Work Housing Voucher Experiment

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Location: Atlanta, GA

Year: 2010

Title: "The Market Price of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits"

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics

Location: Washington, DC

Year: 2009

Title: "Homeownership Incentives and Household Formation:  Evidence for Low-Income Households"

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics

Location: San Francisco, CA

Year: 2009

Title: Crowd Out and the Effect of Place-Based Subsidized Rental Housing

Organization: North American Regional Science Council

Location: New York, NY

Year: 2008

Title: What are the Social Benefits of Homeownership for the Poor? Evidence from a Field Experiment

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association

Location: New Orleans, LA

Year: 2008

Title: "Neighborhoods, Risk, and the Value of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits"

Location: Savannah, GA

Year: 2007

Title: "The Market Price of Tax Credits:  Evidence from the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program"

Organization: American Real Estate Society

Location: San Francisco, CA

Year: 2007

Title: "Crowd Out, Stigma, and the Effect of Place-based Subsidized Rental Housing"

Organization: American Real Estate and Urban Economics

Location: Chicago, IL

Year: 2007