His academic research heavily favors environmental sustainability issues, with articles such as “Do tenants pay energy efficiency rent premiums?” and “Market implications of operational performance variability in certified green buildings.”
Gabe was raised in California and has spent the last 15 years in New Zealand, where he was a lecturer at the University of Auckland. He serves on the board of the International Real Estate Society.
Shreesh Deshpande, chair of finance and real estate in the USD School of Business, said Gabe’s “portfolio of scholarship is impressive, and his teaching and mentoring of students has been impactful.”
Gabe will begin teaching commercial real estate finance and investment at USD when classes begin Monday.
Faculty members in the Burnham-Moores Center lauded Gabe for his experiential teaching style, international experience and his research, which has been featured in the Journal of Property Finance and Investment and in Building Research and Information.
“It is great to be in San Diego at USD and to receive such a warm welcome,” Gabe said. “I look forward to contributing to the excellence of the USD School of Business and the Burnham-Moores Center, getting to know the real estate students and meeting the individuals and organizations that support USD’s number one ranked real estate program in the country.”
— City News Service
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