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Prof. Dr. Nadler

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Curriculum Vita (CV):

Michael Nadler holds the Chair of Real Estate Development at TU Dortmund University which is one of the leading technical universities in Germany with more than 34,000 students. Right now he is the only full professor with a chair in real estate development at a public German University. His research interests are in interdisciplinary real estate develop­ment projects (at the juncture to city and regional planning), development appraisal methods and related decision support systems, innovative financial instruments for urban and real estate development investments and big-scale district development projects. He has pub­lished several books and approximately 100 articles in books and academic and professional journals. In addition to his university position he has a strong professional background in international research and development projects in the real estate sector and the European policy sector for almost 20 years. He worked as a consultant and project lead for the development of brownfield projects, in the creation of new financial instruments in several banks and organizations like the Interna­tional Union of Housing Finance Institutions or the United Nations as well as an expert for appraisals or feasibility studies for diverse corporations as well as municipalities and even for the US Army. He has already done five research projects for the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Commission (DG Regio). Apart from that, I was project leader of two large research projects of the German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs and recently also the project lead for the Federal Government of North Rhine Westphalia in developing new financial instruments in the field of real estate and urban investments. Before his recent position at TU Dortmund University Michael Nadler had a professorship at three other German Universities (TU Kaisers­lautern: real estate finance and development; HTW Alb­stadt-Sigmaringen: facility and real estate management; HTWG Konstanz: sustainable buil­ding management). He holds a PhD in economics and business admini­stration at the Heinrich-Heine-University (HHU) Duesseldorf and a Diploma in economics and business admini­stration from the University of Cologne.

Publications (Excerpt last 10 years):

  • Nadler, Michael/Guhl, Pascal (2015): Development finance for new urban quarters - a reasonable investment market for urban development funds? In: Michael Nadler (ed.), Working Papers for integrated Real Estate Development, Issue No. 3, Dortmund.
  • Thiel, Stefan / Nadler, Michael (2015): External benefits of private property-led development projects. In: Michael Nadler (ed.), Working Papers for integrated Real Estate Development, Issue No. 2, Dortmund.
  • Nadler, Michael (2014): Integrated Plans for Sustainable Urban Development (IPSUD) in Europe. In: Michael Nadler (ed.), Working Papers for integrated Real Estate Development, Issue No. 1, Dortmund.
  • Integrated Plans for Sustainable Urban Development (IPSUD) for urban development projects in Europe, Working Paper 3/2013 of TU Dortmund EIBURS Series.
  • External benefits of private property-led Urban and Real Estate Development Projects, Working Paper 2/2012 of TU Dortmund EIBURS Series (together with Stefan Thiel).
  • Impact Investment Management Accounting for Urban Development Funds in Europe - Going beyond financial returns, Working Paper 1/2012 of TU Dortmund EIBURS Series.
  • Stadtentwicklungsfonds in Deutschland - Fallbeispiele zur Etablierung eines bundesweit agierenden Eigenkapitalfonds, Hrsg. BMVBS, BBSR, BBR, Berlin, Bonn 2011 (together with FIRU mbH).
  • Stadtentwicklungsfonds in Deutschland, Hrsg. BMVBS, BBSR, BBR, Berlin, Bonn 2011 (together with FIRU mbH).
  • ExWost Info 35/3: Stadtentwicklungsfonds in Deutschland, Hrsg. BMVBS, BBSR, BBR, Berlin, Bonn 2011 (together with FIRU mbH).
  • Evaluation study Urban Development Fund North Rhine-Westphalia, Brussels, Luxembourg 2010 (on behalf of the EIB and DG Regio).
  • Evaluation study Urban Development Fund Saarland, Brussels, and Luxembourg 2010: Financial structure of the UDF Hamburg, p. 51-66, (on behalf of the EIB and DG Regio).
  • Evaluation study Urban Development Fund Berlin, Brussels, and Luxembourg 2010: Financial structure of the UDF Berlin, p. 52-66, (on behalf of the EIB and DG Regio).
  • JESSICA – UDF Typologies and Governance Structures in the context of JESSICA implementation, Brussels, Luxembourg, 2010 (together with C. Kreuz)
  • JESSICA und Stadtentwicklungsfonds: Neue Impulse für das Flächenrecycling, in: Informationen zur Raumordnung 2010, Vol. 1., p. 43-57 (together with P. Jakubowski and C. Kreuz).
  • ExWost Info 35/2: Stadtentwicklungsfonds in Deutschland, Hrsg. BMVBS, BBSR, BBR, Berlin, Bonn 2010 (together with FIRU mbH).
  • ExWost Info 35/1: Stadtentwicklungsfonds in Deutschland, Hrsg. BMVBS, BBSR, BBR, Berlin, Bonn 2009 (together with FIRU mbH).
  • Stadtentwicklungsfonds in Europa - Ideen zur Umsetzung der JESSICA-Initiative, Hrsg. BMVBS, BBSR, BBR, Berlin, Bonn 2009 (together with FIRU mbH and C. Kreuz)
  • Evaluation study Urban Development Fund Hamburg, Brussels, Luxembourg 2009, on behalf of the EIB and DG Regio (together with FIRU mbH).
  • Contractual savings schemes for housing – efficient financial services for incremental home ownership in emerging economies (together with R. Schirmeister, under review in World Development)
  • Urban Development Funds in Europe - Ideas for implementing the JESSICA Initia­tive – Report for the Marseille meeting of EU Urban Policy Ministers – 25.11.2008 (together with FIRU mbH and C. Kreuz)
  • (Innen-)Stadtentwicklungsfonds – Public Private Partnership im Spannungsfeld zwi­schen Immobilienbestandsentwicklung und Stadterneuerung, in: Zeitschrift für gemein­wirt­schaftliche und öffentliche Unternehmen (ZgöU), No. 4/2007, p. 414–435.
  • Die Vorteilhaftigkeit von Portfolioakquisitionen am deutschen Im­mobilienmarkt – eine Frage der Finanzierung?! in: Finanz-Betrieb 2006, No. 11, p. 722–729.
  • Home ownership in emerging economies – efficient financial services for UN HABITAT strategies, Düsseldorfer Schriften zur Finanzierung und In­ve­sti­tion, Band 9, Düsseldorf, 2006 (together with R. Schirmeister).
  • Geovisualisierungen für die Stadt- und Immobilienentwicklung; in: www.stadtana­lyse.de, No. 2, 2006, p. 3–5 (together with C. von Malottki).
  • Wertschöpfungspotentiale geographischer Informationssysteme in der Immobilien­ent­wick­­lung; in: M. Schwenk (Hrsg.): Nachhaltige Lösungen für die Infor­ma­tions­gesell­schaft, Ta­gungs­band, 11. internationale Konferenz, Wien, 2006, p. 629–638.
  • InnenStadtEntwicklungsFonds, (gleichzeitig auch: Wettbewerbsbeitrag „Werkstadt Innen­stadt“ 2005), Mainz, 2005 (on behalf of the city of Bad Dürkheim)
  • Evaluation of private housing finance systems, in: United Nations: Housing finance systems for countries in transition, New York, Geneva, 2005, S. 41–61 and Annexes.
  • Housing finance systems for countries in transition, New York, Geneva, 2005 (on behalf of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe).


Nebeninhalt

Arbeitspapiere zur integrierten Immobilienentwicklung / Working Papers for integrated Real Estate Development

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Arbeitspapier Bd 3 (Druckbogen)3

 

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Schriftenreihe Bd 2 (Vorderseite)3

 

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Schriftenreihe Bd 1 (Vorderseite)3