Cameron LaPoint’s research explores topics at the intersection of corporate finance, real estate, and empirical macroeconomics. His recent work shows how the spatial dimensions of corporate borrowing and investment can amplify asset price cycles. LaPoint also studies the effects of taxes and financial regulation on real estate and private-value asset markets using large administrative datasets. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Rochester, and a PhD in economics from Columbia University.
Homer Hoyt Institute Best Paper Award, Asian Real Estate Society and American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, 2022 Homer Hoyt Doctoral Dissertation Award, American Real Estate Society and Urban Economics Association, 2020
BlackRock Applied Research Award, Finalist, 2019
C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2019-2020