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									                                    CURRICULUM VITAE

                                   MICHAEL A. ANIKEEFF

                                      Chair and Professor
                           The Edward St John Real Estate Department
                             Division of Business and Management
                                   Johns Hopkins University


EDUCATION

       Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1975, Sociology, City Planning
       MBA, American University, 1984, Finance
       MCP, The Ohio State University, 1972, City Planning
       AB., University of California (Berkeley), 1966, Social Science

       Post Doctoral work, University of Maryland, School of Business, 1984-1985, Strategic
       Management and Business Policy

       Johns Hopkins University, 1981
       National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship

PRESENT POSITION

Nov. 1991 – Present: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, Chair and
       Professor, Real Estate Department. In this capacity I develop graduate program
       curriculum, advise students, hire and evaluate faculty, develop non-credit courses,
       administer an applied research program, implement fundraising activities, and work with
       an advisory board. I also conduct applied research, publish in professional journals, and
       teach courses.

July 2000 – June 2001:Interim Director Academic Affairs Division of Business and Management
       Additional duty held while we conducted a search for a new director of the division.

PRIOR POSITIONS

1986 – 1991: The Urban Land Institute, Washington, DC, Senior Associate, and
       Research/Education. I managed the professional development program for a non-profit,
       research/education organization. I developed the ULI Real Estate Development School
       for entry-level real estate and land use professionals; and, established mid-career training
       programs for shopping center developers and business and industrial park developers. I
       also wrote and/or edited ULI publications.

1984 – 1986: University of Maryland, College Park, Director, Small Business Development
       Center. I managed a project funded by the federal Small Business Administration. I
       supervised student teams in the development of business plans and market research
       reports for 75-100 small firms annually.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                               2


1981 – 1984: University of Arkansas, School of Architecture, Assistant Professor, Graduate
       Planning Program. I was one of three faculty members recruited to establish a new
       graduate program in community planning. I taught research methods, the planning
       process, and an introduction to planning. In addition, I presented papers at national
       meetings of planners, preservationists, and landscape architects.

1979 – 1981: U.S. Congress, Congressional Staff Appointment, Legislative Research Assistant
       to Congressman Charles E. Bennett (D-Fla.). In this position I developed legislation to
       amend Urban Development Action Grants, the Clean Water Act, the Historical
       Preservation Act. I also wrote proposals and acquired grants for the first historic
       preservation adaptive reuse project in Jacksonville, Florida.

1975 – 1979: University of North Florida (Jacksonville), Director of Sponsored Research and
       Training/Assistant Professor Sociology. At the request of the administration I created a
       division to develop and implement externally funded projects. I increased revenue from
       $515,000 in 1974 to $2.3 million in 1979. We successfully completed 84 projects worth
       $5.2 million. We established five centers: Economic Education, HUD Neighborhood
       Resource, Aging and Adult Studies, Police Traffic Management, English Language. As
       an Assistant Professor I taught research methods, urban sociology, and urban planning.

1974 – 1975: Jacksonville (Florida) Area Planning Board, Senior Planner. I served as the head of
       the research section where I supervised economic, demographic, and housing studies and
       evaluated the economic, demographic, and housing impact of large real estate
       developments.

1974: State of Ohio, Department of Economic and Community Development. I served as a
      project consultant and developed a program for the inventory and evaluation of industrial
      sites.

1970 – 1974: Ohio State University, Research Associate. I analyzed the impact of regional
       economic development on community population growth and retail trade.

1966 – 1969: U.S. Army, Transportation Officer – Honorably Discharged as Captain.


PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Articles
Anikeeff, M. A . (2005). Best practices in emerging markets: Examples
      from the U.S. hotel industry In Bilgin, F.Z., Sriram, V, & Wuhrer, G.A., (Eds.), Drivers
      of Global Business Success: Lessons from Emerging Markets. London: Palgrave
      Macmillian..

Anikeeff, M.A. & Sriram, V.( April 27,2004) Use of the best practices technique
    in business and ways to maximize its usefulness. International Business & Economics
    Research Journal.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                                3


Mueller, G. R., & Anikeeff, M. A. (2001). Real estate ownership and operating businesses: Does
   combining them make sense for REITs? Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 7(1),
   55-67.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Mueller, G. R. (2000). Seniors housing and long-term care: Defining the
    business. Seniors Housing and Care Journal, 8(1), 3-12.

Mueller, G. R., Anikeeff, M. A., & Willging, P. R. (2000). Seniors housing real estate ownership
   and operating businesses: Which has performed best in public markets? Seniors Housing
   and Care Journal, 8(1), 41-50.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1999). Estimating the demand for seniors housing and home health care.
    Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 5(3), 247-259.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Mueller, G. R. (1998). Towards standardizing seniors housing industry
    definitions by product type. In M. A. Anikeeff & G. R. Mueller (Eds.), Research issues in
    real estate: Vol. 4. Seniors housing (pp. 89-108). Boston: Kluwer.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Novitzki, J. (1998). Quantifying the supply of seniors housing. In M. A.
    Anikeeff & G. R. Mueller (Eds.), Research issues in real estate: Vol. 4. Seniors housing (pp.
    183-204). Boston: Kluwer.

Benjamin, J. D., & Anikeeff, M. A. (1998). Primer on key issues in seniors housing. In M. A.
    Anikeeff & G. R. Mueller (Eds.), Research issues in real estate: Vol. 4. Seniors housing (pp.
    5-20). Boston: Kluwer.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1996). Shopping center tenant mix: A review. In J. D. Benjamin (Ed.),
    Research issues in real estate: Vol. 3. Megatrends in retail real estate (pp. 215-238).
    Boston: Kluwer.

Sriram, V., & Anikeeff, M. A. (1995). Vertical integration and entrepreneurial performance in a
     fragmented industry: An empirical analysis. In G. E. Hills, D. F. Muzyka, G. S. Omura, &
     G. A. Knight (Eds.), Research at the marketing/entrepreneurship interface (pp. 567-578).
     Chicago: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Sriram, V., & Anikeeff, M. A. (1995, winter). Strategic consistency and performance: An
     analysis of real estate developers. Journal of Managerial Issues, VII (4), 435-446.

Anikeeff, M. A., Sriram, V., & Sapienza, H. J. (1994). Age, size, and product market strategy in
    a fragmented industry: An analysis of real estate developers. In G. E. Hills & S. T. Mohan-
    Neill (Eds.), Research at the marketing/entrepreneurship interface (pp. 31-40). Chicago:
    University of Illinois at Chicago.

Sriram, V., & Anikeeff, M. A. (1991, winter). Product-market strategies among development
     firms. Journal of Real Estate Research, 7, 99-115.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                              4




Professional Publications

Anikeeff, M. A. (1996, autumn). Seniors housing: Defining the business. The REIT Report,
      National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, 16(4), 38-41.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1996, winter). Motivating management. The REIT Report, National Association
      of Real Estate Investment Trusts, 16(1), 17, 18, 22, 32.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1995, summer). Executive compensation survey. The REIT Report, National
      Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, 14(3), 19-20.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1991, March). Commercial and industrial development: Industrial/business
      parks. Urban Land, 50(3), 19-21.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1990, March). Commercial and industrial development: Industrial/business
      parks. Urban Land, 49(3), 15-19.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1989, March). Business of development. Urban Land, 48(3), 10-14.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1988, November). Car care centers. Urban Land, 47(11), 14-17.

SELECTED INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Refereed Presentations in Proceedings
Anikeeff, M. A.& Sriram ,V. (2004 December) market Entry and Competitive Strategy
      in the Global Hotel Industry: The case of India. IIMK Conference Calicut India.


Sriram, V, & Anikeeff, M. A. (2004, June) The Impact of Marketing and Strategic Planning on
       Hospice Performance. Paper presented at the European Applied Business Research
       Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland..

Anikeeff, M. A., & Sriram, V. (2000, September). Seniors housing and long-term care: The
      multicultural pattern of demand. Paper presented at 2000 Academy of Marketing Science
      Multicultural Marketing Conference, Hong Kong, PRC.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Mueller, G. R. (2000, July). Seniors housing and long-term care facilities:
      The need for standardized definitions. Paper presented at the European Network for
      Housing Research 2000 Conference, Gavle, Sweden.

Sriram, V., & Anikeeff, M. A. (2000, March). A proposed certificate in seniors housing. Paper
       presented at the International Applied Business Research Conference, Puerto Vallarta,
       Mexico.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                            5


Anikeeff, M. A., & Sriram, V. (1998, September). Seniors housing and long-term care: The
      impact of ethnicity, age, and location. Paper presented at the Multicultural Marketing
      Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Selected Academic Paper Presentations


Anikeeff. (2006 April) Will Aging Populations Influence Demand for Residential Building
      Types? Presented at the ARES conference. Key West, Florida.


Anikeeff. ( 2005, December) US and European University Real Estate Education: Irrelevant and
      Worthless in Europe and the US? Presented at ERES Education conference. Alicante,
      Spain.

Anikeeff et al. (2005 April) Medical Facilities panel.
      at the ARES conference. Santa Fe, New Mexico. (best paper in seniors housing)

Anikeeff. (2004 April) Best Real Estate Practices for Entering Emerging Markets .
      Presented at the ARES conference. Captiva, Florida.

Anikeeff. ( 2003, April) University Real Estate Education: Irrelevant and Worthless?Presented at
      the ARES conference. Monterey California.

Anikeeff and Sriram.( 2003 March)Use of the Best Practice Technique in Business and Ways to
      Maximize its Usefulness. International Applied Business Research Conference.
       Acapulco. Mexico Selected as a “best paper”


Anikeeff (2003,April) Development Firm Strategy and Performance. NAIOP National Forums
      Symposium. Phoenix, Arizona. Presentation to three forums. Industrial, office, and mixed
      use.

Anikeeff, M. A. (2002,April). Community economic sustainability. Paper presented at the ARES
      Conference, Naples, FL

Anikeeff, M. A. (2001, April). Defining the business: Step 1 in strategic planning. Paper
      presented at the ARES Conference, Coeur d’Alene, ID.


Mueller, G. R., Anikeeff, M. A., & Mullen, A. (2000, March). Real estate ownership and
      operating businesses: Does combining them make sense for healthcare and hotel REITs?
      Paper presented at the American Real Estate Society Annual Meeting, Santa Barbara,
      CA.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1998, April). Benchmarking the use of seniors housing and home health care.
      Paper presented at the American Real Estate Society Annual Meeting, Monterey, CA.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                               6


Anikeeff, M. A., & Novitzki, J. E. (1997, April). Quantifying the supply of seniors housing.
      Paper presented at the American Real Estate Society Annual Meeting, Sarasota, FL.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Mueller, G. R. (1996, April). Standardizing seniors housing industry
      definitions by project type. Paper presented at the American Real Estate Society Annual
      Meeting, Lake Tahoe, CA.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Sriram, V. (1995, April). Vertical integration and developer performance.
      Paper presented at the American Real Estate Society Annual Meeting, Hilton Head, SC.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Sriram, V. (1994, June). Vertical integration and entrepreneurial
      performance in a fragmented industry: An empirical analysis. Paper presented at the
      Research Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship, INSEAD, France.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Sriram, V. (1994, April). Strategic consistency and performance: An analysis
      of real estate developers. Paper presented at the American Real Estate Society Annual
      Meeting, Santa Barbara, CA.

Anikeeff, M. A., Sriram, V., & Sapienza, H. J. (1993, August). Age, size, and product market
      strategy in a fragmented industry: An analysis of real estate developers. Paper presented
      at the Research Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Boston, MA.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1993, April). Management decision-making model for shopping center tenant
      selection. Paper presented at the American Real Estate Society Annual Meeting, Key
      West, FL.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1982, October). Community population growth: A function of ecological
      position and level of regional development. Paper presented at American Collegiate
      Schools of Planning Conference, Chicago, IL.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1982, October). Predicting the growth and decline of small towns. Paper
      presented at the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference on Rural
      Landscape, Blacksburg, VA.

Anikeeff, M. A. (1982, June). The town plan in America: A legacy of Frederick Law Olmstead,
      Jr. Paper presented at Olmstead and the Historic Landscape Conference, Chicago, IL.

Selected Presentations/Panels
Anikeeff,M.A. (2005 June) Demography and the City: how will aging population in some
       countries impact cities and building typology.Presented at the International Real Estate
       Federation (FIABCI) Athens.

Anikeeff. (June 2005) University Real Estate Education: Industry Views. Presented at the IRES
      conference Dublin.

Anikeeff, M. A. (2001, September). The Johns Hopkins approach to graduate real estate
      education. Urban Land Institute Conference on Graduate Education, Oxford, England.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                            7


Anikeeff, M. A. (2001, July). Demographic changes in the United States from the 2000 Census.
      International Real Estate Society World Congress, Anchorage, AK.

Anikeeff, M. A. (2001, April). Sustainable growth: Fact or fiction? Panel chair at the ARES
      Conference, Coeur d’Alene, ID.

Anikeeff, M. A. (2000, June). Analysis of demographics and the need to establish global
      standards for research in the retirement field. Paper presented at FIABCI World
      Congress, London.

EDITORIAL AND REVIEW ACTIVITIES

Editorial Board, Development, 2004 to present

Editor, Seniors Housing & Care Journal, 1999-present.

Reviewer, Journal of Real Estate Research, 1996-present.

Reviewer, Journal of Managerial Issues, 1996-present.

Occasional reviewer, Housing Policy Debate.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                              8


GRANTS AND SPONSORED PROGRAMS

Anikeeff, M. A., & Bolan, L. Trendwatch 2006: A survey research study of residentail real estate
      trends in the region. Appraisal Institute of Maryland, September 2005 ($30,000).

Anikeeff, M.A 2005 $5.9million commitment to Edward St John Real Estate Department.

Anikeeff, M.A 2004. Scholarships. Raised $100,000 from industry for endowed student support.

Anikeeff, M. A., & Mueller, G. R. Real Estate Membership Program2003-2004 Annual
      membership program for individuals and organizations. Provides for general program
      support. Memberships range from $2,500 to $10,000 annually.( $150,000 )

Anikeeff, M. A., & Mueller, G. R. Real Estate Membership Program. Annual membership
      program for individuals and organizations. Provides for general program support.
      Memberships range from $2,500 to $10,000 annually. Established July 2001 ($160,000)

Anikeeff, M. A. NIC Seniors Housing & Care Program. Research, teaching, and service for the
      seniors housing industry. September 1999 Four-year grant ($330,000).

Anikeeff, M. A., & Bolan, L. Trendwatch 2001: A survey research study of real estate trends in
      the region. Advisory Board Sponsors, September 2000 ($28,000).

Anikeeff, M. A., & Bolan, L. Trendwatch 2000: A survey research study of real estate trends in
      the region. Multiple Industry Sponsors, September 1999 ($26,000).

Anikeeff, M. A. Seniors housing research seminar. Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc., October
      1997 ($9,750).

Anikeeff, M. A., & Bolan, L. Trendwatch 1998-2000: A survey research study of real estate
      trends in the region. The Manekin Corporation, September 1997 ($25,000).

Anikeeff, M. A. General Services Administration development and management course. General
      Services Administration, June 1995 ($25,000).

Anikeeff, M. A. Senior loan officers course. Maryland National Bank, 1993 ($25,000).

MEMBERSHIP/HONORS
Eminent Fellow, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (2005)
Distinguished Fellow, National Association Industrial and Office Properties (2000-2006)
Director, International Real Estate Society(elected )
Director, American Real Estate Society(elected)
Member, American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association
Member, American Institute of Certified Planners (1982)
Member, ULI-the Urban Land Institute
Member, Lambda Alpha International
Member, NAREIT, National Association Real Estate Investment Trusts
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                                9


Member, FAIBCI, International Real Estate Federation
Member, Appraisal Institute Master’s Program Committee
Member, AFIRE, Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate
Judge, National Association of Home Builders Seniors Housing Awards
Licensed Real Estate Broker, Washington DC and Maryland
City and Regional Planning Faculty Prize (scholarship)
Outstanding Young Educator, Jacksonville Jaycees

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Service to the Community
       Member, Expert Panel, Inter county Connector, State of Maryland department of
       Transportation.(2003-2004)

        Baltimore Architectural Foundation
        Served as an Advisory Board member

        Urban Land Institute
        Served in leadership as vice chairman, small-scale development council and currently on
        senior housing council and Baltimore District Council, steering committee

        National Association of Home Builders
        Served as judge on national award panel for seniors housing

Service to the University

Service assignments devoted to University operations fall under two categories: School and
Division of Business and Management.

        School

        Academic Council
        Chaired by the Provost, it is the final authority on academic and faculty issues for the
        School.

        Academic Policy Committee
        Represent the Division on the School Committee that deals with all academic issues
        except those related to faculty.

        Appointments and Promotions Committee
        Represent the Division on the School Committee that reviews portfolios and recommends
        faculty appointments and promotions.

        Johns Hopkins University Library Committee
        Represented the School and the Division on the University Committee.

        Academic Search Committees
        Member, Associate Dean and Director of Division of Business and Management.
Michael A. Anikeeff                                                                             10


        Executive MBA Committee
        Member of committee to explore the potential for a joint venture with another academic
        institution to provide an Executive MBA in Baltimore.

        Division of Business and Management

        Interim Director Academic Affairs Division of Business and Management

        Faculty Search Committees
        Marketing, Management, Finance, Programs

        Capital Campaign
        My program was one of the School initiatives 1997-2000.And is in the current campaign.

Service to the Profession

        American Real Estate Society
        Elected to the Board of Directors of the American Real Estate Society – academics and
        research directors of the industry.(1999-2002) and (2004-2009)

        International Real Estate Society
        Elected to the Board of Directors

        Society of Accredited Real Estate Programs
         Serve on Committee to establish accreditation
        standards for University programs.

        Appraisal Institute
        Academic member of Masters Degree Committee

        International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI)
        Academic member of this Paris-based organization

        American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association
        Member

        Lambda Alpha International
        Member, national honorary real estate and land economics association

        American Institute of Certified Planners
        Professional member of American Planning Association
        Selected by experience and written examination

								
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