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					                                              Andrey D. Pavlov
Visiting Associate Professor of Real Estate                                            Associate Professor of Finance
The Wharton School                                                                          Simon Fraser University
University of Pennsylvania                                                                    Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Tel: 215 573 0453                                                                                  Tel: 604 291 5835
E-mail: apavlov@wharton.upenn.edu                                                             E-mail: apavlov@sfu.ca
Web: real.wharton.upenn.edu/~apavlov                                                      Web: www.sfu.ca/~apavlov

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Educational Background
    1999 Ph.D.        “Implications of Spatial Modeling to Issues in Financial Economics and Real Estate”
                      Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles
    1996 M.A.         Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles
    1994 M.B.A.       International Management, Thunderbird, American Graduate School of International Business
    1993 B.Sc.        Mathematics, Sonoma State University
    1991              Mathematics, Sofia University, Bulgaria

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Employment History at Academic Institutions
    July 2006 – Current                 Visiting Associate Professor of Real Estate, The Wharton School, University of
                                        Pennsylvania
    August 2006 – Current               Associate Professor, Finance, Simon Fraser University
    June 2001 – August 2006             Assistant Professor, Finance, Simon Fraser University
    June 1999 – May 2001                Assistant Professor, Finance, Concordia University
    September 1994 – June 1999          Research Assistant, Real Estate Center, UCLA
    July 1998 – August 1998             Lecturer, Real Estate Finance, UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business
    August 2005 – Current               Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

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Current Research Interests
    Real Estate Finance, Valuation, Institutions, and Public Policy
    Dynamic Portfolio Choice
    Non-parametric methods, Spatial Statistics

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Current Teaching Interests
    Real Estate Finance, Financial Derivatives, Econometrics



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                                              Andrey D. Pavlov
Visiting Associate Professor of Real Estate                                           Associate Professor of Finance
The Wharton School                                                                         Simon Fraser University
University of Pennsylvania                                                                   Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Tel: 215 573 0453                                                                                 Tel: 604 291 5835
E-mail: apavlov@wharton.upenn.edu                                                            E-mail: apavlov@sfu.ca
Web: real.wharton.upenn.edu/~apavlov                                                     Web: www.sfu.ca/~apavlov
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Refereed Publications
    Homeownership as a Constraint on Asset Allocation. (with Steve Cauley and Eduardo Schwartz). Journal of Real
    Estate Finance and Economics. Forthcoming.
    The Inevitability of Market-Wide Underpricing of Mortgage Default Risk. (with Susan Wachter). Real Estate
    Economics. 34(4): 479-496. 2006
    Spatial Heterogeneity in Mortgage Terminations by Refinance, Move, and Default. (with Yongheng Deng and
    Lihong Yang). Real Estate Economics. 33:4,671-698, 2005.
    Neighborhood Effect of Real Estate Maintenance. (with George Blazenko). Journal of Real Estate Finance and
    Economics. 30:4, 327-340, 2005.
    Bank Lending and Real Estate in Asia: Market Optimism and Asset Bubbles. (with Koh, Mariano, Phang, Tan, and
    Wachter). Journal of Asian Economics. 15:1103 – 1118, 2005.
    Evaluating Flexibility in Small Firm Financing. (with Khaled Soufani and Panikkos Poutziouris). Journal of
    Entrepreneureal Finance and Business Ventures. 9:1, 71 - 93, 2004.
    Robbing the Bank: Short-term Players and Asset Prices. (with Susan Wachter). Journal of Real Estate Finance and
    Economics. 28:2/3, 147-160, 2004.
    The Economics of Maintenance for Real Estate Investments (with George Blazenko). Real Estate Economics. 32:1,
    55-85, 2004.
    Rational Delays: The Case of Real Estate. (with Steve Cauley). Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.
    24:1/2:143-165, 2002.
    Competing Risks of Mortgage Terminations: Who Refinances, Who Moves, and Who Defaults? Journal of Real
    Estate Finance and Economics, 23:2, 185-211, 2001, (cited 6 times).
    Space Varying Regression Coefficients: A Semi-Parametric Approach Applied to Real Estate Markets. Real Estate
    Economics. 28.2: 249-283, 2000, (cited 19 times).
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Reviewed (Non-refereed) Publications
    Real Estate Crashes and Bank Lending. (with Susan Wachter). Wharton Real Estate Review. 9:1, 62-69, 2005
    Value Creation through Real Options Management. (with Marcel Boyer, Peter Christoffersen, and Pierre Lasserre)
    Enterprise Risk Management-Concepts and Cases - Vol.VI. 2006.
    There is no Need to Fear a House-Price Bubble in Canada. The Globe and Mail. October 5, 2005.
    Land Values and Sustanable Development. RICS Foundation Monograph. 2004.
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Works Submitted for Publication
    Investment Timing for Dynamic Business Expansion. (with George Blazenko)
    Investment Timing for New Business Ventures. (with George Blazenko)
    Financial Risk Theory for a Regulated Insurer. (with George Blazenko)
    Underpriced Default Spread Exacerbates Market Crashes (with Koh, Mariano, Phang, Tan, Wachter)



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                                              Andrey D. Pavlov
Visiting Associate Professor of Real Estate                                           Associate Professor of Finance
The Wharton School                                                                         Simon Fraser University
University of Pennsylvania                                                                   Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Tel: 215 573 0453                                                                                 Tel: 604 291 5835
E-mail: apavlov@wharton.upenn.edu                                                            E-mail: apavlov@sfu.ca
Web: real.wharton.upenn.edu/~apavlov                                                     Web: www.sfu.ca/~apavlov
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Conference Presentations Since 2004
    September 2006       Northern Finance Association Meetings. Investment Timing for New Business Ventures. (with
                         George Blazenko)
    September 2006       Northern Finance Association Meetings. Financial Risk Theory for a Regulated Insurer. (with
                         George Blazenko)
    June 2006            Cambridge – UNC Symposium on Real Estate Derivatives. Underpriced Default Spread
                         Exacerbates Market Crashes (with Susan Wachter)
    July 2005            Singapore - Hong Kong Real Estate Investment Symposium. Homeownership as a Constraint
                         on Asset Allocation (with Steve Cauley and Eduardo Schwartz)
    June 2005            Society for Advancement of Economic Theory Conference. Homeownership as a Constraint on
                         Asset Allocation (with Steve Cauley and Eduardo Schwartz)
    May 2005             Weimer School of Advanced Studies in Real Estate and Land Economics. Implications of
                         Homeownership to Strategic Asset Allocation (with Steve Cauley and Eduardo Schwartz)
    October 2004         Northern Finance Association Annual Meeting. Corporate Performance and Dynamic Business
                         Expansion. (with George Blazenko)
    March 2004           National Business and Economics Society Annual Conference. Demand Shocks and the
                         Markets for Income Producing Real Estate. (with Steve Cauley).
    January 2004         American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association Annual Meeting. The Anatomy of
                         Non-recourse Lending. (with Susan Wachter)
    January 2004         Econometric Society Annual Meeting. Homeownership as a Constraint on Asset Allocation.
                         (with Steve Cauley and Eduardo Schwartz)

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Awards, Honors and Scholarships
    2005           Title: Homer Hoyt Institute Postdoctoral Honoree
                   Organization: Homer Hoyt Advanced Studies Institute
                   Details: Best dissertation award
    2000           Title: Homer Hoyt Institute Annual Dissertation Award in honor of Dr. Maury Seldin
                   Organization: Homer Hoyt Advanced Studies Institute
                   Details: Best dissertation award
    1994           Title: Anderson Fellowship Type: Fellowship
                   Organization: Anderson School at UCLA
                   Details: Ph.D. studies fellowship




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                                              Andrey D. Pavlov
Visiting Associate Professor of Real Estate                                           Associate Professor of Finance
The Wharton School                                                                         Simon Fraser University
University of Pennsylvania                                                                   Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Tel: 215 573 0453                                                                                 Tel: 604 291 5835
E-mail: apavlov@wharton.upenn.edu                                                            E-mail: apavlov@sfu.ca
Web: real.wharton.upenn.edu/~apavlov                                                     Web: www.sfu.ca/~apavlov
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Research Funding
                 Awarded: 2006 Period: 2006 - 2007
                 Project Title: Stability versus Flexibility in the Canadian Mortgage Insurance System
                 Funding: CMHC Type: External Total: $25,000
                 Involvement: Principal Investigator

                 Awarded: 2003 Period: 2003 - 2006
                 Project Title: The Implication of Home Ownership for Asset Allocation
                 Funding: SSHRC Type: External Total: $62,000
                 Involvement: Principal Investigator

                 Awarded: 2002 Period: 2002 - 2005
                 Project Title: Rethinking Formal Methods for Strategic Decision Making
                 Funding: SSHRC Type: External Total: $240,000
                 Involvement: Joint Investigator Collaboration: Aidan Vining (PI), Michael Brydon, and Ernie Love
                 Institution of Co-Investigators: Simon Fraser University


                 Awarded: 2000 Period: 2000 - 2003
                 Project Title: Financial Derivatives and Real Estate Markets
                 Funding: SSHRC Type: External Total: $34,000
                 Involvement: Principal Investigator

                 Awarded: 2001 Period: 2002 - 2002
                 Project Title: Home Ownership as a Constraint on Asset Allocation
                 Funding: SSHRC - institutional Type: Internal Annual: $5,000 Total: $5,000
                 Involvement: Principal Investigator

                 Awarded: 2001 Period: 2001 - 2002
                 Project Title: Heurisic Methods for Optimal Portfolio Choice
                 Funding: Simon Fraser University Type: Internal Total: $10,000
                 Involvement: Principal Investigator

                 Awarded: 1999 Period: 1999 - 2002
                 Project Title: Faculty Research and Development Grant
                 Funding: Concordia University Type: Internal Total: $25,000
                 Involvement: Principal Investigator

                 Awarded: 2000 Period: 2000 - 2000
                 Project Title: Mortgage-Backed Securities Valuation through Least-Squares Monte Carlo Simulation
                 Funding: SSHRC Type: Internal Annual: $5,000 Total: $5,000
                 Involvement: Principal Investigator




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