Richard H. Mattoon
Richard H. Mattoon

Adjunct Lecturer of Real Estate

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Rick Mattoon is a senior economist and economic advisor in the economic research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Mattoon's primary research focuses on issues that face the Midwest regional economy. His analysis of electricity restructuring and energy issues, higher education policy, regional economic development and state and local government finance has appeared in numerous publications.

Mattoon began his career at the Chicago Fed in 1990. In 1997 he left the bank to serve as a policy advisor for economic development, energy and telecommunications to the Governor of Washington. He later served as director of policy and legislation for the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission. He returned to the bank in 2001.

Mattoon received a B.A. from Kenyon College and an M.A. from the University of Chicago.

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Full-Time / Part-Time MBA
Urban Economic Development and Real Estate Market Analysis (REAL-443-0)
This course examines why cities exist, where they are located and grow, and how real estate values flowing from such urban development are sustained or eroded. It explores economic base analysis, multiplier/accelerator, leading indicators and other tools of high value in local real estate market analysis. The concepts are applied to office, retail, industrial, hotel and residential properties through cases, problems and specific property analysis.

Urban Economic Development and Real Estate Market Analysis (REAL-443-5)
.5 unit version for INSEAD students