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Home | People | Matthijs Korevaar

Matthijs Korevaar

Research Fellow

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Asset Pricing, Economic History, Finance, Regional and Urban Economics


Matthijs Korevaar is an assistant professor of finance at the Erasmus School of Economics. He obtained his PhD from Maastricht University in 2021. His research interests are in housing markets, finance and economic history. His work has among others been published in the Journal of Urban Economics and the Review of Financial Studies. He recently obtained a Marie-Sklodowksa Curie Fellowship from the European Commission. During his fellowship, he will spend 18 months at Columbia Business School and investigate the long-term consequences of shocks to housing wealth.

List of publications

Francke, M.K. and Korevaar, M. (2021). Housing Markets in a Pandemic: Evidence from Historical Outbreaks Journal of Urban Economics, 123:.

Eichholtz, P., Korevaar, M., Lindenthal, T. and Tallec, R. (2021). The Total Return and Risk to Residential Real Estate Review of Financial Studies, :.