Professor and Chair, Economics
S. Rosenthal is the Maxwell
Advisory Board Professor of Economics and a Senior
Research Associate at the Center for Policy Research. Before joining Syracuse University in
1999, Professor Rosenthal held positions in the Economics Department at
Virginia Tech University, the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
at the University of British Columbia, and the Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System.
His research is in the area
of Urban Economics, Real Estate Finance and Housing, and State and Local Public
Economics. This includes work on a wide range of housing and mortgage issues,
the determinants of urban renewal and decay, the influence of agglomeration on
productivity, and entrepreneurship. His work has appeared in leading journals
including the American Economic Review,
Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Urban Economics, and Real Estate
Economics. Professor Rosenthal serves on the editorial boards for a number
of academic journals. He is a Fellow of the Homer Hoyt School of Advanced
Studies in Real Estate and Urban Economics and a Fellow of the Regional Science
Association International (RSAI). In 2013, Professor Rosenthal received the
RSAI Walter Isard Award for Scholarly Achievement. In 2013-2015 he served as
2nd Vice President, 1st Vice President, and then President of the American Real
Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA). He served on the Council of
the Urban Economic Association (UEA), 2009-2015. Since 2007, Professor
Rosenthal has been serving (with William Strange) as Managing Editor of the Journal of Urban Economics.
Stuart received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1986.
“The Vertical City: Rent Gradients, Spatial Structure, and Agglomeration Economies,” Liu, Crocker, Stuart S. Rosenthal and William C. Strange, Journal of Urban Economics (Forthcoming).
Bubbles, New Supply, and Within-City Dynamics." Crocker Liu, Adam Nowak,
and Stuart Rosenthal, Journal of Urban Economics, No. 96 (2016), pp. 55-72.
Persistence in the Economic Status of Neighborhoods and Cities." Stuart S.
Rosenthal and Stephen Ross, Handbook of
Regional and Urban Economics, Gilles Duranton, J. Vernon Henderson and
William C. Strange (eds.), Elsevier B.V., Vol. 5, Chapter 16 (2015), pp/ 1047-1120.
“Are Private Markets and Filtering a Viable Source of Low-Income Housing? Estimates from a ‘Repeat Income’ Model,” Rosenthal, Stuart S. (2014). American Economic Review, 104(2): 687-706.
“Geography, Industrial Organization, and Agglomeration,” Rosenthal, S. Stuart and William Strange (2003). Review of Economics and Statistics, 85 (2): 377-393 (May).