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Thomas Hamilton; PhD, CRE, FRICS, is associate professor of real estate at the University of St. Thomas-Minnesota College of Business in St. Paul, MN. He received an MS in Real Estate and a PhD in Urban Land Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also received an MS in Finance from the University of Wyoming. Professor Hamilton has published several articles on property tax assessment issues, contributes to BNA Tax & Accounting's Real Estate Journal and consults regularly with energy and telecommunication companies.
Matthew Lay is a Director at Deloitte Tax LLP and a contributor to BNA Tax & Accounting's Real Estate Journal.
David Luntz, Esq. is president of International Corporate Consultants, Inc. in New York City, and a contributor to BNA Tax & Accounting's Real Estate Journal.
David Machemer is a graduate of the John Marshall Law School and a practicing attorney in Chicago, IL, and a contributor to BNA Tax & Accounting's Real Estate Journal.
David Vang, PhD, is professor of finance at the University of St. Thomas-Minnesota College of Business in St. Paul, MN. He received a BS at St. Cloud State University, and a PhD in Economics from Iowa State University. Professor Vang has authored a textbook on Entrepreneurial Finance, written academic journal articles, completed numerous financial consulting projects with many firms and is a contributor to BNA Tax & Accounting's Real Estate Journal.
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