Christian L. Redfearn is an associate professor in the Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California. There, Redfearn is also the director of the Dollinger Masters of Real Estate Development program and the director of the Borstein Real Estate Case Series. He joined the faculty at USC after completing his Ph.D. in economics at the University of California, Berkeley. An urban economist, Prof. Redfearn is engaged in research projects that focus on the evolution of metropolitan land and real estate markets. His research topics include real estate capital markets, land use regulation and land pricing, neighborhood stability and change, housing price measurement issues in a complex urban setting, trading property rights and externalities in historic preservation districts, the hierarchy of urban real estate markets, as well as the spatial organization of metropolitan employment and its persistence over time. He has published recently in Regional Science and Urban Economics, the Journal of Urban Economics, the Journal of Regional Science, Real Estate Economics, Urban Studies, and Environment & Planning A. Prof. Redfearn also is the USC team advisor to the NAIOP USC-UCLA Real Estate Competition.