Elena Panaritis Social Entrepreneur and Property Rights Reform Expert to speak at:
University of Southern California (USC), Santa Clara University and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
Tackling the Roots of the Crisis: A Proposal for Stabilizing Property:
University of Southern California’s (USC) School of Policy, Planning, and Development, Tuesday, November 17, 12:15 - 1:30pm. Tridib Banerjee has put together a fantastic Urban Seminar Series, where Elena will explore the relationship between poverty and uncontrollable real estate prices.
A Powerful Formula for Prosperity for the World’s Poor … and It's Already Working:
Santa Clara University: Friday, November 20, 5:30 - 7:30pm. Elena presents how informal property rights can be opportunities to social entrepreneurs;
Establishing Formal Rules – such as Property Rights – is a Promising Road to Sustainable Economic Growth and Peace:
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA): Wednesday, November 18 2:00-3:30. Steven Spiegel from the Center of Middle East Economic Development invites Elena to address how establishing market rules affects peace.
About Elena Panaritis
Elena Panaritis’ work is considered one of the best practical applications of institutional economics. Her book Prosperity Unbound: Building Property Markets with Trust (Palgrave Macmillan) expounds on her methodology. She is an expert on property rights, illiquid real estate assets, and public sector management. She continues the discussion of her timely ideas in the context of the current global economic crisis and that of reducing informal property around the world. She currently blogs at www.prosperityunbound.com/
Elena is the founder of a “triple-bottom-
Economists have referred to Elena’s work as a “real contribution”
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She is an expert on property rights and illiquid real estate assets who heads Panel Group, a specialized investment advisory group that invests in undervalued property and provides counsel on transforming illiquid real estate and related public policy.