Luis Quintero, PhD (Economics and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University) joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2015. He is an Assistant Professor on the research track. His research focuses on structural econometric analysis of urban growth and housing markets.
- Ph. D, Economics, Carnegie Mellon University
- MA, Economics and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University
- MA, Economics, Universidad de los Andes
- BS, Economics, Universidad de los Andes
- A New Approach to Estimating Hedonic Equilibrium Models for Metropolitan Housing Markets. with D. Epple and H. Sieg, forthcoming in Journal of Political Economy.
- Public Procurement, Control and Public Goods Provision. Forthcoming in the book Estate Capacity, CAF 2015.
- Economic Growth Outbreaks: Is Connectedness a Good Predictor? with Carlos Patino. The Heinz Journal of Public Policy. 2014.
- The Politics of Market Selection. Desarrollo Y Sociedad, Vol 57, Universidad de los Andes.
- Managing Decline: Urban dynamics in Declining Cities with Paula Restrepo.
- Explaining Spatial Variations in Productivity. Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean with Mark Roberts.
- Fewer players, fewer homes: concentration and the new dynamics of housing supply, with Jacob Cosman.
- Infrastructure Development for Sustainable Cities
Honors and distinctions
- Carey Business School's Dean's List Award
- Eastern Europe and Central Asia World Bank Academy Award for Best Paper 2020.
- Carey's Business School Supplementary Research Grant
- Teaching Innovation Fund Award
- Global Real Estate Summit. Best Paper Award, Second Level, 2015
- American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA) Homer Hoyt Institute Best Doctoral Dissertation Award 2014.
- William Larimer Mellon Fellowship, Carnegie Mellon University, 2008-2013.
- MOOD Fellowship for the 12th Doctoral Workshop in Economic Theory and Econometrics. Rome 2012.
- ICE fellowship for the University of Chicago- Argonne Initiative for Computational Economics. Chicago, 2012.
In the media
- America is getting worse at building new homes, The Economist
- Reckoning With the Wreckage: Baltimore Businesses Reinvent Themselves, Baltimore Magazine.
- Economists identify an unseen force holding back affordable housing, The Washington Post.
- Is the Elimination of Plastic Straws Justified?, CNN en Español.