Associate Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning (UAP)
- Affiliated Faculty, Economics
- Affiliated Faculty, Blackwood Department of Real Estate
- Ph.D., Planning, Governance, & Globalization, Virginia Tech, 2010
- M.S., Corporate & International Finance, University of Durham, UK, 1998
- B.S (Hons). Economics, London School of Economics & Political Science, 1997
Bank for International Settlements, Basel, Switzerland:
- Adviser to General Manager & CEO (2005-2006)
- Economist, Monetary & Economic Department (2004-2005)
- Head of Business Development, Banking Department (2002-2004)
- Investment Analyst, Banking Department (1999-2002)
Bankers Trust, London, UK:
- Fixed-Income High Yield Analyst (1998-1999)
- Spatial Economics
- History of economic thought
- international money and finance
- UAP/REAL 2004: Principles of Real Estate
- UAP 5234: Urban Economy, Equity, and Society
- UAP 5784: Financial Resilience: Capitalism and the History of Economic Ideas
- SPIA 4984: New Economic Thinking
- Bieri, D. S. (2021): “Central Banks and the Governance of Monetary Space,” in The Routledge Handbook of Financial Geography, by J. Knox-Hayes and D. Wojcik, pp. 483-509. Routledge, London and New York.
- Bieri, D. S. and Dawkins, C. J. (2019): “Amenities, Affordability, and Housing Vouchers,” Journal of Regional Science 59: 56–82 (2019).
- Bieri, D. S. (2017): “Managing `Cataclysmic Money': How Financial Regulation Matters for the Future of U.S. Housing Policy”, Housing Policy Debate, 27(3): 476-482.
- Bieri, D. S. (2015): “Crowdfunding the City: The End of ‘Cataclysmic Money’?,” Environment & Planning A, 47(12), 2429–2435.
- Bieri, D.S. (2009): “Financial Stability, the Basel Process and the New Geography of Regulation,” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2(2), 303–331.
- History of Economics Society (2018): “The August Lösch Online Archive,” $5,100.
- National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (2015-2020): “UrbComp: Data Science for Modeling, Understanding, and Advancing Urban Populations,” $2,999,092 (Co-PI).
- History of spatial economics
- Digital central bank currencies and blockchain economics
- International monetary systems
- Global financial regulation