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Richard P. Voith

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Adjunct Professor of Real Estate

President and Principal, Econsult Solutions, Inc.

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    About

    Richard Voith is Adjunct Professor of Real Estate in The Wharton School and President and Principal of Econsult Solutions, Inc.  He is a well-known expert in real estate economics, transportation, and applied microeconomics. Prior to joining Econsult Solutions, Voith was Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia where his responsibilities included analysis of Philadelphia’s regional economy. In addition to his consulting and academic research, Voith has worked frequently in the public policy arena.  He is a founding board member of Pentrans, an organization dedicated to improving transportation in Pennsylvania. In 2006, he was appointed by Governor Rendell to the newly created Transportation Funding and Reform Commission charged with recommending appropriate levels of funding for transit systems, roads and bridges throughout the Commonwealth. He also served on the Board of Directors of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (1992-2000) as one of two representatives for the city of Philadelphia on the Board. He served as Vice Chairman of SEPTA for three years (1996-1998); during his tenure, he participated in the procurement of a new fleet of subway cars, the hiring of a new management team, development of financing mechanisms for an ambitious capital plan as well as efforts to dramatically streamline the authority to reduce costs while expanding service throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.

    Selected Publications

    Voith, Richard P. 2011. “The Economics of Recovery.” In Managing Urban Disaster Recovery: Policy, Planning, Concepts And Cases, Edward J. Blakely, Eugenie L. Birch, Roland V. Anglan and Harou Hayashi, eds. Crisis Response Publications.

    Crone, Theodore, Leonard Nakamura, and Richard P. Voith. 2010. Rents Have Been Rising, Not Falling, in the Postwar Period. Review of Economics and Statistics, 92(3): 628-644.

    Zielenbach, Sean and Richard Voith. 2010. HOPE VI and Neighborhood Economic Development: The Importance of Local Market Dynamics. Cityscape, 12(1): 99-131.

    Zielenbach, Sean, Richard Voith, and Michael Mariano. 2010. Estimating the Local Economic Impacts of HOPE VI. Housing Policy Debate, 20(3): 485-522.

    Voith, Richard P. and Susan M. Wachter. 2009. Urban Growth and Housing Affordability: The Conflict.  The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 626.

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    Adjunct Professor of Real Estate

    President and Principal, Econsult Solutions, Inc.

    School/Department

    Areas of Interest

      About

      Richard Voith is Adjunct Professor of Real Estate in The Wharton School and President and Principal of Econsult Solutions, Inc.  He is a well-known expert in real estate economics, transportation, and applied microeconomics. Prior to joining Econsult Solutions, Voith was Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia where his responsibilities included analysis of Philadelphia’s regional economy. In addition to his consulting and academic research, Voith has worked frequently in the public policy arena.  He is a founding board member of Pentrans, an organization dedicated to improving transportation in Pennsylvania. In 2006, he was appointed by Governor Rendell to the newly created Transportation Funding and Reform Commission charged with recommending appropriate levels of funding for transit systems, roads and bridges throughout the Commonwealth. He also served on the Board of Directors of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (1992-2000) as one of two representatives for the city of Philadelphia on the Board. He served as Vice Chairman of SEPTA for three years (1996-1998); during his tenure, he participated in the procurement of a new fleet of subway cars, the hiring of a new management team, development of financing mechanisms for an ambitious capital plan as well as efforts to dramatically streamline the authority to reduce costs while expanding service throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.

      Selected Publications

      Voith, Richard P. 2011. “The Economics of Recovery.” In Managing Urban Disaster Recovery: Policy, Planning, Concepts And Cases, Edward J. Blakely, Eugenie L. Birch, Roland V. Anglan and Harou Hayashi, eds. Crisis Response Publications.

      Crone, Theodore, Leonard Nakamura, and Richard P. Voith. 2010. Rents Have Been Rising, Not Falling, in the Postwar Period. Review of Economics and Statistics, 92(3): 628-644.

      Zielenbach, Sean and Richard Voith. 2010. HOPE VI and Neighborhood Economic Development: The Importance of Local Market Dynamics. Cityscape, 12(1): 99-131.

      Zielenbach, Sean, Richard Voith, and Michael Mariano. 2010. Estimating the Local Economic Impacts of HOPE VI. Housing Policy Debate, 20(3): 485-522.

      Voith, Richard P. and Susan M. Wachter. 2009. Urban Growth and Housing Affordability: The Conflict.  The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 626.

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