Olayiwola Oladiran

Teaching Fellow in Real Estate

Olayiwola Oladiran

Olayiwola Oladiran

Real Estate & Planning
olayiwola.oladiran@reading.ac.uk

Biography

Profile

Olayiwola is a Teaching Fellow in Real Estate at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. Ola holds a Bachelor of Technology in Estate Management from the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria and Master of Science in International Real Estate Investment and Finance from Nottingham Trent University United Kingdom.

In 2016, Olayiwola was awarded a studentship for a full-time PhD in Real Estate at the Henley Business School, University of Reading. His PhD research focuses on estimating global migration flows in a gravity framework, developing conceptual and empirical models which provide insight on the link between migration policy and the housing market; as well as analysing the housing tenure patterns of natives and multiple generations of non-natives. Ola has regularly presented his research output at international conferences in North America, Asia and Europe. He also led the data reconstruction and analysis on the iCUL (Intelligent Care for Urban Living) project at the Centre for Intelligent Places, Henley Business School.

Ola is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and his previous and current teaching portfolio covers undergraduate and postgraduate modules: Housing Markets and Policy, Real Estate Investment Appraisal and Valuation, Applied Analytical Methods, and Real Estate Economics (projects in real estate and planning). He also served as the Conference Support Administrator for the European Real Estate Society Annual Conference Reading (2018).

Qualifications

  • BTech Estate Management - Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria
  • MSc International Real Estate Investment and Finance - Nottingham Trent University

Specialisms

Real Estate and Urban Economics; International Real Estate; Real Estate Investment; Migration and Regional Economics.

Publications

Oladiran, O., Nanda, A., and Milcheva, S., 2019. Why do Natives and non-natives have different Housing Outcomes? evidence from Britain. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 12(2), pp.298-329. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJHMA-10-2018-0084

Conference Papers (Refereed)

Oladiran, O., Jewell, S., and Nanda, A. (2019). Do Migration Policies Affect the Locational Choices of Immigrants? Evidence from the UK. In Proceedings of the 26th European Real Estate Society Conference, Cergy, France, 2-6 July 2019.

Nanda, A., Jewell, S. and Oladiran, O. (2019). Do Migration Policies Affect Residential Tenure Choices of Immigrants? Evidence from the UK. In Proceedings of the 26th European Real Estate Society Conference, Cergy, France, 2-6 July 2019.

Oladiran, O., Jewell, S., and Nanda, A. (2019). Liberalised Migration Policies and Housing Outcomes: Evidence from the 2004 EU expansion and the UK immigration. In Proceedings of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association International Conference, Milan, Italy, 24-26 June 2019.

Conference Presentations and Posters (non-refereed)

Oladiran, O. and Nanda, A. (2019). Modelling the Effects of Migration on the Housing Market. In Proceedings of the 35th American Real Estate Society Conference, Arizona, USA, 9-13 April 2019.

Oladiran, O., Nanda, A., & Milcheva, S. (2018). Heterogeneity in Housing Tenure Outcomes for Natives and Non-natives in Britain. In Proceedings of the 25th European Real Estate Society Conference, Reading, England, June 2018.

Oladiran, O., Nanda, A., & Milcheva, S. (2018). In Proceedings of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association International Conference, Guangzhou, China, June 2018.

Oladiran, O., Nanda, A., & Milcheva, S. (2017). Housing Pathways of Natives and Non-natives. In Proceedings of the 24th European Real Estate Society Conference, Delft, the Netherlands, June 2017.

Oladiran, O., Nanda, A., & Milcheva, S. (2017). Housing Pathways of Natives and Non-natives. In Proceedings of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association International Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 2017.