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On sabbatical for Fall 2012
Professor of Economics
Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara, Public Finance/Natural Resources/Labor Economics
MBA Virginia Commonwealth University, Finance and Economics
B.A. University of Virginia, Economics
Andrew Narwold joined the faculty of the School of Business Administration at USD in 1990. Professor Narwold's research interests include housing market economics and consumer financial decisions. He is also affiliated with USD's Energy Policy Initiatives Center. He has conducted several economic impact studies for local organizations such as the San Diego Padres, the Buick Invitational Golf Tournament, and the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. In addition to teaching statistics and economics at USD, Professor Narwold has been an instructor with USD's Institute for Project Management and UCSD's Executive Program for Scientists and Engineers. Professor Narwold was selected as a Fulbright scholar for 2001-2002. He taught in the University of West Indies Program at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College in St. Lucia.
Selected Current Research
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Conroy, S., Narwold, A., Sandy, J. (2013). The Value of a Floor: Valuing Floor Level in High-Rise Condominiums in San Diego. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis/Emerald Group Publishing Inc, 6 (2)
Doshi, K., Narwold, A. (2012). Regional Determinants of Building Green. Journal of International Business management & Research, volume (Issue 7), 125-135.
Narwold, A., Sandy, J. (2010). Valuing Housing Stock Diversity. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 3 (1), 53-59.
Narwold, A. (2008). Estimating the Value of the Historical Designation Externality. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 1 (3), 288-295.
Narwold, A., Sandy, J., Tu, C. (2008). Historic Designation and Residential Property Values. Inernational Review of Real Estate, 11 (1), 83-95.