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Dr Tommaso Gabrieli
Bartlett School of Planning, Central House
14 Upper Woburn Place
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  • Associate Professor
  • The Bartlett School of Planning
  • Faculty of the Built Environment

Dr. Tommaso Gabrieli MSc PhD is a Lecturer in Real Estate at the Bartlett School of Planning.

A theoretical economist by training and inspired by the ambrosian tradition of social welfare, Tommaso has a long lasting interest in the socio-economic dynamics of cities, especially the extent of social mobility, the existence of poverty traps and the relative policy implications. His current research focuses on the links between spatial segregation and poverty traps, the application of game theory and real options to real estate valuation and policy, as well as work on behavioural economic theory and asset pricing. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick and an MSc in Economics from the LSE. Before Joining UCL, Tommaso held academic positions at the University of Reading, City University London, University of Warwick and the Catholic University of Milan.

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Teaching Summary

Tommaso has been a university teacher since 2007 and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy having completed a PGCAP in 2012 at the University of Reading.

His teaching portfolio encompasses several topics in economics and real estate and his teaching activity aims to endow students with solid economic foundations to solve investment and policy problems in the real estate context. 

At UCL, his teaching is mainly focused on Real Estate appraisal and valuation, leading on the modules in  Real Estate Appraisal (MSc)  and Real Estate Valuation (BSc), and contributing to modules in Real Estate Development (BSc), Critical Debates in Real Estate and Planning (MSc), Real Estate Valuation for Projects in Housing (MSc), quantitative methods for MSc Dissertations as well as supervising MSc dissertations. At the University of Reading (2010-15) he taught undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate Investment and Finance, Urban and Real Estate Economics, Mortgage Backed Securities, Real Options as well as supervising PhD and MSc dissertations and directing the BSc program in Real Estate Finance and Investment. At City University London (2008-2010) he taught undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Corporate Finance, Asset Pricing, Microeconomics as well as supervising PhD and MSc dissertations. At the University of Warwick (2007-2008) he taught undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Game Theory, Mathematical Economics and Microeconomics. He has been a guest lecturer at the Catholic University of Milan, City University London and a distance-learning tutor and external examiner at SOAS.


Academic Background
2003   Master of Science London School of Economics and Political Science
    ATQ01 - Successfully completed an institutional provision in teaching in the HE sector  
    ATQ03 - Recognised by the HEA as a Fellow  
2013   Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy University of Reading
2009   Doctorat University of Warwick
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