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This month, Geoffrey Dohrmann, founder and CEO of Institutional Real Estate, Inc., offers his perspectives on China's $50 billion shipping canal project in Nicaragua, Boston's bid for the 2024 Olympic Games, the globalization of REITs, and efforts by private real estate interests to make inroads with defined contribution plans.
Alicia Munnell is co-author of Falling Short: The Coming Retirement Crisis and What to Do About It. She has been in charge of the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College for more than 15 years, and her research center has estimated that 53 percent of Americans are at risk of not having enough money to maintain their living standards in retirement. She has studied pensions and Social Security since the 1960s. Previous to her role at Boston College, Munnell was a member of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy. Before that, she spent 20 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
James Russell, author of The Agile City: Building Well-Being and Wealth in an Era of Climate Change, joins us to discuss his book and the low-tech and low-cost strategies it espouses for making cities more livable while also helping them reduce the effects of global warming.
Drew Campbell, editor of Institutional Investing in Infrastructure magazine, talks about his "Shock, rattle and roll" January 2015 cover story about how midstream pipeline investments can buffer portfolios against energy price shocks and help keep returns flowing.
Stuart Brodsky, assistant professor at New York University's Shack Institute of Real Estate, discusses his institution's upcoming conference and offers his vision of what sustainable real estate development and operation could look like in the next five to 10 years.