Andrew G. Mueller, PhD
Andrew Mueller, PhD, is an associate professor who joined the faculty of the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management in the fall of 2016. Prior to joining the University of Denver, Andrew was a consultant for several large international consulting firms, a private consultant to real estate developers in Colorado and the Northeast, and an instructor at Colorado State University and Regis University. He holds a PhD and MA in Economics from Colorado State University, an MS in Real Estate and Construction Management from the University of Denver, and a BBA. in Finance and Environmental Studies from Emory University. Andrew has taught as an instructor and teaching assistant in the Economics department at Colorado State University, and as adjunct faculty at Regis and the University of Denver. He has taught Real Estate Capital Markets at Daniels as an adjunct, and is currently teaching Triple Bottom Line and the Built Environment, Real Estate Market Analysis, Income Property Finance, and NAIOP Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge.
Andrew has published articles in many top journals, including the Journal of Real Estate Research, Journal of Property Investment and Finance, Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, Journal of Real Estate Literature, and European Journal of Information Systems. His research interests are wide ranging, from regenerative development, affordable housing, zoning, walkability, living labs in smart cities and ESG to real estate portfolio optimization, transportation behavior and macroeconomic determinants of real estate investment. Most recently, Andrew won the 2022 American Real Estate Society Manuscript Prize for Best Real Estate Cycles paper, the 2019 African Real Estate Society Manuscript Prize for Best Real Estate Investments paper, and the 2016 Manuscript Prize from the American Real Estate Society for Best Office Buildings/Office Parks paper.
In his free time, Andrew enjoys skiing, mountain biking, home brewing, and picking bluegrass with his friends.