Ph.D., Economics, George Washington University
M.A. Economics, George Washington University
B.A. International Relations, University of Southern California
Dr. Daniel A. Broxterman is an assistant professor of real estate in the Department of Risk Management/Insurance, Real Estate and Legal Studies at Florida State University’s College of Business. He teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and co-developed the real estate concentration in the college’s Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Program. Broxterman’s research lies at the intersection of real estate and urban economics: how demand for space in cities affects the price of real estate and how changing real estate prices affect the evolution of cities.
Before coming to FSU, Broxterman’s academic experience includes positions at George Washington University and Hudson Institute. His prior industry experience includes 14 years in mortgage banking and consumer finance from growth phase firms to mature, Fortune 500-listed companies.
Broxterman received his bachelor’s degree in international relations from the University of Southern California and his master’s and doctoral degrees in economics from George Washington University.