The Prize is in memory of the work and industry contribution of Nick Tyrrell, who passed away in August 2010. Nick Tyrrell was Head of Research and Strategy and a Managing Director in J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s European real estate division. His research work was characterised by a combination of academic rigour and practical relevance.
The Prize includes a cash prize of £2,000, and the opportunity to present and discuss the paper at a seminar organised by the sponsoring organisations and the inclusion of the article (or a summary thereof) in one or more of the sponsoring organisations’ publications. The Prize is funded by the Nick Tyrrell Memorial Fund, which is supported by the three sponsoring organisations. The Prize is currently managed by Rita Gosrani, and Dr Paul Kennedy, Head of Real Estate Strategy for the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
The 2017 Judging Panel comprised Dr Paul McNamara (Chair), Professor Marc Francke (University of Amsterdam), Professor Martin Hoesli (University of Geneva), Nick Mansley (University of Cambridge) and Andrew Smith, (Hearthstone Investments plc).
Submissions for 2019 Prize
The Nick Tyrrell Research Prize is awarded annually to innovative and high-quality, applied research in real estate investment. The deadline for the 2019 Prize is 31 May 2019 and all submissions should be made through the secretariat for the Prize, Dr Paul Kennedy and Rita Gosrani at email@example.com
The 2018 Nick Tyrrell Research Prize has been awarded to joint authors Dr Frank Ametefe and Dr Steven Devaney, both of the Henley Business School, University of Reading, with Professor Simon Stevenson of the University of Washington, for their paper, Optimal Composition of Hybrid/Blended Real Estate Portfolios.
INREV, IPF and SPR have awarded the 2017 Nick Tyrrell Research Prize to Dr Avis Devine of the Schulich School of Business at York University, Toronto and Dr Erkan Yonder of Ozyegin University, Istanbul for their paper, ‘Decomposing the Value Effects of Sustainable Real Estate Investment: International Evidence’.