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About Richard Barkham

Richard Barkham

Richard is a specialist in macro and real estate economics. He joined CBRE in 2014 as Executive Director and Global Chief Economist. Prior to taking up his position with CBRE Richard was a Director of Research for the Grosvenor Group an international business with circa $10bn of capital under management in real estate. He was also a non-Executive Director of Grosvenor Fund Management where he was involved in fund strategy, risk analysis and capital raising. Richard is the author of two books and numerous academic and industry papers. In 2012 he published Real Estate and Globalisation (Wiley Blackwell, Oxford), which explains the impact on real estate markets of the rise of emerging markets such as China and Brazil. He has extensive consulting experience and is a Visiting Professor in the Department of Construction and Project Management at the Bartlett School, University College London. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Reading where he taught, in the Departments of Economics and Land Management, between the years of 1987 and 1998.​​​


Recent Posts by Richard Barkham:
The global head of research at a major agency

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How demographics drove down property yields

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Global Economic Outlook: Positives Still Outweigh the Negatives

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How much longer can this record expansion last?

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IS BREXIT A BLESSING IN DISGUISE FOR THE UK’S REAL ESTATE MARKET?

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Are we drifting into recession?

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M&A and CRE Despite a mild pull back, global M&A levels suggest buoyant capital markets and continued demand for CRE

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Rents and Capital Values Remain Buoyant Despite Global Trade Tensions Despite trade uncertainties, income growth and capital appreciation kept up the positive momentum

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Smart cities: Smart Real Estate Strategies Understanding the evolution of global cities

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Healthcare Well Positioned to Hedge Against Downturns U.S. healthcare employment is officially the strongest job generator in the economy.

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