William Hardin, director of FIU Business’ Hollo School of Real Estate, has been awarded the David Ricardo Medal, the highest recognition by the American Real Estate Society (ARES).
The award recognizes a person who has created a significant body of published research in academic and refereed professional journals, spanning at least two decades. Hardin received the Ricardo Medal, April 12, at an ARES meeting in Naples, FL.
“The honor is shared with all my co-authors and the individuals who continue to push academic research focused on real estate,” said Hardin, associate dean of the Chapman Graduate School of Business. “No one is successful on their own merits as we all benefit from others who support our work and invest time in helping us succeed.”
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