Dr. Kiana Basiri
Professor Kiana Basiri joined the Real Estate Management Department of Ryerson University in 2020. Her research focuses on using econometric tools to understand the relationship between housing and credit markets. Her primary research interest centers on Real Estate Economics, Housing Policy, Household Finance, Consumer Bankruptcies and Default.
Prior to joining Ryerson university, Dr. Basiri was a Senior Specialist in Housing Research Division of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). She has conducted quantitative analysis using various statistical models to tackle policy questions that have been part of key housing policy debates. She has led research projects on mortgage fraud, mortgage defaults and economic stability with a structural view of mortgage loan insurance.
Dr. Basiri’s research has been published in journals such as Real Estate Economics and Canadian Public Policy. She earned her Ph.D. in Applied Economics from HEC Montreal.
Real Estate Economics, Housing Policy, Household Finance, and Consumer Bankruptcies and Default.
|Possible Income Misstatement on Mortgage Loan Applications: Evidence from the Canadian Housing Market, external link (with Babak Mahmoudi), forthcoming at Real Estate Economics.|
|The Impact of Bankruptcy Reform on Consumer Insolvency Choice, external link (with Jason Allen), Canadian Public Policy, Volume 44 Issue 2, June 2018, pp. 100-111.|