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Eva Steiner

PhD, Assistant Professor of Real Estate at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

Eva SteinerEva Steiner, PhD, is an assistant professor of real estate at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. Prior to joining Cornell, she was an assistant professor of real estate at the University of Cambridge, UK, where she taught undergraduate- and graduate-level real estate finance and econometrics. Professor Steiner’s research interests include real estate finance and economics. Professor Steiner’s research has been published in Real Estate Economics and the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, among others. She regularly contributes to academic and industry seminars and conferences. Her work has been recognized through a number of international honors and awards (e.g., from the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association), and has attracted sponsorship from academic and industry-related sources, such as the Real Estate Research Institute. Professor Steiner received her BA from the University of Heilbronn, Germany, and her MPhil and PhD degrees from the University of Cambridge.
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Do Dual-Branded Hotels Outperform Single-Branded Hotels?

Dual branding of hotels has become a growing industry practice. Beyond the potential marketing benefits of the dual-branding strategy, this paper tests whether dual-branded hotels operate more efficiently than comparable single-branded hotels (and therefore deliver better bottom-line results).
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