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Alex Krasikov is an economist with CBRE Econometric Advisors in Boston. He covers the U.S. and Canada office sector and is responsible for the forecasts and analysis. He also studies micro- and macro-factors in the economy that potentially impact office markets. Together with his colleagues, he works on improvements to EA's statistical forecasting models.
In addition to forecasting, Mr. Krasikov works on real estate research related to diversification of market risks and real estate portfolio management. His research at CBRE includes a study of correlation patterns in CRE rents and underlying economic causes. More recently he collaborated on analysis of metro level sensitivity to macro factors trying to identify resilient and vulnerable markets during particular type of recession.
Before joining CBRE Econometric Advisors, Mr. Krasikov worked as Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant in the Department of Economics at Clemson University, while completing his Ph.D. coursework. He holds Master’s Degree in Economics from Clemson University and Bachelors of Science from Kharkov State Technical University.