Daniel Melser is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash University.
He has a wide range of research interests focused around the areas of; economic measurement, index numbers, empirical real estate economics and credit risk modelling.
Daniel completed his PhD from UNSW in 2004 and following this held a number of roles in industry, government and in academia. He has worked extensively in official statistics having had roles at; Statistics New Zealand, the Office for National Statistics in the UK and the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Prior to joining Monash University Daniel also worked at the University of Technology Sydney and RMIT University and in industry at Moody’s where he was involved in providing credit risk modelling and stress testing consultancy services for large US banks.
Presentation Title: Residential Real Estate, Risk, Return and the Benefits of Diversification: Some Empirical Evidence