Month: May 2016

Hedonic Price Models and Cell Towers

I continue writing my thesis chapter on hedonic price modeling as applied to cell tower sites near homes. It has become so very clear that hedonic price modeling has extremely limited utility in this context because of data limitations. HPM also has severe political problems that are tough to overcome.

I’m enjoying the chapter.

I never thought I would say that.


Hoping to defend in August

With all that’s been happening in my family life over the past 2 1/2 months, I’ve been pushed by from completing my thesis on time. That’s life, and I accept what is for doing what I needed to do when I needed to do it.

Now, my goal is to finish in August so I can graduate (actually, be hooded) at the end of September.

It seems doable, especially with the encouragement from my Cohort, Professor Estrella-Luna, and members of prior cohorts including Dr. Hustus (who should update his Linked In page to reflect his new title).