Stephen E. Roulac, Ph.D., a leading authority on the economic productivity and strategic importance of the places in which we live and work, is author of some 20 favorably reviewed books, plus over 400 articles, reviews, and columns appearing in publications in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas, including Barrons and Forbes.
A respected cultural visionary, Dr. Roulac has achieved a high standard of excellence in and made significant contributions to entrepreneurial ventures, business management, economic policy and analysis, real estate, investing, strategy, teaching, writing, publishing, and professional speaking.
Retained by both governments and highly successful companies, entrepreneurs, and investors throughout the world, Dr. Roulac and his firm have worked in 20+ countries, and have evaluated and invested in more than 100 countries, creating billions of dollars of value for their clients.
“There is nobody righter or brighter and no one more intellectually pure in his approach to real estate,” according to San Francisco Business.
Currently, Professor of Global Property Strategy at the University of Ulster in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Dr. Roulac created and for 10 years taught the Property Development and Investment Strategy course at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
He is the recipient of numerous awards for innovations that have transformed the property sector, as well as for his pioneering research, including the:
• James Graaskamp Award for iconoclastic thinking that advances new paradigms.
• David Ricardo Medal honoring advancing insights about how place choice is the most significant issue confronting 21st century economics.
• Richard Ratcliff Award recognizing pioneering work concerning place perspective and place strategy.
• Warner Bloomberg Award for promoting a vision of the future established on principles of social justice.
• Millennium Real Estate Award by the University of California, Berkeley, recognizing those 100 individuals who had the greatest impact upon real estate in the 20th century.
In addition to a BA from Pomona College, he holds graduate degrees from Harvard, Stanford, and University of California, Berkeley.
He can be contacted at http://www.roulacglobal.com.