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Chief Property Economist
Andrew Burrell joined Capital Economics in 2018 as the Chief Property Economist. Prior to this he was the EMEA Head of Economics and Forecasting at JLL, working closely with European property investors. A decade in real estate was preceded by over 15 years as a professional economist at Experian, the Bank of England, RBS and the London Business School. He is an active member of both SPR and IPF.
Sam leads the research on our US housing service. He joined Capital Economics as an Assistant Property Economist in October 2020. Before covering the US housing market, his work focused on commercial property, with particular emphasis on the industrial sector. Sam holds an MSc in Economics from UCL and a BSc in Economics from the University of Bath, which included a placement year at Oxford Economics.