David Shulman

Senior Economist, UCLA Anderson Forecast

Phone: (310) 206-7707

david.shulman@anderson.ucla.edu

Biography

In March 2005, David Shulman retired from Lehman Brothers where he was Managing Director and Head REIT analyst. He is currently Managing Member of his own LLC and is engaged in educational and charitable activities including being an Executive-on Campus at Baruch College, a Visiting Scholar at the UCLA Anderson Forecast and a Visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin.

Between 2001-04, he was voted on the Institutional Investor All Star Teams including First Team in 2002. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers in 2000, he was a Member Senior Vice President at Ulysses Management LLC (1998-99) an investment manager of a private investment partnership and an offshore corporation whose total investment capital approximated $1 billion at the end of 1999.

From 1986-1997, Dr. Shulman was employed by Salomon Brothers Inc. in various capacities. He was Director of Real Estate Research from 1987-91 and Chief Equity Strategist from 1992-97. In the latter capacity, he was responsible for developing the firm’s overall equity market view and maintaining the firm’s list of recommended stocks.

Dr. Shulman was widely quoted in the print and electronic media and he coined the terms “Goldilocks Economy” and “New Paradigm Economy.” In 1991, he was named a Managing Director and in 1990 he won the first annual Graaskamp Award for Excellence in Real Estate Research from the Pension Real Estate Association.

Prior to joining Salomon Brothers Inc., he was Vice President and Director of Research Planning at TCW Realty Advisors in Los Angeles. Earlier in his career, Dr. Shulman was an associate professor of Management and Economics at the University of California at Riverside and Financial Economist at the UCLA Business Forecasting Project.

A graduate of Baruch College (1964), Mr. Shulman received his Ph.D. (1975) with a specialization in Finance and an M.B.A. (1966) from UCLA Anderson. He is married and has three children.