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Dr. Bjorn L. Hanson

Divisional Dean

New York University

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Email: b***@***.edu

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New York University

70 Washington Square South

New York, New York 10012

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in the United States. The University, which is composed of 14 schools, colleges, and divisions, occupies five major centers in Manhattan. It operates branch campus and research program ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Travel Business Roundtable

Affiliations

Board Member
Summit Hotel Properties , Inc.

Board Member
The Marcus Corporation

Chair of the Executive Board
Tourism and Sports Management

Chair of the Executive Board
New York Universitys Center for Hospitality and Sports Management

Chair of the Executive Board
The Center for Hospitality Research Advisory Board

Member of ADVISORY BOARD
Association of Corporate Travel Executives

Board Member
HITEC

Founder
Alfred Pisani Corinthia Hotels Scholarship

Chair of the Executive Board
Cornell Club

Chair, Committee
American Hotel

Leadership Committee and Financial Advisory Services Management Committee
Real Estate

Education

Bachelor's degree

Cornell University

Bachelor's degree

Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

MBA

Fordham University

Ph.D.

NYU

Ph.D.

NYU School of Professional Studies

Ph.D.

New York University

Ph.D.

Pepperdine

bachelor

Cornell University , School of Hotel Administration

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U.S. hotels will collect a record ...

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U.S. hotels will collect a record $2.47 billion in fees and surcharges during 2015, according to New York University hospitality clinical professor Bjorn Hanson.


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"More hotels are outsourcing AV - which does have an effect for the buyer - because their's (the outside vendor) is better quality," said Bjorn Hanson, Dean of the Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality at New York University.


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"More hotels are outsourcing AV - which does have an effect for the buyer - because their's (the outside vendor) is better quality," said Bjorn Hanson, Dean of the Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality at New York University.


Academic

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Bjorn Hanson, Ph.D. Divisional Dean and Clinical Professor The Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management


I also had the good fortune ...

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I also had the good fortune to hear the fascinating presentation made by Bjorn Hanson, principal of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (retiring effective June 30, 2008), which informed much of what I had heard from my friends at STR.

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Bjorn Hanson, principal of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (retiring effective June 30, 2008), also gave us an update of his version of this data, and Bjorn was kind enough to share his graphics with me.
Demand Elasticity and Correlation to Real GDP
Bjorn and economists speak of the "elasticity" of demand.
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Then, as you can see from the chart, everything changed in 2002 after 9-11 when the correlation plunged to .2 in 2002, rose to .5 in 2003, got to 1.01 in 2004, and has wobbled a bit the past few years, but still at a very high level of correlation or direct relationship. (Bjorn says that any correlation higher than .05 is statistically significant.)
Here is another of Bjorn Hanson's charts that illustrates the relationship a different way.
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But Bjorn Hanson and his team at PwC have also noted a meaningful correlation of the price of gasoline and the demand for room nights.
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And to put this into a practical context, Bjorn says that if real gasoline prices had remained at the levels they held in the fourth quarter of 2006, then occupancy in 2007 would have been more than .2 occupancy points higher.

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