B.A., Urban Studies, University of Pennsylvania
M.C.P., University of Pennsylvania
M.A., Economics, University of Minnesota
Ph.D, Economics, University of Minnesota
Dr. Peter Angelides is Vice President and Director of Econsult Corporation. He is an economist and city planner who provides economic and financial analysis on matters relevant to public policy, real estate, economic development, transportation, and valuation. He has over twenty years of experience in economic consulting and in the planning and development community.
In his recent work, he conducted a groundbreaking study of commercial corridors in Philadelphia, examined the financial feasibility and economic impact of using tolls to finance transportation infrastructure improvements, evaluated the impact of tax-free internet shopping on states and traditional retailers, aided New Jersey state agencies with population projections and financial analyses regarding housing, and prepared an economic development plan for an older industrial city.
Prior to joining Econsult, Dr. Angelides was a Director in the Philadelphia office of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and worked with Charles River Associates and Putnam Hayes & Bartlett in Washington DC. He evaluated market competitiveness in merger and rate-setting proceedings before several federal regulatory agencies, estimated the economic impacts from private investment, set prices for intellectual property, evaluated the impact of technology licensing agreements, and calculated damages in numerous commercial disputes.
Dr. Angelides has held planning and development related positions at Wallace Roberts and Todd, the Central Philadelphia Development Corporation, and the Philadelphia City Planning Commission. In these roles, he participated in the preparation of environmental impact statements for the Washington DC Metrorail system, the preparation of WRT's first GIS based land use plan, the preparation of the 1988 Plan for Center City, and the formation of the Center City District.
CoursesPeter teaches Urban & Regional Economics.