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Jeanne A. Calderon

Jeanne A. Calderon

Joined Stern 1986

Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street, 7-94
New York, NY 10012

E-mail jcaldero@stern.nyu.edu

Biography

Jeanne Calderon joined New York University Stern School of Business in 1986, where she is an Associate Clinical Professor of Business Law. Professor Calderon teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs including, "Law, Business and Society;" "Professional Responsibility and Leadership;" "Real Estate Transactions;" "Business Law for Managers" and "Business and its Publics." She also has taught the course entitled, "Law for Accountants and Other Professionals," in the undergraduate program and, "Markets, Ethics and Law," in the graduate program.

Professor Calderon is heavily involved in researching, writing and speaking about the EB-5 immigration program. On March 27, 2015 Stern’s Center for Real Estate Finance Research held an "EB-5 Financing Summit" that, in part, focused on her research.

Since then, Professor Calderon’s work has been cited in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Business, The Real Deal, The Commercial Observer, etc. It also has been cited in both governmental and quasi governmental reports. She writes a monthly column for The Commercial Observer. Professor Calderon is continuing her work in this area and will release additional papers in the upcoming months.

Since Spring 2014, Professor Calderon has sponsored students to assist her with data collection, research and analysis through Stern’s SPUR program. She also has been actively involved in the undergraduate Stern Honors Program and has served as a thesis adviser to NYU Stern seniors participating in this program. Professor Calderon has been the NYU Stern Pre-Law Adviser and the NYU Stern Faculty Adviser to the NYU Stern Business and Law Association (SBLA) since the early 1990's. She advises undergraduate, graduate and alumni of NYU Stern in this position.

Professor Calderon is an attorney and earned her J.D. cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1978. Prior to joining NYU Stern, Professor Calderon practiced corporate and securities law at major corporate law firms in New York, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. She also taught on an adjunct basis at several law schools in Los Angeles. Professor Calderon graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University as a political science major in 1975.

Research Interests

  • Real Estate
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate and Securities Law

Courses Taught

  • Business and Its Publics
  • Business Law for Managers
  • Law Business and Society
  • Markets Ethics and Law
  • Professional Responsibility and Leadership
  • Real Estate Transactions

Academic Background

J.D., 1978
Georgetown

B.A., Political Science, 1975
Cornell

Related News & Research

Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland's joint research on EB-5's impact on foreign investment is featured

Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland's joint research on the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is referenced

Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland Testifies Before Congress, Citing Research with Professor Jeanne Calderon on the Immigrant Investor EB-5 Program

Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland's research on the EB-5 visa program is referenced

Research by Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland is referenced

Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland's research on the EB-5 investment visa program is featured

Professor Jeanne Calderon's testimony at a congressional hearing on the EB-5 investment visa program is highlighted

Professor Jeanne Calderon Testifies Before Congress, Citing Research with Gary Friedland on the Immigrant Investor EB-5 Program

Professor Jeanne Calderon's testimony at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the EB-5 investor program is highlighted

In a co-authored op-ed, Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland illustrate the impact of the one-year extension of the EB-5 Regional Center Program

EB-5 2.0? Not Even 1.1 – For Now

In a co-authored op-ed, Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland outline the EB-5 investment process

EB-5 and the American Dream

Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland discusses his research on EB-5 real estate investments, co-authored with Professor Jeanne Calderon

In a co-authored op-ed, Professor Jeanne Calderon and Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland argue that Congress needs to clarify its vision for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program before reforming it

Chinese Investors Prefer TEA

Professor Jeanne Calderon's joint research with Gary Friedland on the use of EB-5 capital is cited

Professor Jeanne Calderon's joint research with Stern guest lecturer Gary Friedland on the use of EB-5 capital is featured

Professor Jeanne Calderon's joint research with Gary Friedland, a guest lecturer at Stern, on the use of EB-5 capital is cited

Professor Jeanne Calderon's research on the use of EB-5 capital is featured

Areas of Expertise

Ethics

  • Business Ethics
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Law & Business

Industry

  • Housing/Real Estate