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Alpert heads up Westwood Capital’s real estate and hospitality industry practice. Prior to forming Westwood Capital in 1995, Daniel Alpert was a banker and partner at Oppenheimer & Co., Inc.
Alpert is a founder of the World Economic Roundtable program of the New America Foundation, a Washington and San Francisco-based think tank. In 2011, Alpert conceived of, and co-authored along with Nouriel Roubini, New York University Professor of Economics, and Robert Hockett, a Professor of Financial Law at Cornell University, a widely cited and debated white paper on behalf of the New America Foundation entitled "The Way Forward" that has been credited on most sides of the macroeconomic debate with providing a clear and concise explanation of the issues that gave rise to the global financial crisis and was a precursor to “The Age of Oversupply.”
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