Anthony C. Webster

Lecturer in Finance
Adjuncts
318 S. W. Mudd Building
+1 212-854-2987
+1 212-854-8103
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Anthony Webster is Chair of New York University's Bachelor of Science in Real Estate program, and Associate Clinical Professor of Real Estate Finance. He is also a part-time Lecturer in Finance at Columbia University. Mr. Webster teaches Introduction to Accounting, Real Estate Finance and Real Estate Financial Modeling at NYU. At Columbia, he teaches Introduction to Accounting and FinancePrior to joining NYU in 2015, Mr. Webster was a full-time Lecturer in Finance at Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science, where he taught Introduction to Accounting and Finance, Real Estate Finance, and Decision Models and Applications. Columbia’s students awarded Mr. Webster their highest accolade -- “Golden Nugget Professor” status – at their instructor-evaluation website (CULPA.info) from 2010 to 2014. He has also taught Decision Models in the Berkeley/Columbia University joint MBA program, as well as Business Finance, Accounting and Statistics at Sichuan University and Xi'an Jiaotong University in China. In 2002, Mr. Webster founded West End Advisors, LLC, a financial advisory firm that provides consulting services to real estate entrepreneurs and investors. He is currently president and senior consultant at the company. Mr. Webster is the author of two textbooks: Introduction to Accounting and Introduction to Business Finance (available at Google Play Books). He has also written books on technology and construction economics, published extensively in leading technology journals, and served on the boards of high-growth companies and leading technical publications. Mr. Webster holds an MBA from Columbia University's Business School, an MS in Engineering Mechanics from Columbia University’s Engineering School, and a BS in Applied Science in Engineering from Rutgers University (summa cum laude).

Research Interests: 
Risk Management


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