Lecturer, College of Business
Paul is a lecturer with the College of Business. He started his career with VU in 2007 after working in taxation services and financial planning.
Paul finished his doctorate in 2014 after researching various impacts of the Global Financial Crisis upon Australian real estate trusts. Paul’s interests revolve around identifying and creating value with residential property investments, with renovation and construction being a continuing activity.
Away from the office, Paul is also passionate about classic American muscle car restoration and has been known to cruise Melbourne’s beaches at every opportunity. He enjoys exploring abandoned towns and has made several trips through remote Australian and United States desert areas.
Coordination & teaching
Zarebski, P. and Dimovski, W. (2012) Determinants of Capital Structure of A-REITS and the Global Financial Crisis. Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, 18 (1), pp. 3-19.
Zarebski, P. (2012) "A-REIT Fiduciary Remuneration and the Global Financial Crisis", 18th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Adelaide.
Zarebski, P. and Dimovski, W. (2011) "Determinants of Capital Structure of A-REITS and the Global Financial Crisis," 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Gold Coast.
Appearances in the media
Zarebski, P. Channel Nine News (Segment - Managing your bills in winter), 2015
- Finance and Financial Services
- College of Business
Areas of expertise
- Financial planning
- Youth financial literacy
- Real estate market analysis
- Growth areas in Melbourne’s real estate market
- Corporate contracts
- Real estate finance