Smock cited in story on how low marriage rates may exacerbate marriage-status economic inequality
Shapiro says Americans' seemingly volatile spending pattern linked to 'sensible cash management'
Work of Cigolle, Ofstedal et al. cited in Forbes story on frailty risk among the elderly
Sarah Burgard and former PSC trainee Jennifer Ailshire win ASA award for paper
James Jackson to be appointed to NSF's National Science Board
ISR's program in Society, Population, and Environment (SPE) focuses on social change and social issues worldwide.
McEniry and Schoeni host Conference on Long-run Impacts of Early Life Events
PSC Brown Bags will return in the fall
Frey says net immigration larger among Asians than Hispanics
Frey says Millennials are 'mired' when it comes to residential moves
Frey says Arizona's political paradoxes explained in part by demography
Frey says rural U.S. populations shrinking
Frey says large percent of well-educated movers to large U.S. cities are from Asia and Europe
Frey projects demographic trends for 2014
Frey says U.S. population growing at lowest rate since Great Depression
Frey says lull in young adult migration may prove to be "new normal"
Frey discusses how the Census Bureau's ACS paints a rich picture of America's current situation (audio)
Frey says young white Americans will play smaller role in the nation's demographic future
Frey says more deaths than births among white Americans signals big demographic shifts
Frey says RI likely to lose another House seat in 2020
Frey says national rise in between-county moves signals better economic times
Frey says drop in Hispanic birth rate driven by more than recession
Frey says Obama compaign should note importance of black voters in swing states
Frey says baby boomers not ready for America's new demographics
Frey says U.S. at multiethnic tipping point as white births no longer a majority
Frey tells NYT unmarried boomers face greater economic hardships than married counterparts
Frey says age of senior citizen status a "gray area"
Farley and Frey question new findings on urban racial residential segregation
Frey says child population declined in U.S. 2010-2011
Frey says upcoming retirees "may not run with the herd," but many will still move to Florida
Frey comments on voting implications of growing income gap among blacks
Frey says recession and mortgage meltdown has checked residential mobility
Frey tells Post DC has become magnet for people aged 25 to 34
Frey tells NYT more children in poverty now than since 1962
Frey discusses U.S. trend toward "minority majority" on NPR
Frey says white middle-class Americans a shrinking population
Frey discusses Hispanic boom, migration of blacks on PBS News Hour
Frey says black populations in large Northern cities shifting to suburbs and South
Frey discusses urban-suburban, north-south shifts in African American population
Frey comments on exodus of Detroit's blacks to suburbs
Frey discusses evidence of Hispanic dispersion, black migration in census data
Frey comments on Michigan's declining birth rate
Frey says new data show national trend toward greater racial integration
Frey discusses decline in black-white segregation in large metro areas
Frey says recent Census data show "idea of postracial America has a way to go"
Frey says recession has left Americans uncharacteristically "flat-footed"
Frey comments on changes in child poverty evidenced in latest census data
Frey reports on continued economic declines in Metro Detroit
Frey says low residential mobility rates signal economic woes
Frey discusses 2010 census on NPR's Diane Rehm Show - audio
Frey debunks 5 myths on 2010 census and nation's population
Frey says annual ACS data richer and more timely than Census data
Frey says dismal economy has hit minorities the hardest in terms of poverty rates
Frey sees dilution of racial identity politics with growth in multi-racial U.S. voters
Frey discusses trends in U.S. minority populations in C-Span interview
Frey interviewed on C-Span about U.S. migration slowdown (video clip)
Frey comments on end of migration bubble in WSJ piece
Frey attributes decreasing illegal immigration to job scarcity, not enforcement
Frey comments on changing composition of young population in U.S.
Frey speculates on future migration scenarios for post-Katrina New Orleans
Frey says boomers face delayed retirement
Frey discusses bipartisan Senate bill on immigration
Frey and Smock cited in NYT story on rise in unmarried U.S. women
Frey discusses immigration and 300 millionth American
Frey discusses America’s approaching 300 million mark
Frey speculates on U.S. population changes by 2026
Frey examines ‘Bright Flight’ in upstate New York
Sastry and Frey consider who will return home to hurricane ravaged areas
Frey finds New Orleans is becoming whiter, less poor and more mobile
Bill Frey's op-ed piece in The Financial Times
As immigration escalates in new U.S. locales, Frey sees heightened public interest
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