Shifting Population

Since the September 11 attacks, the areas in and surrounding Lower Manhattan have experienced an increase in the population of young, educated workers, reports Sam Roberts. Farther-off suburbs are seeing their share of such high-value workers shrink.
Oct 23, 2012   The New York Times
Writing for <em>City Journal</em>, Mario Polese argues that big cities are more important than ever, and backs up his argument with seven reasons they're luring people, from economies of scale to falling transportation and communication costs.
Dec 3, 2010   City Journal
The American Enterprise Institute looks closely at how migration patterns have changed state-by-state through the last couple of years of recession.
Feb 23, 2010   The American Enterprise Institute
<p>Author Alan Ehrenhalt says that conditions are ripe for the permanent return of downtown residential neighborhoods, and that a "demographic inversion" has already begun in Manhattan, Chicago and Washington, DC, among other cities.</p>
Aug 1, 2008   The New Republic
<p>The urban shift in demographics is not just a problem for planners.</p>
Mar 10, 2008   Business Week