Demographics

November 3, 2011

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom: Regaining California’s Place as America’s Opportunity Capital

Snap out of it, California! Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom spoke with Bill Allen, president and CEO of the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation, on the trajectories of the California economy. The Golden State once led the U.S. in job growth, but these figures have slumped since the 1980s. Lt. Gov. Newsom holds that the green economy, trade, manufacturing, and a skilled workforce will play strongly towards ensuring California's future prosperity.

July 29, 2017

ALA Assesses the Future of Libraries in Our Civic Infrastructure

Miguel Figueroa explains how libraries are synthesizing lessons from other industries to build next-generation, innovative public spaces for our cities.

April 27, 2017

FivePoint CEO Assesses Southern California’s Housing Trends & Current Needs

Emile Haddad provides insights on demographic shifts and FivePoint's commitment to building mixed, thriving communities throughout the region.

March 28, 2017

How Will The Real Estate Market, Demographics, & Affordable Housing Demands Reshape Planning?

Urban Land Institute-Los Angeles Executive Director Gail Goldberg explained past efforts to address LA's housing affordability crisis. Plus: the demographic changes reshaping the multifamily housing sector.

March 30, 2012

Arthur C Nelson: Two Factors - Age & Demographics - Are Impacting Housing Market Patterns of Choice

ULI recently published “The New California Dream,” a report by Arthur C Nelson arguing that demographic and economic factors at work in California will support the efforts of policy-makers in their efforts to implement SB 375, which requires the coordination of land use and transportation planning to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. TPR presents remarks Nelson made at a recent ULI breakfast followed by excerpts from the report’s executive summary.

October 10, 2011

Larry Kaplan: Redistricting Reflects The State’s Demographic and Economic New Realities

The LA County redistricting debate, according to management consultant Larry Kaplan, says more about the shifting socio/demographic complexion of the United States than it does about politics. Gentrification in cities will shift political power to the outer suburbs where growth has been more drastic in recent decades. These changes eventually are reflected in who sits in our halls of power.

June 30, 2008

Immigrant Contributions In An Aging America: Dowell Myers Essay Published by Federal Reserve

USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development Professor Dowell Myers presents evidence that immigrants can fill the crucial economic roles left vacant by an aging population.

November 19, 2003

Antonio Villaraigosa Offers An Agenda: The Emerging Latino New Urbanism

An excerpt from the LA City Councilman's keynote address at the recent Transportation and Land Use Collaborative conference, Latino New Urbanism.

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