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Internationally Recognized Author to Speak at Lecture Series
Media Newswire (press release) - Joel Kotkin, internationally recognized authority on global, economic, political and social trends, will be the final speaker for the fall 2010 Presidential Lecture & Performance Series at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Allen Theatre at Texas Tech University’s Student Union Building.

Kotkin is the author of a new book titled “The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050,” which has received rave reviews from renowned media corporations such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the Globe and Mail and National Public Radio. In the book, Kotkin delivers insight into how the nation will evolve in the next four decades.

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Albany Times Union

Forbes story ranks Capital Region seventh among flourishing manufacturing cities
Albany Times Union
The Capital Region ranks seventh among large U.S. metropolitan areas where manufacturing is thriving, according to a Forbes article by two scholars. Joel Kotkin, a fellow in urban futures at Chapman University, and Michael Shires, a professor of public ...

89.3 KPCC

There's a baby bust in California, and it's hurting the economy
89.3 KPCC
"I think what's pretty clear is that with the cost of living," says Joel Kotkin, professor of Urban Studies at Chapman University, "people are looking at their situation and saying, 'I can't afford to have a kid!'" Kotkin gave Take Two an explanation ...


The Cities Creating The Most White-Collar Jobs, 2018
By Joel Kotkin and Michael Shires. Professional and business services have long been identified with the downtowns of cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco, where lawyers, accountants and architects are thick on the ground. However, in recent ...

Charlotte Business Journal

Report: Charlotte a hotbed for creating of high-wage jobs
Charlotte Business Journal
The piece, co-written by Forbes' contributor Joel Kotkin, a professor of urban studies at Chapman University who covers demographic, social and economic trends around the world, and Michael Shires, reinforces the notion that jobs in the professional ...

Chief Executive Group

US Manufacturers Continue To See Strong Growth In 2018
Chief Executive Group
Joel Kotkin, professor of urban studies at Chapman University and executive director of the Center for Opportunity Urbanism, told that over the past eight years, manufacturing as “bounced back strongly from the crater the sector fell in ...

Builder Magazine

Despite Strong Economy, Southern California's Job Growth Grinds to a Crawl
Builder Magazine
However, according to Newgeography's Joel Kotkin, the biggest problem is the ongoing decline in high-paying blue-collar jobs. As industrial job numbers rise nationwide, L.A.'s manufacturing positions have fallen 6.8% over the past five years and 46 ...

Tom Still: Signs of 'Rust Belt renaissance' evident in Wisconsin, Upper Midwest
Authors Joel Kotkin and Michael Shires, writing in May for Forbes, noted the enduring value of manufacturing in states where it's already rooted. “Manufacturing contributions to the economy are far out of proportion to its shrinking share of employment ...

City Journal

What the Census Numbers Tell Us
City Journal
The most recent Census population estimates revealed something that the mainstream media would prefer to ignore—the slowing population growth of big cities, including New York. The New York Times, for example, trumpeted Gotham's historically high ...

Builder Magazine

Beyond H2Q-Amania: Why the Rise of the Rest Bodes Well for the Midwest
Builder Magazine
New Geography sage Joel Kotkin and his associate, demographer Michael Shires make note in a Forbes piece on white collar jobs growth that aligns with Brookings fellow Austin's premise. Although a Sun Belt "surge" takes first place in their spotlight of ...
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