Dowell Myers is a
professor of policy, planning, and demography at the
Sol Price School of
Public Policy at the University of Southern California,
where he also
directs the USC PopDynamics Research Group. Professor
Myers is an
interdisciplinary scholar well known for his research on the
between demographics and many aspects of public policy.
emphasizes the current generational transition underway
between the aging
baby boomers, who are beginning to retire, and a
younger, more diverse
generation that is now being educated to replace
them in the work force,
among the taxpayers, and in the housing market.
He is a leading authority
on the California population, whose racial,
immigrant, and political
changes precede the nation’s by two decades
or more. Dr. Myers is the
author of the award-winning book Immigrants
and Boomers: Forging a New
Social Contract for the Future of America.
Myers holds his Ph.D. from MIT
and a Master of City Planning from UC Berkeley. For a copy of the PowerPoint presentation click here.
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