Reports from Urban Reform Institute, Center for Opportunity Urbanism

Archive of reports by the Center for Opportunity Urbanism and the Urban Reform Institute.  read more »

Feudal Future Podcast: The Political Paradox of Marriage Decline

Are you aware that the decline in marriage rates could be silently and profoundly shaping our society?  read more »

Feudal Future Podcast: The Future of Latinos in Politics

On this episode of The Feudal Future, hosts Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky are joined by political demographer, Ruy Teixeira, and author and principal, Soledad Ursua  read more »

South Korea Sets Another Low Total Fertility Rate Record

Statistics Korea has announced that the nation had a Total Fertility Rate (TFR) of 0.78, which is a new record low  read more »

The Moral Grandstanding Behind San Francisco's Reparations Plan

San Francisco, long a bastion of extremist progressivism, is currently outdoing itself.  read more »

India Passed China in Population Last Year: Data

It has long been expected that China’s population would soon begin declining and India would become the world’s most populated nation.  read more »

The Future of Cities - AEI Event

On October 18, AEI’s Ryan Streeter discussed the changing global urban demographics with a panel of contributors to the forthcoming volume The Future of Cities (AEI, 2023).  read more »

Census Bureau Focuses on Younger Adults Leaving Larger Urban Cores

The Census Bureau has released an ”America Counts: Stories Behind the Numbers” issue entitled: “Fewer Younger Adults Drives Population Loss in Some U.S. Cities.”  read more »


New York Urban Area Map

A commenter on the article (Comparing Urban Densities: Winnipeg and New York) expressed an interest in seeing the extent of the New York urban area.  read more »

Canada, U.S. Cities with Largest CBDs Lost Population

New population estimates by census authorities in Canada (Statistics Canada) and the United States (Bureau of the Census) show that cities (municipalities) with the largest central business districts lost residents in the year ended July 1, 2021.  read more »