Politics Move Left, Americans Move Right

By Joel Kotkin — In an election year in which the top likely candidates come from New York, big cities arguably dominate American politics more than at any time since New Deal.

Our anemic suburbs: Every urban area needs its outskirts — and New York City’s are in trouble

By Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox — Little acknowledged in the discussion of New York’s “tale of two cities” is...

The Remarkable Story of the County That Has Done the Most to Reduce Income Inequality in America

By Chris Peak — Indiana Officials didn't set out to close the wealth gap. But that's exactly what...

So Much For The Death Of Sprawl: America's Exurbs Are Booming

By Joel Kotkin — It’s time to put an end to the urban legend of the impending death of America’s suburbs. With the aging of millennials...

Black Exodus: African-America Children to the Suburbs

By Wendell Cox — One of the most significant results of the 2010 census was the continuing shift of the African-American population...

Mall's Washed Up? Not Quite Yet

By Joel Kotkin — The conventional wisdom wrote off the shopping mall long ago, but while no one was looking, the reinvented mall...

Better Suburbs = Better Cities: Employment and the Importance of the Suburban Economy

By Ross Elliot — Australia’s inner city areas and CBDs are a focus of media and public policy attention, with good reason...

Dispersion and Concentration in Metropolitan Employment

By Wendall Cox The just released County Business Patterns indicates…

Is Suburbia Crashing? Suburban Traffic Myths Refuted

By Fanis Grammenos and Tom Kerwin Traffic crashes are a cause…

STILL MOVING TO TEXAS: THE 2014 METROPOLITAN POPULATION ESTIMATES

By Wendell Cox 03/27/2015 Texas continues to dominate…