Wendell Cox

  • City Slickers: Are Seniors Really Moving Back to the Urban Core?

    Wendell Cox, principal of Demographia, an international public policy and demographics firm, says not to believe the hype, saying senior population gains continue to grow larger in the outer suburbs and he doesn’t believe there’s a so-called resurgence of seniors in the urban core.

    National 27 March 2015 12:40

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