Reports

1992
William H. Frey. Metropolitan America: Beyond the Transition, Reports, Population Reference Bureau, July 31, 1992
William H. Frey. Perspectives on Recent Demographic Change in Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan America, Reports, University of Michigan Population Studies Center, July 1, 1992
William H. Frey. Minority Suburbanization and Continued "White Flight" in U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Assessing Findings from the 1990 Census, Reports, University of Michigan Population Studies Center, July 1, 1992
William H. Frey. Metropolitan Distribution of the U.S. Elderly: 1960-70, 1970-80, 1980-90, Reports, Belhaven Press, July 1, 1992
William H. Frey. Metropolitan Areas as Functional Communities: A Proposal for a New Definition, Reports, University of Michigan Population Studies Center, July 1, 1992
William H. Frey and Alden Speare, Jr.. The Revival of Metropolitan Population Growth in the United States: An Assessment of Findings from the 1990 Census, Reports, Population and Development Review, March 31, 1992
William H. Frey. Metropolitan Area Magnets for Baby-Boomers, Reports, University of Michigan Population Studies Center, February 1, 1992
1988
William H. Frey. The Re-emergence of Core Region Growth: A Return to the Metropolis, Reports, International Regional Science Review, December 31, 1988
William H. Frey. Migration and Metropolitan Decline in Developed Countries: A Comparative Study, Reports, Population and Development Review, December 31, 1988
1984
William H. Frey. Lifecourse Migration of Metropolitian Whites and Blacks and the Structure of Demographic Change in Large Central Cities, Reports, American Sociological Review, December 31, 1984
1983
William H. Frey. A Multiregional Population-Projection Framework That Incorporates Both Migration and Residential Mobility Streams, Reports, Environment and Planning, December 31, 1983
1978
William H. Frey. Population Movement and City-Suburb Redistribution: An Analytic Framework, Reports, Demography, November 30, 1978