Op-Eds

2002
William H. Frey. Location of Adult Children As An Attraction for Black and White Elderly Primary Migrants In the United States, Publication, Environment and Planning, January 1, 2002
William H. Frey. Neighborhood Segregation in Single-Race and Multirace America: A Census 2000 Study of Cities and Metropolitan Areas, Publication, Fannie Mae Foundation, January 1, 2002
2001
William H. Frey. Gaining Seniors, Publication, American Demographics, November 1, 2001
William H. Frey. The Baby Boom Tsunami, Charticle, Milken Institute Review, September 1, 2001
William H. Frey. Boomer Havens and Young Adult Magnets, Publication, American Demographics, September 1, 2001
William H. Frey. Micro-Melting Pots, Publication, American Demographics, June 1, 2001
William H. Frey. The Rise of the New Sunbelt, Charticle, Milken Institute Review, June 1, 2001
William H. Frey. Migration to the South Brings Blacks Full Circle, Publication, Population Today, May 1, 2001
William H. Frey. The New Suburbanization , Publication, The American Enterprise, April 1, 2001
William H. Frey. A Closer Look at the Melting-Pot Myth, Op-Ed, Newsday, March 16, 2001
2000
William H. Frey. The New Urban Demographics: Race Space & Boomer Aging, Publication, Brookings Institution, July 1, 2000
William H. Frey. Institute Review, Charticle, Milken Institute Review, June 1, 2000
William H. Frey. Multiple Melting Pots, Publication, The World, May 1, 2000
1999
William H. Frey. New Sun Belt Metros and Suburbs are Magnets for Retirees, Publication, Population Today, October 1, 1999
William H. Frey. Melting Pot Moves to the Suburbs, Publication, Newsday, August 4, 1999
William H. Frey. United States Population: Where the New Immigrants Are, Publication, U.S. Society and Values, January 1, 1999
1998
William H. Frey. The Diversity Myth, Publication, American Demographics, June 1, 1998
William H. Frey. New Demographic Divide in the US: Immigrant and Domestic Migration 'Migration Magnets', Publication, The Public Perspective, June 1, 1998
William H. Frey and Kao-Lee Liaw. Immigrant Concentration and Domestic Migrant Dispersal: Is Movement to Nonmetropolitan Areas" White Flight"?, Publication, Professional Geographer, May 1, 1998
William H. Frey. Black Migration to the South Reaches Record Highs in 1990s, Publication, Population Today, February 1, 1998
William H. Frey, Kao-Lee Liaw, and Yasuko Hayase. South-North Immigrants' Settlement and Opportunity Structures in the U.S., Publication, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, January 1, 1998
Kao-Lee Liaw and William H. Frey. Destination Choices of the 1985-90 Young Adult Immigrants to the United States: Importance of Race, Educational Attainment, and Labour Market Forces, Publication, International Journal of Population Geography, January 1, 1998
1996
William H. Frey. Immigration, Domestic Migration, and Demographic Balkanization in America: New Evidence for the 1990s, Publication, Population and Development Review, December 1, 1996
William H. Frey. Immigration and the changing geography of poverty, Publication, Focus, November 1, 1996
William H. Frey. Immigrant and Native Migrant Magnets, Publication, American Demographics, November 1, 1996