I am a Demographic Consultant and Professor Emeritus of Demography at the University of Connecticut. I have 30+ years of demographic consulting for local social service agencies, state and local government, private endowments, and think tanks.
- Analysis of US Migration Trends for Planning and Policy. MLR, Op-Eds
- US Census Data Analysis. Analysis of Indivudal-Level (“microdata”) Data from the US Census American Community Survey and Current Population Survey. Examples from
- Expert Witness Utilizing
- Quantitative Research Design
Op-eds and In the News
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In 25 years as a Professor at the University of Connecticut, I s authored nearly 100 peer-reviewed research publications. In 2013, the American Association of Geographers honored him with its Research Excellence Award in Population Geography. Tom was a US Fulbright Scholar at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands and directed the University of Connecticut’s Urban Studies program, the Center for Population Research, and Connecticut’s US Census Data Center.
He regularly consults with a variety of organizations such as the MacArthur Foundation, Rand, Brookings, the City of Indianapolis, the Lilly Endowment, and the Connecticut Department of Education and is frequently interviewed in the media including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, and Hartford Courant. Through his role as Council Member at GLG, he has served as an expert witness on US Census data and advised on the impact of COVID on real estate investment opportunities.
- Wanting to Move and Actually Moving: Talk is Cheap and Moving is ExpensiveIn the wake of COVID and the transition to remote working, there have been widespread reports that millions of Americans – and especially remote workers – plan on moving in the near future. Actually, this … Read more
- Record Levels of Immobility Unlikely to Be Affected by COVID and Remote Work MovesIn March 2020, over 90.7% of Americans lived in the same home as they did 12 months prior – a record high. Sixty years earlier in March 1960, only 80.1% of Americans lived in the … Read more
- IUSSP Newsletter Highlights Publication on The Role of Non-Resident Family in Migration After Separation