This episode concludes a two-part discussion covering a large migration taking place in this country not seen since WWII: the California exodus to inland regions.
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Is there a new “McCarthyism” growing in the United States and the journalistic threats to free expression in the country?
Joel Kotkin talks with John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou about climate change in California and how the state’s efforts to combat climate are working.
Joel Kotkin talks with Mark Schneidman on Radio Real Estate, about the housing crisis in California.
When an expert on economic trends visited our community recently, he had some good news for business leaders: Springfield has a chance to win big in the future. That expert, Joel Kotkin, said trends show older millennials are leaving major metro areas because the cost of living is outpacing income.
Joel Kotkin talks with Mcintyre on KABC radio, about the suburban voter in California.
Having a baby just isn’t a priority for a lot of Southern Californians right now, and baby, that’s a problem.
Joel Kotkin talks with KRLD News Radio, about why north Texas is the top place for jobs.
Joel Kotkin talks with Guy Rathburn on PRX, about whether the frenzy for redesigning cities is good for everyone.
by Rick Hampson — If Whitman was the poet of the single-family house, its polemicist is Joel Kotkin, a former East Coast newspaperman who now lives and teaches college in suburban Southern California. Three years ago, he founded a Houston-based think tank, the Center for Opportunity Urbanism…
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