California

How Do California's Counties Rank on Child Loss?

How Do California's Counties Rank on Child Loss?

  > Excel Tables (xlsx)

California's Diminishing Children report

California's Diminishing Resource: Children

by Dowell Myers, January 2013
sponsored by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health   > Report (pdf)

CA Boom article

California Futures:
New Narratives for a Changing Society

by Dowell Myers, July 2012
  > Boom: A Journal of California (pdf)

Sacramento Bee op-ed

Is Prop 13 Behind the Times?

by Dowell Myers, July 15, 2012
  > Sacramento Bee op-ed

California Senior Ratio

California's Demographic Challenge

by Dowell Myers, July 22, 2012
  > Los Angeles Times op-ed

Planning Los Angeles

The Evolving Diversity of Los Angeles

by Dowell Myers, Anna Jacobsen, Joshua Wheeler, and Sarah Mawhorter, chapter in David Sloane, ed., Planning Los Angeles, APA Planners Press, 2012  > APA Press Website

California Roller Coaster

California Roller Coaster:
Income and Housing in Boom and Bust, 1990-2010

by Dowell Myers, Ray Calnan, Anna Jacobsen, and Josh Wheeler
July 2012, sponsored by the Haynes Foundation   > Report (pdf)

Community Profile for Los Angeles County in 2010

by Dowell Myers, Linda Lou, Edward Flores, Hyojung Lee, Anthony Guardado, and Stephanie Young, June 2012

 > First 5 LA Summary
 > First 5 LA Report (pdf)

Racially Balanced Cities in Southern California, 1990 to 2010

by Linda Lou, Hyojung Lee, Anthony Guardado, and Dowell Myers, March 2012

 > Report (pdf)

Projections of the Population of California by Nativity and Year of Entry to the U.S., in Addition to Age, Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin

by John Pitkin and Dowell Myers, April 2011

Paper prepared for presentation at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America

 > Paper (pdf)
New Maturity of LA

Immigrants and the New Maturity of Los Angeles

by Dowell Myers, Janna Goldberg, Sarah Mawhorter, and Seong Hee Min, 2010, in State of the City, Ali Modarres, ed., Pat Brown Institute  > State of the City chapter (pdf)

The 2010 Census Benchmark for California's Growing and Changing Population

by John Pitkin and Dowell Myers, February 2011

 > 2010 Census Year California Profile (pdf)

A Predictive Estimate of the 2010 Census Count for California

by John Pitkin and Dowell Myers, December 2010

 > 2010 Census Year California Profile (pdf)

The New Place of Birth Profile of Los Angeles and California Residents in 2010

by Dowell Myers and John Pitkin, March 2010

with Sarah Mawhorter, Janna Goldberg, and Seong Hee Min

sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation

 > Report (pdf)

The Demographics of Proposition 13:
Large Disparities Between the Generations and the Unsustainable Effects of House Prices

by Dowell Myers, September 2009

 > Report (pdf)

The New Homegrown Majority in California: Recognizing the New Reality of Growing Commitment to the Golden State

by Dowell Myers, John Pitkin and Ricardo Ramirez, April 2009

with Josie Noah, Seong Hee Min, Felicity Chan and Bryce Lowery

sponsored by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation

 > Report (pdf)

California and the Third Great Demographic Transition: Immigrant Incorporation, Ethnic Change, and Population Aging, 1970-2030

by Dowell Myers, 2007

in America's Americans: Population Issues in U.S. Society and Politics

Philip Davies and Iwan Morgan, eds.

London, England: Institute for the Study of the Americas

California Demographic Futures: Projections to 2030, by Immigrant Generations, Nativity, and Time of Arrival in U.S.

by Dowell Myers, John Pitkin and Julie Park, 2005

 > Report (pdf)

California's Immigrants Turn the Corner

by Dowell Myers, John Pitkin and Julie Park, 2004

 > USC Urban Initiative Policy Brief (pdf)

Racially Balanced Cities in Southern California, 1980-2000

by Dowell Myers and Julie Park, May 2001

 > Working Paper No. 2001-05 (pdf)

Demographic Futures for California

by Dowell Myers and John Pitkin, 2001

 > Report (pdf)