About William Frey
Frey, William is an internationally regarded demographer, known for his research on urban populations, migration, immigration, race, aging, political demographics and his expertise on the U.S. Census. Frey’s demographic expertise draws from his nearly three decades at the University of Michigan where he is on the faculty of the University’s Institute for Social Research and Population Studies Center. He has authored well over 200 publications and several books including “Regional and Metropolitan Growth and Decline in the US,” “America By the Numbers: A Fieldguide to the US Population,” and “Social Atlas of the United States.” At Michigan, he has directed projects with the National Science Foundation, NICHD Center for Population Research, and several foundations. He has contributed to the 1995 President’s National Urban Policy Report, to HUD’s State of the Cities 2000 report, and to the Russell Sage Foundation’s Census research series. He has been a consultant to the US Census Bureau, and a contributing editor to American Demographics magazine.
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