George Masnick

George Masnick researches and writes about household and family demography, population dynamics, housing studies, and household forecasting. He has co-authored The Nation's Families: 1960-1990, Regional Diversity: Growth in the United States, 1960-1990, and Housing in America: 1970-2000, and is a regular contributor to the Center's annual State of the Nation's Housing report. He authored a series of papers on household formation and homeownership trends in the United States with particular attention to immigrants and minorities. He taught at the University of Pennsylvania from 1970-1974 and at Harvard University from 1974-1987. He received his BA and MA in sociology from Cornell University and earned his doctorate in sociology/demography from Brown University.

George Masnick

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Demographics & Projections

Defining the Generations Redux

How should we define the baby boom, Generation X, and the millennial generation? In a Joint Center...

By GEORGE MASNICK