2022 Highlights Recent

State of Aging, Disability, & Family Caregiving in Allegheny County
University Center for Social and Urban Research
University of Pittsburgh, December 2022
Coauthors: Scott Beach and Janet Schlarb, Everette James and Meredith Hughes

Quality of life and demographic-racial dimensions of differences in most liveable Pittsburgh
Coauthor: Sabina Deitrick
Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, Winter 2022

Quoted in the Washington Post: As mayor trying to revive crumbling town, Fetterman shunned local government, by Beth Reinhard and Colby Itkowitz , October 26,2022

Dorothy Revisited
Postindustrial, September 13, 2022

Maybe it is rocket science: Before Allegheny County stopped reassessing property, it was almost a pioneer
Publicsource, July 19, 2022

The Pipeline That Saved Pittsburgh
briem.Medium.com, June 1, 2022

Demographic Decline May Force Pennsylvania to Address its Fragmentation Problem
Real Clear Pennsylvania, May 25, 2022

When Pittsburgh Said No
Postindustrial, May 13, 2022

The Pittsburgh Transition: Not Quite So Simple
Coauthor: Sabina Deitrick
Economic Development Quarterly, 2021

Quoted in Pittsburgh Union Progress: Corporate home purchases increased dramatically in Pittsburgh over past decade, study finds, by Jon Moss, August 27, 2023

Quoted in Pittsburgh Business Times: The Battle for U.S. Steel, by Paul Gough, August 17, 2023

Quoted in Pittsburgh Business Times: Pittsburgh metro grows, thanks to addition of Lawrence County, by Ethan Lott, August 10, 2023

Quoted in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Lawrence County Added to Metro Area, by Ryan Deto, August 8, 2023

Quoted in: NextPittsburgh: After Covid, seasonal workers melted away from Pittsburgh’s ice cream shops, by David Rotenstein, July 31, 2023

Commentary: The Painful Truth of Population Decline, Real Clear Pennsylvania, July 20, 2023

Interviewed on WESA's The Confluence, by Kevin Gavin, June 15, 2023